Snap, Crackle, & Pop

What a glorious day!

The sun is shining, the birds, are chirping, lawnmowers are making their first cuts of the year {fresh cut grass is my favorite smell ever, FYI}, and I had an adjustment! 


A new affordable chiropractic practice recently opened in my town and I’ve been wanting to go. I know a lot of people are adamantly against chiropractors {including some of my own family}, but I really think they can do some good. I think it’s kind of naive to think that our bodies will run perfectly without ever having a tweak here or there. {Don’t get me wrong, I definitely understand there are some major risks, but in general, I like the idea}

Yesterday I worked for 8 hours, hunched over boxes the whole time. Needless to say my back was killing me. I felt about 110 years old. I knew today would be a great time to try out this new place! After a few pops here and crackles there, I felt like a new person! It’s amazing what a little adjustment can do 🙂


I took my brother out for lunch {see… great mood!}. We had the windows rolled down and were enjoying the sunshine.


For the rest of the afternoon, I plan on enjoying the gorgeous weather by studying outside. Maybe I’ll even have time to watch The Bachelor finale that I missed while I was at work last night. I’ve heard it’s pretty dramatic and I’m not a fan of Juan Pablo to begin with, so I’m interested to see how it ends. And The Voice! Okay, I’ll definitely have to spread out the tv through the rest of the week… that’s too much for one day… especially one as beautiful as this. 


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One thought on “Snap, Crackle, & Pop

  1. Bath and Body Works makes a candle called “Fresh Cut Grass” in the summer, and surprisingly, it’s not gross or poorly done… smells amazing!

    The weather here is improving as well and it got me outside to power walk at an outlet mall… I hope you guys enjoyed your drive, those are the best on these kind of days. ❤

    Chiropractic health was a hit or miss for me — I had a scapular injury that is now chronic and months of seeing a Chiropractor did nothing for it, but that isn't to say that getting adjusted isn't beneficial for your posture, mentality and flexibility. I think it's one of the more practical dedications in holistic medicine, and I've heard/seen a lot of people come away from it feeling so much better. I recommend giving it a go to see if it works for you!

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