The Confused Millennial’s Wellness Trends To Try In 2018

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If you’ve been following me for a while, you may have caught this post from last year, where I was all gung-ho about my 2017 plans and writing out my editorial calendar… and funny story, I actually intended to write about the wellness trends I wanted to try LAST year! HA! But as a lot of you know, I fell all out of whack last year and really struggled in my wellness journey until the last few months of the year.

So here I am, a year later, finally embracing my wellness journey publicly. I think it was hard for me to write about last year, because my wellness journey isn’t complete.  It’s ever evolving and changing. I’m by no means an expert, but rather a student. I kept avoiding this post – or any post in this realm for that matter – because I felt completely insecure sharing about it since I’m still discovering it.

I heard this definition of wellness on the That’s So Retrograde podcast recently and wholeheartedly agree with it, “wellness is whatever lends to one’s alignment”

Butttt, since so many of you requested more wellness content, here is the start of it!

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The Confused Millennial’s Wellness Trends To Try In 2018:

I’ve tried out a few of these wellness trends the last couple of months, and others I’m planning on trying throughout the year. If you’ve tried any of these or have other suggestions, make sure to drop me a comment at the end of the post!

Ice rolling.

The Skinny Confidential totally inspired me with this! I’m kind of obsessed. I’ve always heard about ice facials, but honestly they were more hassle than I wanted to deal with. Maybe I was doing it wrong? But it just never felt easy. However, I loveee the idea of incorporating ice into my anti-aging routine since it has been said to have so many benefits. Like shrinking pores, tightening up and preventing wrinkles, reducing swelling, and reducing redness! Um, yes, yes, yes, and YASSS! I can’t get enough of it! Here’s a link to the exact ice roller I use.


Has been said to not only prevent but legit REVERSE the signs of aging and is supposed to be amazing for digestion and gut health! You have probably seen countless of your favorite influencers singing Vital Proteins praises from the roof tops all last year. The reason for it? Because it’s the leader in the collagen protein space (collagen protein powders are dubbed the cleanest and free of additives). While I haven’t tried Vital Proteins *yet*, I have started incorporating collagen into my daily routine by picking up a jar of collagen supplements from Trader Joe’s and add it to my Sun Warrior vegan protein blend each morning!

I also started wearing collagen eye masks (shop them here). While I like these (especially for their price tag), I am not totally in loveee with the ones I have so if you have other suggestions LMK in the comments!


Okay, smudging isn’t a 2018 trend per se, but it’s a trend I have gotten super into it and look forward to exploring more in 2018! First, what is smudging? It’s the burning of herbs and plant resin for medicinal and/or spiritual use. Smudging helps cleanse negative energy, boosts healing, increases clarity, and generally purifies and protects our environment.

While I’ve smudged in the past, I never knew how often I should do it, if I was doing it “right,” or if it was all silliness. I knew that whenever I would sage my workspace I’d feel better, but it wasn’t until recently that I started smudging myself every day. Yup! I sage myself every day and I feel so much clearer. LMK if you guys want a post on what the process looks like in the comments! Shop smudging options here.

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Edible essential oils.

We all already know that essential oils are a huge craze – love them or hate them, they aren’t going anywhere. Well people are taking it a step further and getting *food grade* essential oils to, you guessed it, EAT! Personally I LOVE this idea! Lavender Kombucha is already one of my favorite things to sip on and lavender lemonade, and lavender, well anything TBH – so I’m definitely excited about trying this trend! I still don’t know a lot about how this trend works, it seems like you just use your favorite oil to enhance your meals, like lemon, peppermint, etc. So if you’ve incorporated it in your life, LMK in the comments! Shop *food grade* essential oils here.


Also not a 2018 trend per se, but started getting more into them towards the end of last year and am excited to explore more in 2018. It all started with an episode from the Soul On Fire Podcast featuring Energy Muse, shop them here (and grab their book about crystals here). I have always gravitated towards crystals but never fully understood how to cleanse, charge, or use them until now! The benefits of crystals are endless and can be really specific to the crystal being used. Do you guys want a full post on how I use them?

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Intermittent fasting.

