We Went to Bourbon Fest 2018

I usually only drink 3 types of beverages: Water, Coffee, and WHISKEY. I drink water all day, coffee usually once (maybe twice) a day, and I LOVE to sip a little whiskey on weekends. That said, the 2nd Annual New Orleans Bourbon Festival couldn't be more up my alley. The Footprints team was able to attend some of the festivities, which took place from March 8-10, 2018.

About the Festival

The Bourbon Fest provides the "opportunity to enjoy exceptional Bourbon and cuisine surrounded by the charm and culture of New Orleans." They have seminars about the history, technique, and joy of drinking bourbon. Some of their proceeds go to support Kids Can NOLA, so you can feel good about the fact that your enjoyment contributes to a worthy cause.



We were able to attend a few seminars at the Le Meridien Hotel on Friday and Saturday including "The Common Sense of Scents" and "Balance and Counterbalance: The Secrets to Bourbon and Food Pairing Basics". I have to say that these talks were pretty cool and insightful. In the talk about scents, there was discussion about how powerful your sense of smell is and how it can enhance your enjoyment of a nice bourbon. We learned about sensory labs in distilleries, how aging causes different aromas, and how each person's biology and reference points are different, which gives everyone a unique experience. Most of all, the speakers were sure to remind us not to let seriousness get in the way of enjoying a good drink. Oh, and we did all this while SAMPLING a couple of tasty bourbons!

In another seminar about balancing bourbon and food, we were given 3 samples of bourbon with distinct tastes, from the lighter Basil Hayden, to a smokier Baker's. Each bourbon was paired with a food offering and attendees were invited to explore the taste and textures of the pairings. It was really cool to get into detail about how food and drink can complement each other. All in all, these seminars were a fantastic way to learn all about bourbon and hang with some fellow whiskey lovers.

The Grand Tasting


The main event each night was the 'Grand Testing' and hooey-boy, it sure was GRAND! For this event, the Contemporary Arts Center was filled with vendors of bourbon and purveyors of whiskey related swag of all sorts. There were plenty of local restaurants with samples of their cuisine and a live band playing some classic jazz standards. Attendees were given small sipping glasses and allowed to sample any and all products available. There were over 100 different bourbon's featured at this year's festival, so there was a LOT to choose from. With so many options, its hard not to find something you like. Of course there were dumping buckets so you could avoid having too much fun. We were able to sample bourbons of all types and query the vendors about their process for making hooch. We personally enjoyed the Larceny bourbonBarrell Bourbon's 'Batch 014', the honey rye from Silverback Distillery, a refreshing whiskey sour cocktail form High West, and Hudson's Four Grain Bourbon

It was a great event and we had a fantastic time. It's the perfect 'Treat Ya' Self' event, as long as you drink responsibly (which thankfully we did). I can't wait for next year, as I'm sure it will be bigger and better than ever. 

Healthy Thanksgiving - How Not to Wreck Your Fitness During the Holidays

Are you ready??!!??? Thanksgiving is almost here! You know what that means....


Not so fast Dumbledore. In this here space we prefer to be thoughtful about our feasts, lest we end up like that girl from Willy Wonka. Around this time every year, plenty of folks (especially me) begin the process of slowly eroding the healthy habits that they picked up over the past 300 days or so. Usually that means that at the beginning of the year we rush back to our local gym or group ex class and start the process all over again. 

In an effort to maintain what we've worked so hard for, here are a couple of tips for the Thanksgiving holiday (and beyond) that will help you avoid total fitness armageddon.

  Pictured: NOT YOU!!!

Pictured: NOT YOU!!!


I know, I know.... Thanksgiving is a day OFF! That's what makes it the perfect day to get an early workout. You can take your time and do an in-home workout, go for a run, or maybe just stretch. Keep it simple, but find a way to get the heart rate up and get the blood flowing. Working out starts your day off right and encourages you to maintain a reasonable diet later in the day when the festivities begin.


But not like that. When the feast begins, grab your plate and load up... on vegetables and lean meats. Avoid super high calorie sides in large portions. Keep those to a minimum. You can also start with a salad and/or soup to that will help curb the cravings for the other options. Also, just because it's Thanksgiving doesn't mean you should wait to eat until later in the day. Some people essentially fast earlier in the day to 'make room' for the stuffing. Try to avoid that and you won't want to overdo it at dinner time. 


