Over the past year I got a new job, I lost a sibling to Lymphoma, I got engaged, I was asked to be in two weddings, I turned 27, and I gained 20 pounds. Life happened. It's been beautiful and it's been fucking miserable. It's almost ironic that my account is focused around Joy. But Joy is in my name and we all have to accept that we can't stop living. Life is what brings me Joy.
How does this relate to getting a juicer? It probably doesn't for most people, but it does for me.
I have discovered a new joy in prepping my breakfasts, and creating recipes with the pulp. It has been a bunch of simple changes that have totally changed my mood; I stopped buying breakfast and Starbucks in the morning; I've started losing weight; I don't hit that 2pm slump at work; I cook more when I get home; I have a routine. All of these little changes are making me realize the impact that one simple change can have on someone's day to day perspective.