The hubs started doing this last month after reading about all the benefits and hearing his coworkers rave. He SWEARS by it! Intermittent fasting has been steadily growing throughout last year as part of the ketogenic trend. And more and more research keeps singing it’s praises! Intermittent fasting has been linked to decreased inflammation, increased energy, focus, and mental clarity, and better blood sugar balance. To do it, you basically don’t eat anything for 15-16 hours. My husband does drink water and coffee during that time. It’s a chance for your gut to have a little time out, allowing the cells to properly rebuild and regenerate as old proteins and materials are cleared out. He has also been craving less sugar. Read more about intermittent fasting here.

Acupressure mat.

Another trend courtesy of TSC! I order my acupressure mat about two months ago and have to say I’m obsessed! It’s said that acupressure mats have TONS of benefits like: relieving muscle tension, inflammation, stress, headaches and pain throughout the body! Plus it’s also been said to alleviate fatigue, reduce digestive issues, energize the mind and body, help with sleep issues, increase circulation, and SO much more. Basically sounds like a miracle right? It’s so easy, all you do is sit on the mat. I try to sit on it for an hour a day on my lower half (think glutes and hamstrings) and then on my upper half (back and neck) while working. It’s really that easy!

It does feel like a bunch of little needles, so maybe start with a t-shirt and leggings and work your way up to thinner material and eventually bare skin (especially if you’re standing directly on it because the feet have a ton of pressure points and it can be a little painful). It’s really an amazing tool for between my monthly massages and I can’t get enough. This is the acupressure mat I ordered and use, but honestly they all do the same thing so get whichever is cheapest here.

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Air purifying plants.

Millennials and our plants! The trend experts have been talking about plants being a millennial thing for a while now, and honestly all the plants in my house were fake! I just can’t deal with taking care of one more thing if I’m honest… but fast forward to my crystal obsession and I needed a plant in order to cleanse the crystals!

You might be wondering “uhh, why?” right now, well it’s because when you get crystals, you are supposed to plant them in the earth (and we don’t have a yard) or a healthy house plant for 24 hours to start the cleansing process. So I went and bought my first ever plant! Since I plan on getting more crystals, I kind of want to keep this baby alive. It’s weird having a plant, but I’m excited to have some air purifying energy in the house and it’s kind of nice taking care of something that’s also helping me… but traditionally I have a black thumb so we will see how this goes!

DEEP post workout/day stretches.

I’ve been looking for deeper ways to get into my stretches. Everyone is raving about the yoga wheel which I totally want to try (if you have one drop me a comment with your thoughts!). Right now, I’m currently working on deep evening stretches for my posture with this $15 stretcher per the suggestion of my masseuse. I lay on it for at least 5 minutes a night to help reverse “computer shrug.” I hope that by the end of 2018 my posture if finally better!

The photo below is not an example using this properly. Normally you’ll want your arms down (mine are up so you can see how it arches you), and you’ll engage your shoulder blades so they are drawing down your back and tuck your chin. You should feel like you’re standing super upright with a string on your chest that’s pulling up to the sky almost. You can also shift yourself further up, so you’re getting a stretch on different parts of your back. Think of it as a gentler back bend.

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Self care staycations.

I think the first time I heard of this concept was loosely (and not in those words) from a friend a few years ago. She had put on a vacation responder to her business saying she was just hanging out at home enjoying her self-care and creative side for a few weeks and would return to work after. I was so inspired by it that it comes to mind as I keep hearing more and more people doing these “self care staycations.” Basically you can really set whatever rules you want, but you should set rules! Think along the lines of meditation, journaling, reiki, or being a tourist in your city. Basically getting off technology and back into the present in whatever way you feel called to!

Judgment detox.

Y’all know from my manifesting post how much I love Gabby Bernstein and I’m so excited for her new book, Judgment Detox which just arriving today! I’m really focusing on purifying not only my home and body this year, but also my mind and I can’t think of a better way than the practices in her book. Grab your copy here.

What wellness trends are you looking to try this year? Or which do you want to hear more about?!? LMK in the comments!


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  • Asha @ Adventures with Asha
    January 2, 2018 at 4:05 pm

    I’ve seen a lot about ice rolling in the past few weeks and I think I’d LOVE it! Splashing ice cold water on my face and one of my favorite ways of destressing (sounds weird but it’s both shocking and soothing to me), and with the added benefits I think it might be worth trying!

