Tiny Tea Detox



It feels like yesterday the Summer was coming to an end, Halloween was beginning and everybody was on their way to talking about Christmas. Then one morning I woke up to New Year's morning and it's all over. All the planning, spending and outings. Gone in a blink of an eye.

When you're younger everyone says never to take for granted the time, and freedom you have. I would think of this as much as possible to remind myself, that I should live life to the fullest. I loved school, college I honestly can't remember much about - it was a blur of living with friends and having the time of my life. To University, and everything starting to get that little bit more real. The realisation that the time was coming to start acting like the adult I now was.

Twenty four years on, now that's the reality I'm afraid. In another two blinks of the eye, I will be hitting thirty I'm sure.

The days pass us by so fast, that you must do whatever it takes to be the person you want to be. That could be in your career, your hobbies, socialising or travelling. It could be literally anything in the world that is a goal or passion of yours, but whatever it is, don't wait until tomorrow to make it reality. Today is the time to make that change.



I didn't exactly get on the whole 2017 goals post's that seemed to be going round like wild flies.
I did however, post on New Years about how I wrote down on a little piece of paper, exactly what I wanted to achieve in this year and I then put it somewhere safe.
My reasons for not telling everyone what I wanted to progress in this year, is simply this.
It's hard enough trying to make changes in your life, without others watching you or breathing down your neck. I kept mine to myself, so if something doesn't happen I can still be proud about achieving some on that list, even if it something so small or tiny.

I want to be proud of pushing myself to achieve new things in 2017, and I don't want or need anyones approval to do it. I finally feel like I can push myself to be the person I have always been, now it's time to prove it to myself. 2017 will be my year, I can already feel it.



Now onto Part 2 of my first post this New Year, which was in fact the Tiny Tea Detox.

I promised to update you all on how it went, and to be honest it didn't go at all how I had planned. The brand Your Tea is one I have loved for a while now, I recently wrote a post on their Happy Tea which can be found on my blog. This was such an amazing review and I was so pleased with the results, that I went and ordered another thing to try straight away.

Only once in my life have I done a Detox before, and that was the BooTea Teatox which I DO NOT recommend in the slightest. Nothing happened and no changes where made throughout, it was just over priced and not all that special.

Your Tea on the other hand, I just couldn't get over the colour of the tea. It may sound utterly ridiculous but having to leave the tea bag in for a certain amount of time, turned it a deep brown.
I'm one of those people who can be put off eating or drinking something simply by the colour, texture of smell. This was no exception.
The tea in fact tasted like left over coffee. For some this may not be a bad thing, but I myself don't drink coffee at all and I simply couldn't get along with it.

As I wasn't able to complete the Detox, I would like to hear anyone else's opinions on if it's worth trying again or not. Does this Detox actually work?

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4 comments:

  1. I always feel like time is speeding by and I don't have time to even breathe! I've never tried a detox but I think I'd be put off by the colour too.

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    1. I'm not sure if the whole Detox thing is worth it, I've never seen good results from them. Bit yeah, the dark colour was a bit off putting!

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  2. Hey, I don't blame you for not wanting to share your 2017 goals, who needs the pressure! Good luck anyway lovely! I have never detoxed before either, I am not sure I am strong enough to stick to it.

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    1. Thank you!
      Detoxing isn't for everyone, I can't say I was any good at it as I only lasted a day doing it. X

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