Listen, I am not advocating that you have 'dry' day, per se. In fact you might need some libations to help you deal with some of your more 'interesting' family members. Still, getting sauced probably isn't the way to go. 

  Pictured: Again, not you

Pictured: Again, not you

Have a glass or two of wine, maybe some beer, but try not to that guy or gal who says the inappropriate thing to Granny because you've have 2 too many.

Lastly, if you are the one cooking on Turkey day, remember that YOU are in control. Try to put some healthier options on the table with your world famous pie. Give your guests a good time, but don't give them heart disease. They'll thank you later. 

Now go eat, drink, and be merry!!

  Pictured: Ok, this time it's you kween

Pictured: Ok, this time it's you kween



Pumpkin Pie Green Smoothie

We all know you can't escape "Pumpkin Spiced" everything across the nation right now since it's fall. We agree that it may be a bit overwhelming, but I promise this smoothie is worth the hype! If you love drinking your calories then here's a treat!

Get to "Makin' Groceries" at your favorite local store. #SupportLocal


1 banana (frozen)1/2 cup pumpkin (pureed)
3/4 cup fresh spinach (packed)
1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice
1/2 cup almond milk

Toss everything in a high speed blender. My absolute favorite is my very old NutriBullet. I totally need to upgrade! Feel free to garnish with a light sprinkle of cinnamon and nutmeg. It's Fall Ya'll! Don't forget to 'Treat Ya' Self'!
Much Love!

April 😀

Tomato and Shrimp Soup

Now that the weather is changing in NOLA, it's time to get the soup bowls out.

While gumbo is a year round institution here, you may be craving something new for the chilly weather. Good news friends, the folks at The Kitchn are here to help with a delicious Spicy Tomato Shrimp Soup. We recently made this soup here at the Footprints headquarters, and I must say it is fantastic. It's perfect for a cozy dinner on the couch and makes a batch big enough for the whole family. 

WIthout further ado, here is the tasty goodness:

Spicy Tomato and Shrimp Soup

Ingredients (Serves 6 to 8)

  • 2 tablespoons olive oil
  • 1 large onion, diced
  • Kosher salt
  • Freshly ground black pepper
  • 4 cloves garlic, minced
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes, plus more as needed
  • 1/4 cup tomato paste
  • 8 cups unsalted chicken broth
  • 2 cups dry ditalini pasta
  • 1 1/2 pounds uncooked peeled and deveined medium shrimp
  • 1/4 cup loosely packed fresh basil leaves


Heat the oil in a 5-quart or larger Dutch oven over medium-high heat until shimmering. Add the onion, season with salt and pepper, and sauté until translucent and softened, about 5 minutes. Add the garlic and pepper flakes and sauté until fragrant, about 1 minute more.

Add the tomato paste and sauté until the paste has deepened in color, about 2 minutes. Stir in the chicken broth. Bring to a boil, then reduce the heat to low to simmer uncovered for 10 minutes.

Add the pasta and continue to simmer until it's al dente, about 10 minutes or according to package instructions. Taste and season the soup with salt, pepper, and red pepper flakes as needed.

Stir in the shrimp and simmer until they are pink and opaque, 3 to 4 minutes. Thinly slice the basil and serve the soup immediately, as it does not keep well, with basil sprinkled over each bowl.

Healthy Tips for The Traveler

I travel a lot for work. I enjoy it for the most part, but one of the tough things about it is trying to maintain an otherwise healthy lifestyle when I am away from home base. Although it's difficult, it can definitely be done! To that end, here are some tips to stay healthy when traveling.

Start Early


They say the early bird 'gets the worm' and they is definitely true when it comes to traveling. One of the most important things to do when traveling is get your day started on the right track. I like to take an early morning class, and eat a healthy breakfast whenever possible. Just like any other time, this mentality helps you make good decisions later in the day. Even if you are not planning to workout, a healthy breakfast steers you in the right direction for your day.


Just because you are on vacation or not on your normal schedule, doesn't mean you can't workout. As soon as I check in and unpack I head to check out the hotel 'gym'. I put that in quotes because most of the time a hotel workout space is far from Equinox

Still, it doesn't mean you can't get in your workout time. Most of these gyms have enough space and equipment for you to be able to perform a solid exercise routine. At the very least, there is always a treadmill. As another option, you can always workout in your room when you have time. Also, take some time to just stretch before you hit the road again or catch the next flight.

