If we were on a coffee date, I'd be drinking a triple espresso over ice in a grande cup with coconut milk. Because I'm a mother. And three shots is barely enough to cover these days.
If we were on a coffee date, I'd ask how your Christmas was. Did you see family? What'd you do, what are you traditions, anything crazy or yummy?
If we were on a coffee date, there'd be a scone on the table because it's the last few days before Ty and I do Whole 30. There I said it. I committed it to this weird online world. My bff did it with her husband and she said they felt amazing! So we're in. #bleh
If we were on a coffee date, I'd ask if you'd ever done anything like Whole 30 before. We both have autoimmune diseases and we're so sick of taking medication. Not in the "hippie crunchy we hate western medicine and will only drink oil" sort of way though. More like the, "our kids have our blood and genes and if they have any trace of these diseases we'd like to set them up for success with healthy habits" sort of way. We'll see how it goes. It's just 30 days. What's the worst that could happen? #sayseveryonebeforetheygetthebug
If we were on a coffee date, I'd tell you I ordered these RX Bars because they're amazing and will be my lifeline during the 30 days.
If we were on a coffee date, I'd ask what's got you excited these days. What's the hope you've grabbed onto in the midst of the madness? #didisaythatoutloud
If we were on a coffee date, I'd ask what your New Year Resolution is. Or if you even do those. Or what you do instead. We tried them, but then we found that picking and praying over a "word" for the year was much more fulfilling. It's like a focus point that you can easily check in on throughout the year. I used to be more of a checklist girl, but these days I feel like I can't keep up with the basic tasks of human life, let alone an additional pressure of meeting goals and benchmarks. Maybe I will again someday. Just not today.
What about you? ☕️