    Also I did a self car staycation last year and it was AMAZING! I just took a week off work, spent a couple days in cabin right outside of the city, blogged a lot, ate a lot, and Netflixed even more. It was honestly the BEST thing I’ve ever done for my mental health and I can’t recommend it enough!


    • [email protected] Confused Millennial
      January 2, 2018 at 4:50 pm

      DO IT!! Seriously, I used to LOVE Tamaron Hall (from the today show) and she swore by an ice facial (putting your face in a bowl of ice water) and I was like “that just seems like a recipe for disaster with me, so the ice roller is like the best of both worlds! you just roll UPwards for a few minutes a day, wash with soap, and put it back in the freezer! soooo easy! and if I get a headache I use it too and it works wonderrsss!

      And i love that! I sort of did a staycation last month I feel like with taking time off work and just doing what I felt like when I felt like and I couldn’t feel BETTER! it was such a game changer and has breathed SO much new energy and inspiration into what was becoming pretty stagnant and frustrating. What inspired you to take your staycation??

      • Asha @ Adventures with Asha
        January 3, 2018 at 2:21 pm

        YES I felt the same way after my staycation too!! I took it because I knew I needed a break so that I didn’t get burnt out (still happened anyway but I think it helped prolong it a bit!)

  • Alex
    January 3, 2018 at 7:48 am

    I’ve never heard of ice rolling but that sounds like something i’d definitely like to try!

    Also, try vital proteins! I notice a SIGNIFICANT difference when I include it in my daily routine over other collagen supplements I’ve tried. I actually have their collagen protein powder too and it’s delicious.

  • Morgan Tarpley
    January 3, 2018 at 9:24 am

    I’va actually only heard a few of these. Thanks for the in depth info on them, I really want to try the ice rolling! Looks relaxing!!

  • Rachel @ STCL
    January 3, 2018 at 10:47 am

    I feel very out of the loop with most of these, haha. So many interesting ones though! I definitely want to be better about stretching more every day! I’ve been super curious about those acupressure mats too – I might need to give it a try!

  • Crystal @ Dreams, etc.
    January 3, 2018 at 11:19 am

    An accupressure mat is on my list of things to buy soon! I’ve been interested in one for awhile and I’m going to do it this month or next month.

    Edible essential oils! Big fan of consuming them, when you can. I recommend looking at brands like Young Living and DoTerra, because you know exactly what you’re getting and you know you’re getting a high quality oil with no pesticides, etc. They also make it fairly easy to know which ones are consumable–YL (the brand I use) has their Vitality line of oils and DoTerra has nutrition facts on the bottle if they’re consumable, I believe. I add them to beverages, mostly water, but I also put them in tea. It’s easier to include them in tea (or hot chocolate or coffee), because you can actually apply the oil to the tea leaves/hot chocolate mix/coffee grounds before you actually prepare it. Essential oil molecules and water don’t necessarily… mix? I don’t know what word I’m looking for there, but they will separate so I give my water a little swirl regularly while I’m drinking — but it’s not bad enough that it deters me from putting oils in my water. I really love it. But if you mix it with the leaves/mix/grounds, the oil will have a chance to sink into that stuff and you don’t have the same issue. I drink peppermint daily and I’m a big fan of all the citrus oils. My dad drinks lavender essential oil in his water every day. Oh! And spearmint. How could I forget that? Spearmint is my fave. It has the minty taste, like peppermint, but also has a sweetness and it’s delicious!!!

  • Lily Ayala
    January 3, 2018 at 11:34 am

    I’ve never heard of ice rolling before, but I am super intrigued by it now. I might have to try this.

  • Cara Owens-Kindly Unspoken
    January 3, 2018 at 12:47 pm

    I really love ice rolling and it always helps relax me on super stressful days. Also loving the sound of that acupressure mat!

  • Deborah
    January 3, 2018 at 12:50 pm

    Oh wow, I’ve never even heard of half of these but I really want to look into them!

  • Bella B @ xoxoBella
    January 3, 2018 at 1:09 pm

    I have never heard of a lot of these things I will have to check them out.

