17 Ways to Make a New Year’s Resolution You’ll Actually Keep: I think if you call them “goals” rather than “resolutions” you’re more likely to stick with them. I tend to follow the advice in #17. There’s nothing like a good family wedding on the calendar to help me drop those last 10 stubborn pounds.
The Best and Worst Detox Diets: Thinking of a detox to start your New Year? This list is a helpful round up of some of the most popular detox diets. I tried the Blue Print Cleanse a few years back and occasionally drink their juices as a meal replacement. I found the cleanse to be (relatively) easy and beneficial. If you live close to Whole Foods, see if they have the Cleanse kit. The one close to me carries it.
Glitter Donuts: I’m thinking of making these beauties for my girls’ birthday mornings this year. Also, I see the irony of listing this immediately after detox diets.
Ivanka Trump: Women Who Work: For the longest time, I thought my generation was going to officially snub the working mom. Maybe it was my network of friends at the time, and/or my own insecurities, but I definitely felt judged every time I told someone I didn’t stay home with my kids full time. Thank you, Ivanka Trump, for unapologetically focusing on working women and drawing attention to the fact that we all have “extended job titles.”
Suri’s Burn Book: This has been around years and still cracks me up. Her envy of Prince George, desire to be part of the Beckham’s and how she refers to Kim Kardashian’s baby as “North West – The Person” never gets old.