I love to simplify–but not everything! Today I’m sharing five things that I intentionally don’t simplify. Listen to find out what I keep complicated and why! 😉 I’d love to hear what you don’t simplify, too. Comment below or call in to my show’s voicemail here.
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I would love to hear more about your hair care routine (products, daily care)! I, too, have difficult hair and need all the help I can get to keep it smooth and straight. I’ll have to ask my hairdresser about getting a keratin treatment!
Loved this episode – it is probably my favorite to date!
Blair Lamb says
I would definitely look into a keratin treatment…it’s a game-changer for sure! Thanks for listening! (Also, I must note how funny it is to me that this is your favorite episode of Simplify Everything–the one where I talk about five things I complicate!! Hehe!) 🙂 😉 #ILikeThisEpisodeToo #GottaMixItUp
I also loved this episode! I am obsesssssed with candles too, so I know exactly what you mean when you explain your love for them haha
Blair Lamb says
Yes!!! Glad I’m not alone! 🙂
Oh this was so fun Blair! I totally agree with not simplifying cooking or cleaning too. I don’t get the “light cleaning” thing either. And you have convinced me to hunt down Yankee candles here in Australia. Any recommendations on a scent for my first candle? 😉
Some things I do not simplify are sewing patterns – can lead to a total waste of fabric and time and my laundry routine – I’m really fussy with how my families clothes are washed, dried, folded and ironed. I like them to sit in the drawers and hang up a certain way and have been know to refold things. Haha.
Thanks again for a great podcast. 🙂
Blair Lamb says
Thanks for listening! 🙂 As far as a Yankee Candle scent– Macintosh Apple is great all year long, Farmer’s Market is lovely (great for fall), also Spiced Pumpkin (also great for fall), Home Sweet Home (great for winter), Fluffy Towels (great for spring/summer), Lemon Lavender (also great from spring/summer), Fresh Cut Roses (spring/summer again), Pink Sands (spring/summer)…I could go on and on! Those are some of my favorites, though.
I loved reading what you don’t simplify! I don’t sew, but I can imagine/understand your un-simplification of sewing patterns…that makes total sense to me! And I have an aunt who is just the same about her family’s laundry. She likes it just so, too! 😉 Thanks again for reading/listening!
Oh those candle scents sound so yummy! Thanks for your recommendations. Cant wait to track some down 🙂