MahoganyBrwn's Journal, 06 October 2013

Today was one of those days! Laundry, cooking, kids project, kids hair, cleaning, and managing to workout. I am exhausted n quite aggravated, n I want to eat a big piece of cake, but I wont lol. Hope everyone else had a better Sunday than I did.

Diet Calendar Entries for 06 October 2013:
1093 kcal Fat: 66.55g | Prot: 40.15g | Carb: 88.17g.   Breakfast: Banquet Brown 'N Serve Original Sausage Links, Kool-Aid Tropical Punch Sugar-Sweetened Caffeine Free Soft Drink Mix, Oscar Mayer Turkey Bacon, Egg Omelet or Scrambled Egg with Cheese. Dinner: Chicken Curry. Snacks/Other: Oreo Golden Oreo. more...
2275 kcal Activities & Exercise: Walking (moderate) - 3/mph - 37 minutes, Resting - 15 hours and 23 minutes, Sleeping - 8 hours. more...


How about a bubble or even baking soda (soft water) bath with candles and relaxing music? 
06 Oct 13 by member: HeyJude602
HeyJude602 Oh my goodness that sounds wonderful, unfortunately I can't even take a bath without my 1 year old barging in the bathroom n crying to come in the bath w me, n my other 2 kids outside the bathroom door about to kill eachother. Lol. But it was a excellent fantasy. Lol 
07 Oct 13 by member: MahoganyBrwn
I was thinking more like when they are in bed, but you know your schedule better than I do. ;-) 
07 Oct 13 by member: HeyJude602
Yea ur right, that's sounds like a plan, like right now my house is quiet so I should do it now. Should I use bakingsoda or Epson salt, or both? 
07 Oct 13 by member: MahoganyBrwn
I think Epson salts and baking soda do the same thing - make the water feel "silky" soft. I'm sorry I didn't respond last night, and I hope you had a spa-like time. Once you get your little ones settled, treat yourself like an A-List Hollywood star. I have a plastic tote (the kind you put household cleaning supplies in) filled with all of my pampering stuff. It is one of those with a handle that will fit over the edge of the tub. So I can grab it and I have my scented candles, my bath beads, scrubber, nail files that can get wet, pumices for feet, etc., all handy. Once you get your kit set up, you will be able to grab it, fill the tub, and be all set in just a few minutes. (To keep my tote out of the reach of little hands, I hung it from a hook in the ceiling over the end of the tub. My house is very small, so space is an issue, but you may have a high shelf you can use instead.) 
08 Oct 13 by member: HeyJude602
It's ok look at me I reply a whole day later Smh. But ok great, I'm going to do either or, I dnt have anymore Epson salt but I do have baking soda, so your advice is great n well appreciated. Thanks. 
09 Oct 13 by member: MahoganyBrwn


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