RISE is Momma Fuel! Our very own Mia Perovetz contributed on the Greenwich Moms blog this week about how RISE provides her clean fuel to get her through the day taking care of her littles. Check their profile and website out for amazing tips to THRIVE as a Momma!
RISE is Momma Fuel
Picture this: it’s 6 AM... You’ve been playing musical beds since 11 PM. Why you thought it was a good idea to stay up binging on "This Is Us" until 11 is beyond you at this point. @risebrewingco speaks the truth on greenwichmoms.com #mommyfuel#wakeup#momtruth#coffee#coldbrew#summer#morningmotivation#localbrand#greenwichmomsdoingamazingthings#greenwich_moms
WAKE UP THOSE TIRED EYES!
WHETHER IT IS FROM LATE NIGHTS AND EARLY MORNINGS, STARING AT A TV/COMPUTER SCREEN FOR TOO LONG, STRESS OR EVEN GENETICS… SOMETIMES WE JUST CANNOT AVOID THE DREADED DARK CIRCLES AND PUFFY EYES. FORTUNATELY, THERE ARE SOME SIMPLE TRICKS YOU CAN USE TO WAKE UP THOSE TIRED EYES!
SLICE A CHILLED CUCUMBER AND LAY THE SLICES ON YOUR EYES UNTIL THEY REACH ROOM TEMPERATURE. REPEAT. THIS WILL MOISTURIZE YOUR EYE AREA AS WELL AS REDUCE PUFFINESS AND DARK CIRCLES.
USE A SALMON OR PEACH COLORED UNDER-EYE HIGHLIGHTER AND CONCEALER.
CURL YOUR EYELASHES AND DON’T SKIP THE MASCARA. THIS WILL CREATE THE ILLUSION OF A WIDER EYE.
TRY USING WHITE, CREAM OR PEACH EYELINER ON YOUR INNER BOTTOM WATER LINE TO MAKE YOUR EYES LOOK BIG AND BRIGHT!
Today’s #spiritualword is following yesterday’s post on immortality- ✨AMBROSIA✨and ✨AMRITA✨ In the ancient Greek myths, ambrosia (Greek: ἀμβροσία, "immortality") is the food or drink of the Greek gods, often depicted as conferring longevity or immortality upon whoever consumed it. It was brought to the gods in Olympus by doves, thought of in the Homeric tradition as divine exhalation of the Earth. Ambrosia is very closely related to the gods' other form of sustenance, nectar, which is sweet like honey. The two terms may not have originally been distinguished. In Homer 's poems, nectar is usually the drink and ambrosia is the food of meals involving gods. On the other hand, in Alcman, nectar is the food, and in Sappho and Anaxandrides, ambrosia is the drink. Both descriptions, however, could be correct as Ambrosia could be a liquid that is considered a meal. The consumption of ambrosia was typically reserved for divine beings. Upon his assumption into immortality on Olympus, Heracles is given ambrosia by Athena, while the hero Tydeus is denied the same thing when the goddess discovers him eating human brains. In one version of the myth of Tantalus, part of Tantalus' crime is that after tasting ambrosia himself, he attempts to steal some away to give to other mortals. Those who consume ambrosia typically didn't have blood in their veins, but instead ichor. Similarly, AMRITA is the food of the Gods in Hinduism, and it is also of liquid form. Contrary to the Greek’s Ambrosia, the drinking of Amrita by the mortals is common use. As Ambrosia, so Amrita gives immortality to the drinker, and the Veda states it for the humans in several cases. Some parts of India nowadays use the plant Sarcostemma Acidum as the Soma plant. The Sarcostemma’s juice is poisonous and caustic so it needs to be prepared carefully. In general practice, honey of blossoms is used as the Soma juice. It is yellowish, it has many beneficial effects to our health and it is energizing. It also helps the emotional balance. Ultimately, an intention to youthing and immortality has been sought out for ages and available not just for the “gods”✨💗🙏🏻⚡️✨#loveripple#wakeup#awakening#newhuman#spirituality