"I wake up when my husband gets up to play tennis and my first thought is 'Do I have time for a cappuccino?' I put the dogs out wearing Brooks Brothers men's pyjamas, unironed, with a quilted jacket, and then I enjoy ten minutes of complete calm.
I wake the 15-year-old and give the 10-year-old breakfast on the couch. I go over my schedule for the day - sometimes I have a big event to attend at night. On days like that I think I have a bizarre life - my kids go to a normal school, I go grocery shopping, then I have these crazy high-profile events thrown in, and they don't always go together.
I send the kids off to school and I take the chance to shower and hop into jeans, Uniqlo sweater and a blazer. My hair goes in a ponytail, but I rarely do my make-up at home. I'm not afraid of the plain scrubbed face. Some days I look OK, some I don't - usually because I haven't drunk enough water. Today I apply my staples, which takes five minutes - concealer, mascara, blush, and lip gloss.
I eat five times a day because I read you're supposed to. This morning I had a piece of wholegrain toast with a little goat's cheese.
I work two days a week from my store in New Jersey and three in my New York office, which is about an hour away from my house. I often feel most clear-headed when I'm moving. Travelling is great for me - I wrote all five of my books in the back of a car.
I always have a protein shake at this time. It keeps me energised, especially when I work in the New York office and have meetings all day. I meet for about an hour with each of my teams, including creative, marketing, public relations and product development.
If I have a lunch meeting I'll go somewhere healthy, like Spring Street Natural in Soho, or I'll bring a salad with me from home.
I have a green apple and a piece of dark chocolate, and when I want to shock everyone in the office I'll have a Diet Coke - that's pretty rare though. I realise that I need to recharge, so on the weekends I usually book a massage and plan to connect with a girlfriend and walk for an hour and a half.
I do as much work as I can - interviews, conference calls, or paperwork - in the car on the way home, so when I walk in the door I can focus on family.
My family has tried to organise a system where each person is responsible for a dinner on a different day. It's sometimes challenging, since my husband only eats fish, my kids won't eat fish, and I won't eat white flour. Many nights we just wind up ordering out.
For a real indulgence, I take a glass of red wine and some dark chocolate into my bed. My bedroom is my haven. I have a big, dark walnut Ralph Lauren bed with tables on each side and French doors opening on to the back yard.
I get into bed with a basket of magazines and books and put the TV on, then exhaustion hits me and I instantly fall asleep." - Bobbi Brown
Finding happiness is like finding yourself. You don't find happiness, you make happiness. You choose happiness. Self-actualization is a process of discovering who you are, who you want to be and paving the way to happiness by doing what brings YOU the most meaning and contentment to your life over the long run.
This definition of happiness by David Leonhardt, The Happy Guy
True happiness is not attained through self-gratification, but through fidelity to a worthy purpose.
This definition of happiness by Helen Keller
You will never be happier than you expect. To change your happiness, change your expectation.
This definition of happiness by Bette Davis
Realize that true happiness lies within you. Waste no time and effort searching for peace and contentment and joy in the world outside. Remember that there is no happiness in having or in getting, but only in giving. Reach out. Share. Smile. Hug. Happiness is a perfume you cannot pour on others without getting a few drops on yourself.
This definition of happiness by Og Mandino
Happiness is an inner state of well being. A state of well being enables you to profit from your highest: thoughts, wisdom, intelligence, common sense, emotions, health, and spiritual values in your life.
This definition of happiness by Lionel Ketchian
Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.
This definition of happiness by Thich Nhat Hanh
Whats your definition?
Jeans have always been my favorite piece to put on and go, but lately I find myself reaching for leggings. That's why we have decided to search for the most comfortable fabric to make leggings that I will never want to take off.
New leggings coming out very soon!
New styles and fabrics, hope you like them!
Megan Fox and Hillary Duff
seem to have made leggings there go-2-pant
sneak peak: lamixx scrunched rouged leggings below
SHOP this full outfit: lamixx Lim Ella Dress & Jeffrey Campbell Asti Shoes