I grew up hearing this cheesy commercial often, but the song is catchy!
Yes, Bain de Soleil has a different spelling of “sole” (both refer to the sun) but it’s pronounced the same.
Happy Birthday, Mom!
Hi there! Below you’ll find the links I mentioned in the video that will explain how to make sole water and why you’d want to do it in the first place.
Even though this is just a small amount of water and Himalayan pink salt, please check with your doctor before embarking on this; better safe than sorry!
For a longer list of benefits, check out this link:
Blogger Kitt O’Malley and I have been participating in the free Lose It! program. Today I was thrilled to learn our fellow blogging pal Bipolar On Fire has joined us in Lose It!’s “Bipolar Battlers” community group which you can find on the Lose It! website under “Community.”
I’ve lost 15 pounds, I stopped my nightly binges, and I’m figuring out with my therapist how I can break the insidious emotional overeating cycle.
Keep in mind you don’t need to be in a group; you can go solo or create your own group –
Let me know if you have questions.
As for that stressful situation I referred to in the video, I promise I’ll include it in next Friday’s post! (Hint: It involves a writer’s fragile ego…um, yeah, my ego. And there might be a silver lining to it. So y’all come back to my blog next Friday, ya hear?)
Speaking of stress, I wish you anything BUT a stressful weekend!!!
p.s. Here’s the link to a British podcast I just started listening to during my walks with Lucy. I’m really enjoying listening to the insights of the hosts Sydney Timmins, a writer, and Becky Lawrence, a secondary school teacher. There’s even a rumor I might be a guest on it this spring!
MENTAL HEALTH BOOK CLUB PODCAST
Foreword by the acclaimed perinatal psychiatrist and author Dr. Carol Henshaw.
Please visit Amazon to order a Kindle or paperback version—thank you!