Try Something New

I will often take a trip as an opportunity to try a nearby yoga studio or a different workout class than I normally would when at home. It's a good way to meet new people and since every city is different, there are often many new options. 

Alternatively, I will often go for a swim in the hotel pool - that is of course if there isn't a beach nearby. You could also take a walk. Exploring a new city on foot is a fantastic way to learn your way around and also get some exercise. Its also good to walk some of those cheat meals I might indulge in during my travels.

  Me on vacay

Me on vacay

Maintain Nutritional Balance

It is so easy to stray away from a good diet when you aren't home. You can't meal plan, you don't always know which restaurants have good options, and you often default to whatever is easy and indulgent. 

As mentioned above, a good way to counterbalance this is to start with a good early breakfast. In addition to that, what I like to do is balance my meals out. When you are in a good food city, or just in unfamiliar surroundings, try to keep your unhealthy meals to a self set limit. If I eat a an overindulgent brunch, I'll tend to have a salad or something veggie heavy and light later in the day. Balance goes a long way to make you feel good in foreign terrain. Speaking of balance...


Whether you are traveling for business or for pleasure, any trip can be a great time to take it easy for a while. If you are in a tourist heavy location, do all your 'touristy' stuff on one day and take the other days to chill out a bit. Maybe visit a spa, lay out on a beach or take some time to decompress in you hotel room for a while in between adventures. Whatever you do, build in some relaxation and recovery time.

Get Comfortable

Road trips and flights can be intolerable at times. If you are like me, backaches and neck pain can be a killer when sitting for long periods. To alleviate these issues, try a sciatica pillow for those long car rides and a comfy neck pillow for planes. They might look silly, but you will thank yourself later when you aren't suffering from debilitating pain. 

At the end of the day, staying healthy when traveling is about being committed to treating yourself well always, not just when it's convenient.Try these tips and see if you can upgrade your adventures. It is not always easy, but it is always worth it. 



Question Everything: Is 'Organic' Food Really Better For you

With all the nutritional and dieting advice out there, it's easy to forget that science doesn't always agree with popular trends. We often take common knowledge for granted, assuming that just because something is repeated constantly, that means it is true. Take for example "organic" food. Some people only eat food labeled as organic because it's believed to be healthier than the alternative. Let's take a look at what science says to see if that is actually true.

What is 'Organic' Food?

Organic food is basically anything food that is made without synthetic pesticides being used during production. This does not mean that NO pesticides are used, just a much more regulated list maintained by the FDA. For something to be labeled and sold as 'organic' it must have 95% organic ingredients. As explained in the ASAPScience video above, there are also other caveats and tricks food sellers use to be able to put the word 'organic' on a label and entice health conscious shoppers.

This requires farmers to put in much more work to grow these crops. It also means that they tend to lose a lot more in production from bugs infestations and other issues. Not too mention it usually costs consumers more. This also means that not all food producers are excited about growing these crops, but the market is there because people like us demand high-quality, healthy food. The presumption with organics is that without the extra chemicals, your food is healthier and safer to consume. But is that actually true?

Is It Really Healthier?

The answer, like so many other things in food science, is that it depends. Just because organics don't have certain pesticides doesn't mean they're good for your. Organic foods, like non-organics have been recalled many times for production issues and causing illness in consumers. Methods vary from farm to farm, which means that all organics are not created equal.

In addition to that, just because pesticides are used in non-organics, doesn't mean they are unsafe to consume or will cause health issues. It really depends on who is producing it. 

The Bottom Line

Chemicals are not inherently bad, especially when they have been studied and tested. HOWEVER, it is reasonable to want what you eat to have as few harmful chemicals and additives as possible when you are building a healthy lifestyle. 

What can you do? Find a balance between eating food from trusted local sources and do your research do see if what you are eating could be harmful to you. Combine those efforts with other healthy lifestyle choices and exercise regularly. Stay away from every food trend until and fad diet until you know what they are all about. Also, make sure to occasionally question your assumptions. Stay woke people.