  • Becca
    January 3, 2018 at 1:49 pm

    Never heard of the acupressure mat – that seems so cool! I loved acupuncture when I went, maybe something to try.

  • Kristen Jones
    January 3, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    Ice rolling sounds so amazing! I definitely want to give that a try this year. Also, self care staycations do wonders. The past few days before my hubby went back to work we just spent time together and did a whole lot of nothing and it was amazing. We felt SO recharged.

  • Jenny
    January 3, 2018 at 5:27 pm

    I’ve been wanting to try the collagen from Vital Proteins lately. I’ve heard great things and I feel like it’s the perfect thing to implement in my life in 2018.

  • Mary Leigh
    January 3, 2018 at 6:26 pm

    These are all really cool things to learn more about. Self care staycations are a must around here and I’m interested to learn more about intermittent fasting – that sounds like a really neat way to help your body reset from time to time!

  • Celeste Godoy
    January 3, 2018 at 7:27 pm

    I love these ideas!! I’ve already been using an ice roller and the acupressure mat but really want to know more about the whole crystal thing! And OMG edible essential oils? Yes, please!!

  • [email protected] Confused Millennial
    January 3, 2018 at 7:39 pm

    You’re a step ahead! I have an entire smudging post (actually I think there are two!) already written in drafts 🙂

  • My Veteran Woman Life
    January 3, 2018 at 7:55 pm

    I had not heard of the ice roller before reading this! Will be looking into that for sure. My newest thing is coconut oil! I use it for everything, including my morning coffee!

  • Kyla Matton Osborne
    January 3, 2018 at 9:06 pm

    What a great round-up! I love smudging, and you reminded me that I haven’t done it for a long time.

  • Kiara Catanzaro
    January 3, 2018 at 9:49 pm

    I’m very interested in learning more about crystals, and I’ve been reading up on them a lot the last few weeks. I also love the idea of staycations and creating your own rules for them. Honestly, there’s nothing better than indulging in self care and taking time for yourself.

  • Adriana
    January 3, 2018 at 9:51 pm

    I am loving all of these ideas!! My sister just was telling me how she’s trying the intermittent fasting and I’ll be honest I sort of looked at her like …WTF?? But it really does make sense!!

  • fairyprincessjord
    January 3, 2018 at 10:02 pm

    I have tried incorporating collagen into my smoothies and while I haven’t noticed a difference I do hope it’s preventative! I also want to try ice rolling and a wellness staycation sounds LOVELY!

  • Lecy | A Simpler Grace
    January 3, 2018 at 10:54 pm

    Love this! I actually do intermittent fasting all the time and have made a goal to do it once a week this year. I feel so much better when I do. 🙂

  • Erica @ Coming up Roses
    January 4, 2018 at 7:40 am

    OK all of this is FASCINATING. I’ve definitely heard great things about ice rolling but had no clue it was linked to shrinking pores, so SIGN ME UP. Are these any similar benefits to jade rolling? I have one of those!

    Also have Vital Proteins somewhere in my house, so def need to find that + make something ASAP. And my intern actually drinks essential oils! I didn’t even know that was safe/possible, but apparently so – she puts it in water!

  • Helen @ Hel On Heels
    January 4, 2018 at 8:51 am

    I’ve heard so much about ice rolling and collagen. I think I need to add these to my wellness regime this year.

  • Caitlin Elisabeth
    January 4, 2018 at 8:53 am

    YES! ive heard so many great things about cyrstals and collegin! thank you!

  • Katherine @ Slightly Savvy
    January 4, 2018 at 9:41 am

    Well we already know I’m super into these wellness trends even though I know nothing about a few of them! You should definitely do a post on crystals and also moon cycles!!

  • Chelsea
    January 4, 2018 at 10:48 am

    Such an interesting post, Rach! Love it!!

    I’d love to try the ice rolling. Seems like it would be beneficial!

    I’m not sure if I could see myself using the crystals. I’d love to know more about it!

    Deep stretching is a great way for me to relax and replenish! Absolutely!

    And YES to fasting. Sometimes I fast many hours without even realizing it…like I won’t eat after dinner until noon the next day, and it will be like 15 hours. I know they say you should eat breakfast first and have small meals throughout the day, but sometimes I eat one huge meal in the middle of the day at like 3pm, and it helps me!

