aside from my first day - I had an awful stomach bug for the other 2 days. When I say awful, picture carrying around a plastic bag through a Vatican tour and running through the Sistine Chapel so I don't get sick in a place of worship...
In a world full of convenience and quick fixes, doesn't a quick package you open with only what you need for the day ideal? You don't have to worry about opening pill bottles and scrambling around. You grab, you open, you take.
I was so overwhelmed with all of the opportunities I was able to experience in such a short time. I was exhausted. I felt an electric pulse from a natural high like no other. I was sad because it was over. I was happy to return home to my comfortable surroundings. The anxiety, adrenaline, fear of my day navigating through sites alone was starting to wear off. I was grateful. The mix of emotions I felt in that exact moment is almost indescribable. I don't know if that feeling will return, but I stopped and took in every feeling, emotion, and thought I was experiencing.
Let’s agree right now to put down that spoon, put the HaloTop back in the freezer (we’re not throwing that away; it’s frozen heaven), and float back down to real-life.
We’ve all seen these cute little vitamin packs that are advertised on social media, right? They have your name and an intriguing little quote, but what's it really about?
Are you a pepperoni or a sausage pizza kind of person? (no, veggies aren't included because I don't need those kinds of people in my life... kidding. just don't tell me.)
My name is Karlie and I’m a subscription box addict.