After Juice Cleanse – The Most Important Part

So, if you read my previous post about my “Juice cleanse” experiance, you really need to read this.
Because after juice cleanse is the most important part of whole experiance.

Please note that it’s just my experience and knowledge I got from my research.
So if you decide to do juice cleanse, please do it on your own risk, and if you have any health issue, please please please ask your doctor first!
I am not a doctor or specialist!

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How I Did My “Juice Cleanse”

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Since I’m done with breastfeeding Baby L, I decided it’s time to try fasting.
I’ve been wondering how it will change my body and how I would feel after that, so I thought it’s a good time to do it!

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My Organization for the Freezer

Oh what a mess.

I even contemplated if I should put picture of my messy disastrous freezer picture on my blog…
I am embarrassed…but in order to show before/after, I have to…right?

So…there you go. My freezer was a mess. I desperately needed to organizer my freezer.

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Lazy Mom’s Guide for Baby Solid Food

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When I’m home and on “lazy mode”, the last thing I want to do is prepare the lunch.
I can do without lunch, but my kiddos need to eat.
So I stock up on foods in the freezer and warm them up.

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New Year’s Day in Japan

This year, I spent New Year’s Day in mainland Japan for the first time.
Even though we celebrate New Year’s Day in my home town, some things (especially foods) were different, so I thought it would be fun to share!

Please note that some areas of Japan may celebrate New Year’s Day differently.
This post doesn’t represent whole Japanese culture.

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