I'm going to talk about my feet today. Specifically, my feet in winter. If you want to come back tomorrow when I'll be talking tassel garland, I totally understand.
But if your feet get seriously dry this time of year, then stick around because I have a simple recipe that really does help.
1/2 cup Dr Teal's Epsom Salt with Milk & Honey (regular epsom or kosher salt works too, but won't give you the milk & honey scent)
2 tablespoons olive oil
1 tablespoon lemon juice
1 tablespoon lemon zest
Mix it all together. Rub a small amount on your feet and rinse.
Ahhh. Feel the difference?
The epsom salt does the exfoliating and the olive oil does the moisturizing. The fresh lemon with the milk & honey-scented epsom salt smells just as good as any super expensive scrub from the store. And it's a lot cheaper.
So I have a few slices of lemon leftover and now is a perfect time for tea. Is that weird to transition from foot scrub to tea?
Now if I can just find a place to sit. Ginger has turned the couch into her dog bed again. Look at this girl! She's even managed to get a pillow under her head. I just bought a bunch of new fabric (at a crazy discounted price) to cover this couch. Once I get my new cover sewn, I'm going to be much more strict. Of course, Ginger will probably just think I've made her a new and improved giant dog bed cover.