  • Melis | Primp And Prime Beauty
    January 4, 2018 at 10:51 am

    So many of these sound so amazing! I definitely need to try smudging, ice rolling, and the crystals. I have been wanting to try acupuncture for quite some time now, so I might try the mat. I feel like if I can use a derma roller on my face, I can try an acupuncture mat.

  • Tiffany Khyla
    January 4, 2018 at 11:27 am

    I haven’t heard about many of these trends, but I’m interested in trying so many of them. I’m especially interested in learning about intermittent fasting. I can’t wait to read up on that!

  • Marette Flora @ Floradise
    January 4, 2018 at 11:34 am

    I was thinking about buying Judgement Detox on Audible and this settles it! I have not heard of some of these wellness trends. They sound pretty cool!

  • Cassie Arenz
    January 4, 2018 at 11:44 am

    Awesome ideas!!! I’ve been all about health lately and trying to get into yoga more and I love essential oils. One thing I’ll say with intermittent fasting is while it can bring beneficial results, also be careful with it for women as it can really screw with hormones! Here’s to 2018 and healthiest year yet!

  • Alix Maza
    January 4, 2018 at 11:45 am

    This is so interesting! That acupressure mat sounds awesome.

  • Yolanda
    January 4, 2018 at 12:02 pm

    Wow – I honestly want everything on this list! I have edible essential oils BUT haven’t consumed any yet. Need to read up a little more on that. I am definitely going to pick up the ice roller and collagen masks though. Cool stuff here!

    • [email protected] Confused Millennial
      January 4, 2018 at 1:34 pm

      Yay!! happy you love it! so I chatted with some folks on IG about the edible essential oils after this post, here’s what they suggest:

      1) 1 drop goes a longggg way
      2) If adding to beverage (like water) remember oil and water separate so whisk it together, but keep in mind it’ll still have a little “texture” if you will if you let it sit too long
      3) incorporate it into your cooking just like you would with your spice rack! People said the lemon, cinnamon, and peppermint were their faves!

  • Amy
    January 4, 2018 at 2:25 pm

    The collagen trend is everywhere!! I’ve been wanting to try it, but I have yet to find a good vegetarian option. I’d love to hear more on your experience with it!!

  • mQs
    January 4, 2018 at 3:05 pm

    I love my acupuncture mat!

  • The Swirl
    January 4, 2018 at 3:16 pm

    I love the Vital Proteins collagen! I add a scoop to my post-workout smoothies or my morning coffee if I know I’m not going to the gym today. The only downside is that it’s a little $$, so I’m always on the hunt looking for less expensive alternatives. They also come in individual packets which are great to take on the go! I’m really interested in trying ice rolling. My skin is so fair that really anything makes it red, but maybe ice rolling will help?? I like that I wouldn’t have to add any other chemicals to my skin or buy an expensive treatment!

    Hannah | the swirl

  • Marvina Musser
    January 4, 2018 at 4:51 pm

    I loved this post. I pretty much love everything you said. I’m looking into crystals more and I want to get the book about crystals that you talked about so I can learn more about them. I’m also really into selfcare and self love, and I’m really into essential oils. I have a diffuser in every room in my house. I’m trying to really work on my mindset for this year and just really focusing on myself a lot more this year then I did last year. Great post!

  • Kara
    January 4, 2018 at 6:02 pm

    I already do so many of these so that makes me feel good lol I would love to try the ice rolling though!

  • Becca Wilson
    January 4, 2018 at 6:10 pm

    I have never heard of ice rolling before but it definitely sounds interesting. My skin could definitely use a little TLC this year!

  • Audrey Knizek
    January 4, 2018 at 7:24 pm

    I LOVED this post! That ice roller is so intriguing I might just have to pick one up. All of those benefits are things I look for in a beauty routine. Also, that back stretcher? Need! I do yoga 3 times a week but my back is still SO tight. Thanks for all the cool new finds!