Cajun Cauliflower & Chicken

So my sister and I have been exploring different healthy recipes that also taste delicious. This led us to nutritionist J.J. Smith’s recipe for Cajun Roasted Chicken & Cauliflower.  It was delicious and guilt-free. My type of meal!

Recipe for 2 Servings

  • 1 pound boneless, skinless chicken breasts
  • 1 small cauliflower head, trimmed and separated
  • 1 medium red bell pepper cut into small strips
  • 1 medium yellow bell pepper cut into small strips
  • 3 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon dry Cajun seasoning
  • 2 tablespoons red wine vinegar


  1. Preheat the oven to 375 degrees Farenheit
  2. Mix the ingredients together in 1 pan
  3. Put pan in over for 30 minutes
  4. Take out and enjoy!

Benefits of Cauliflower

  1. Boosts brain health
  2. Rich in Vitamin C and K
  3. Detoxes body
  4. Source of fiber and digestion

Tips for Working Out in the Heat

OH…The weather outside is frightful and this air condition is so delightful. I wish I was talking about a snowstorm, but NOPE, just the typical summer weather in the Big Easy. Don’t let the weather outside keep you from getting that workout in. Here’s some tips on how to work out despite the weather:

Drink that water!

Its important to stay hydrated and drink at least 8 ounces of water a day. It’s also a better alternative than sports drinks which are filled with unnecessary calories and sugar.

Go On a Sunset Run

One thing that doesn’t change is the beautiful sunset in Nola. Treat Ya’Self to an end of the day run in City Park or on the lakefront. It’s cooler during this time of day, but bring the bug spray with you.

Know Your Limit

On your workout journey, it’s easy to push yourself too far to meet that end goal, but keep your eye on the prize.  Your fitness journey should be about developing a better relationship with your body and part of that is listening to when it’s time to take a break.

Wear Light Clothing

Bright clothes in the summer are in style for a reason.  Wear the bright colors that reflect light instead of absorbing it like darker fabrics. Also, don’t wear heavy clothing that would make the outside workout unnecessarily difficult.

Take the Workout Inside

If you want to avoid the bugs and the humidity, take the workout inside. Come to our group training classes that are in refreshing air condition at Gernon Brown Rec Center in City Park.

Now that you have the tools to get a good workout in, what’s your excuse from getting active this summer?

Scatterbrained, Scatterbrained

Hi, my name is Kayla and I have a scatterbrain. I get excited about a topic and elaborate on that topic in my mind and before I know it, I’m somewhere else. The other day I was thinking about sleepovers I had with my cousins when growing up and this lead to me thinking about sleeping at an apartment in Suwanee, GA after Hurricane Katrina. Somehow that made me remember being at the hospital my mother worked for during Katrina, which then turned into reliving my days of playing Minesweeper because that is the only game we had access to on the computer. Sounds like one long run-on sentence.

Some people may call this just a train of thought, but scatterbrained sounds more fun! This way of thinking allows us to view life from many different aspects. I put myself in other people’s shoes and really dig deep to see another person's points of views. Have a scattered brain also means that you are passionate about many things. I go from wanting to cure cancer, ALS, to ending global warming, to wanting to be a blogger, food critic, and best selling author, all while making millions and traveling the world. Hey, at least I have goals!

The most important thing about my scattered brain, is that I love it. It's what makes me who I am and gives me the opportunity to think deeper and explore different narratives that I other wise would have no interest in. A few ways to control your thoughts without limiting your creativity is:

1. Know what you want and prioritize it

Sometimes less is truly more. It helps me to create daily to - do list and rank which task is most important.

2. Simplicity is your friend

Instead of allowing your thoughts to run on for hours, grant yourself the permission to have the thought and focus on the importance of it. Why is your brain thinking of this topic or action right now? Does that mean something? Were you influenced by something? How can it help your life?

3. Back off

Allow yourself to let your brain rest. I know, I know...that sounds impossible, but it's easier than you think. You see what I just did right there?! :) Sometimes distracting yourself is a good thing. It allows your brain to take a break from being disjointed.

So the next those thoughts start to roam free, ALLOW THEM to take flight. Just make sure you create some structure that embraces your creative spirit!

9 Go To Yoga Poses for Back Pain

Like many people, I have suffered from nagging lower back pain for years. I've come to learn that there are many causes for chronic pain in the lower back and depending on the individual, there can be a variety of solutions. In my own journey I have found that a yoga practice (combined with other forms of exercise) has given me lots of relief from this ailment. 

