One of the things we have recently started over at the lula haus is juicing. LOVE IT! And no, I don't own a fancy state of the art machine. Infact, I got my first juicer through an online buy and sell facebook page for free. I'm actually totally stoked to learn more about the health benefits associated with juicing and have even checked out nutrition courses on this. I'm lucky that my kiddos love smoothies and juices and happily have one instead of a heavy breakfast or lunch once in awhile. I've even thought about a little cold pressed juice bidniss but we'll see... I thought I would share a quick and super easy recipe that is super kid friendly:
Put all juice in a blender and add ice. Blend until desired consistency. Obviously you can build on this (ginger is a good add on with lots of health benefits) but it's also rad on its own.
the less fussy, the better. we are always rushed going to and leaving the gym so when we can get in and out of clothing at lightning speed, the better. also, after spending hours in chalk dust, it's nice to hydrate lips and elbows - so we always keep some salve in the gym bag. check out what lola is loving:
one: whistle and flute hat | to hide obnoxious gym hair
As I have been thinking about my pop up shop, I have been thinking more and more of opening a small showroom. A place for buyers to chill out and zone in on some rad vibes and athletic wear. Do retailers still visit showrooms? Is it still a thing? With so much available online, I'm curious to know the statistics on this. I'm actually nerding out about it. I don't know, just throwing it out there. I have decades of experience in fashion, merchandising, styling, and kidswear. Maybe I should take all that experience and run with it...or not. Decisions man.