  • Robin
    January 4, 2018 at 7:38 pm

    Okay so I won’t lie to you, I’m a little dubious of wellness trends… but edible lavender essential oil and self-care staycations are things I can GET ON BOARD WITH. I occasionally use lavender extract when I’m baking with lemon (like lemon-lavender glazed zucchini bread… omg) and it’s delicious but can be very overpowering because it’s so concentrated. I can see how an essential oil might work better. And then as far as self-care staycations go… I just took the week between Christmas and New Year’s off for the first time in my life, and I am a new person! All I did was sit around with my family and write, and it was everything I needed. Happy New Year!!

  • Deirdre B Jayko
    January 4, 2018 at 7:48 pm

    Yessss to everything. I’ve definitely been getting more into crystals and smudging in the past year or two so I would definitely appreciate more posts on how you use both. Also, I’ve done intermittent fasting and it works very well for me (helped a little with weight loss but more importantly improved my digestion). Awesome post, thank you!!!

  • Felicia Renee
    January 4, 2018 at 8:30 pm

    So I’m very intrigued by crystals, but I don’t know much about them! I really want to read Judgment Detox, I just added that to my Goodreads account. And self-care staycations sound amazing! I need to check out the other things you mentioned as well.

  • Monica Delmonico
    January 4, 2018 at 10:03 pm

    I’ve never heard of ice rolling! But I am so intrigued by it! Do you like it? Have you seen results?

  • Dara @ The Southern Thing
    January 5, 2018 at 12:41 am

    I need to check out ice rolling! I’ve never heard of this before!

  • Taylor Smith
    January 5, 2018 at 9:39 am

    Sounds like you’ve found lots of things that are working for you! So glad.

  • Kristen @ TheSophisticatedGal
    January 5, 2018 at 10:08 am

    Part of my 2018 goals is to be more present in my life and to start taking better care of myself, so this post came at the perfect time! I also want to try the ice roller, I’ve heard so many great things about it!

  • Valerie
    January 5, 2018 at 10:41 am

    My mom does intermittent fasting and she swears by it! I’d love to try some of these trends in the coming year… thanks for the inspiration! 🙂

  • Christina @ Hugs and Lattes
    January 5, 2018 at 1:00 pm

    So many healthy wellness trends! I’m super interested in the ice facial. It’s interesting to me when people fast for health reasons. I never knew about the benefits!

  • Chelsie Carr
    January 5, 2018 at 2:51 pm

    We are just starting the intermittent fasting on top of Keto! We’ve heard amazing things about it and I’m excited to see what it does for us – we decided to try until the end of January to see how it goes instead of making it a YEAR goal. Don’t want to commit to something that might not be a good fit, but I do have high hopes (especially since I’m such a late-night snacker!)

  • TheBlondeLifestyle
    January 5, 2018 at 3:08 pm

    I think ice-rolling sounds really fascinating! I’ve never heard of it before until I read it here. It’s something I’ll have to try for sure because it sounds like there’s a lot of benefits to it!

  • Amanda @ A Good Hue
    January 5, 2018 at 7:11 pm

    I like to think I’m pretty up to snuff on all things beauty but I have NEVER heard of ice rolling! Sounds pretty cool (pun intended) actually, I might have to check it out! Also, totally agree on collagen!

  • Michelle @ And Then We Tried
    January 8, 2018 at 10:58 am

    Oooooh, very intrigued by ice rolling. I love collagen eye masks and have been looking into the Vital collagen stuff all the iNfLuEnCeRs are shilling. They are getting to me!

  • Ash Neverson
    January 8, 2018 at 7:18 pm

    ah i wanna try out all of these, especially the juice detox and intermittent fasting. A girl needs to loose some weight!

  • Shannon
    January 8, 2018 at 10:14 pm

    I love this post SO much and I want to try so many things in it! I’m slowly working on filling my house up with plants (maybe it is a millennial thing but I love them) and I’m definitely going to try out the collagen eye masks and hopefully Vital Proteins soon, too.

  • Kaylee and Shaguna
    January 11, 2018 at 10:55 am

    I’ve been doing intermittent fasting for the past 3 months now and I love it!

  • Natalie
    January 11, 2018 at 4:30 pm

    I’ve never heard of ice rolling before! This is such a great list and I can’t wait to try some of the things out!

  • Allison Ellzey
    January 17, 2018 at 11:18 am

    These are all great trends and this year, I think I’d like to try a little bit of all of them!

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