I will probably spend more time on this blog writing about my own ups and downs with back issues, but for now I'd like to enlighten you to some yoga moves to help those with similar problems. While there are hundreds of individual yoga poses, these are the ones I have found to be very effective in alleviating that dreaded lower back pain. These 9 Poses are great for relief, but if you want a comprehensive guidebook (complete with photo instructions), click here.

In the meantime, let's here are my go to poses:

Knees To Chest 

Lie on your back and draw your knees towards your chest. Breathe in and out squeezing your legs gently towards you on your out-breaths.


Starting in an all-fours position, move into cat pose by slowly pressing your spine up, arching your back. Hold for a few seconds and then move to cow by scooping your spine in, pressing your shoulder blades back and lifting your head. Moving back and forth from cat to cow helps move your spine onto a neutral position, relaxing the muscles and easing tension.

Seated or Standing Forward Fold

From a seated position with your legs extended forward, reach for your shins, ankles, or feet, bending at the hips. Instead of rounding your back, continue to reach your sternum forward, lengthening the torso. If this hurts your back, bend your knees as needed.

Child's Pose

Kneel on the floor. Touch your big toes together and sit on your heels, then separate your knees about as wide as your hips. Exhale and lay your torso down between your thighs. Broaden your sacrum across the back of your pelvis and narrow your hip points toward the navel, so that they nestle down onto the inner thighs.

Lengthen your tailbone away from the back of the pelvis while you lift the base of your skull away from the back of your neck. Lay your hands on the floor alongside your torso, palms up, and release the fronts of your shoulders toward the floor. Feel how the weight of the front shoulders pulls the shoulder blades wide across your back.

Camel Pose

Kneel on the floor with your knees hip width and thighs perpendicular to the floor. Rotate your thighs inward slightly, narrow your hip points, and firm but don't harden your buttocks.  Keep your outer hips as soft as possible. Press your shins and the tops of your feet firmly into floor.

Rest your hands on the back of your pelvis, bases of the palms on the tops of the buttocks, fingers pointing down. Use your hands to spread the back pelvis and lengthen it down through your tail bone. Then lightly firm the tail forward, toward the pubis

Lean back against the firmness of the tail bone and shoulder blades. For the time being keep your head up, chin near the sternum, and your hands on the pelvis.

Release the front ribs and lift the front of the pelvis up, toward the ribs. Then lift the lower back ribs away from the pelvis to keep the lower spine as long as possible. Press your palms firmly against your soles (or heels), with the bases of the palms on the heels and the fingers pointing toward the toes. Turn your arms outwardly so the elbow creases face forward, without squeezing the shoulder blades together. You can keep your neck in a relatively neutral position, neither flexed nor extended, or drop your head back.

Plow Pose



From Shoulder Stand, bend at your hips to bring your toes or top of your feet to the floor. Your hands can remain against your back for support, or you can clasp them together, keeping your forearms on the floor. Hold this as long as is comfortable to get a powerful stretch in your shoulders and spine. If this is too much, you can place a chair behind and you rest your feet on the chair.

Knee Twist or Spinal Twist


Starting in a seated position, bring your left foot outside your right knee. Extend your right arm up, hook your right elbow outside your left knee and look over your left shoulder. Hold for three breaths before repeating on the opposite side.

Thread the Needle or Pigeon


For Thread the Needle:

Lying on your back, bend both knees with the feet flat on the ground. Bend the right knee like a figure four, with the outer left ankle to the right thigh. Lift the left foot into the air, bringing the left calf parallel to the ground. Thread your right hand between the opening of the legs and interlace your hands behind your left thigh. Hold 2-3 minutes and then repeat on the other side.

For Pigeon:

From all-fours, bring your right knee behind your right wrist with your lower leg at a diagonal toward your left hip. Square off your hips toward the ground. Bend forward. Widen the elbows and place one hand on top of the other as a pillow for your forehead. Hold 2-3 minutes and then switch to the left side for 2-3 minutes.

Upward Dog + Downward Dog

For Upward Dog:

Begin by lying face-down on the floor with your legs extended behind you, spread a few inches apart. The tops of your feet should rest on the mat. Place your hands on the floor alongside your body, next to your lower ribs. Point your fingers to the top of the mat and hug your elbows in close to your ribcage.

Inhale as you press through your hands firmly into the floor. Straighten your arms, lifting your torso and your legs a few inches off the floor. Press down firmly through the tops of your feet. Strongly engage your leg muscles to keep your thighs lifted off the floor. Keep your elbows pressed alongside your body. Drop your shoulders away from your ears and lift your chest toward the ceiling.

Draw your shoulders back and your heart forward, but do not crunch your neck. If your neck is flexible, tilt your head to gaze toward the sky. Otherwise, keep your head neutral and your gaze directly forward.

For Downward Dog:

Start in tabletop and raise your hips so your body is in an upside down V position. Relax your head and neck and draw your inner thighs toward the back of the room. Spreading your shoulder blades apart will stretch your upper back even more, and reaching your hips up and back will help to open your lower back. Breathe for five to seven breaths.

Recipe - Shrimp Pasta with Tomato and Spinach

Last week I was looking for something light, but filling to make for me and the Ms. for Sunday dinner. I usually make pasta on Sundays as a sort of indulgence at the end of a long week. A big batch of pasta typically makes delicious leftovers and pairs well with a glass of wine. 

 Wine is good

Wine is good

When I stumbled across this recipe from Eating Well 101, I knew I was in for a treat! This Shrimp Pasta is flavorful and delicious. It's hearty and filling but not heavy like sauce-laden pasta can often be. 

Okay, enough preamble, on to the good stuff:

Serves 4-5


  • 2 tablespoons olive oil, 
  • 8 oz (220g) medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 1/4 teaspoon red pepper flakes
  • 1 teaspoon smoked paprika or more, to taste
  • Salt and pepper to taste
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Oregano
  • 1/2 Teaspoon Basel
  • 4 roma tomatoes, chopped
  • 1/4 cup fresh basil leaves, chopped
  • 6 oz fresh spinach
  • 3 cloves garlic, minced
  • 16 (440g) oz penne pasta
  • 2 tablespoons high quality olive oil, optional 


1. Heat a skillet at medium-low and add olive oil. Add shrimp, red pepper, oregano, basil, salt and pepper. Cook until shrimp is cooked through and tender.

2. In the same skillet, add chopped tomatoes, chopped fresh basil leaves, fresh spinach, and chopped garlic. Cook on medium heat about 3- 5 minutes until spinach wilts just a little and tomatoes release some of their juice. Remove from heat and adjust seasoning, if needed. Cover with a lid and keep off heat. 

3. Cook pasta according to package instructions, until al dente. Drain pasta and add to the skillet with the tomatoes and spinach. Reheat on low heat, mix everything well, adjust seasoning with salt and pepper. Remove from heat.

4. Once pasta and veggies are off heat, add grilled shrimp back and drizzle with good quality olive oil just before serving, for an extra taste! 

5. Enjoy!


Recharge With A Coffee Nap

Many folks have felt the struggle of trying to make it to the finish line during the work day. Or perhaps you've needed to take a break to recharge before your evening plans. Whenever that lull hits, you can harness the power of caffeine and sleep to get a boost of energy. 

Plenty of us can attest to the benefits of coffee throughout the day to keep us focused and alert. But did you know that if you combine that caffeine kick with a quick power nap, you can be even more invigorated? This might seem like a contradiction, but if you put them together and master the timing, you can unlock a super boost.

The science says that a caffeine boost typically takes 20(ish) minutes after consumption to take effect. Power naps, which are short bouts of sleep at strategic times, have long been known to help your memory, cognitive skills, creativity, and energy level. When you put these two together they are the perfect team.

It's the old Reese's conundrum:

How to do it:

In order to take a coffee nap, simply drink your cup of coffee (or any other caffeinated beverage of choice) and then immediately take a short nap. When you wake up, you will feel incredibly refreshed and alert.

Some tips to make this technique most effective:

  • Don't overdo it on caffeine - a normal cup of coffee will do it.
  • Make sure your nap is a short 20 - 30 minute quickie
  • You may have to try it once or twice before you perfect how to do it
  • Try to wind down as you drinking the coffee

I've done this dozens of times and I can't recommend it enough. Give it try and unlock the power of coffee naps!!!

  This little one gets it.

This little one gets it.