3 Ways To Enjoy Your Daylight Savings
“When is daylight savings this year?” It’s a question I often ask myself, because I absolutely adore daylight savings. I know I’m not the only one out there with an incredible love for daylight savings time—my good friend, Macaulay Culkin, is a fan, too! I asked Macaulay Culkin (who, again, is a dear, dear friend of mine) what he thought about daylight savings 2019, and he said “How do you keep getting this number? Didn’t we fire you last year?” Wow. Absolute chills. Enough about Macaulay Culkin—here are three ways YOU can enjoy daylight saving time as much as I do.
Create A Saved Daylight Loaf
- 1/2 cup all purpose flour
- 3 tablespoons molasses
- 1 tablespoon brown sugar
- 3 teaspoon salt
- 2 quarts saved sunlight.
The best part about this recipe (other than being vegan) is that it is oven-free and only requires a small bowl, a large bowl, and a loaf pan. Sift your flour into the large bowl to start, then grab your brown sugar and salt. Mix them thoroughly in the small bowl and add to the flour, being careful not to mix it yet.
Using the same small bowl, add your molasses and one-quarter cup of your saved sunlight, folding the sunlight in until the mixture is warm and smells like childhood summers. Once the nostalgia is in full bloom, whisk it into your dry ingredients until smooth.
This next step is critical: Whisk in the remaining saved sunlight in a steady 90-second pour. You want this to be an even pour, or your loaf is going to turn out cloudy. Pour your finished mixture into the loaf pan, making sure not to look directly into the loaf.
Let rest for two hours and enjoy!
This recipe can be adapted to make 24 cupcakes or muffins by adding 2 tablespoons of baking soda to the salt. If you make this recipe, be sure to tag us on social media so we can share your delicious daylight saving loaves with everyone.
Make A Radiant Skin Cream
Still feeling the lingering effects of your S.A.D.? This radiant skin cream will help get you through the cloudy days ahead by filling you with the loving warmth of the Sun. A simple ratio of 3:1:3 is all you need to remember to make this any time, and feel free to experiment!
- 3 parts cream base
- 1 part scent
- 3 parts daylight savings
Your cream base can be anything you;d like, from an unscented lotion to aloe gel to Mack’s Grease to cocoa butter. Whatever your skin reacts best to would be my suggestion. Nobody knows your skin better than Trevor Walz, The Skin Knower, but you know your skin second best, so do what is right for you. And do NOT listen to Trevor. Please. If you see him, you need to escape and not look back.
The scent is my favorite part. I like a warm vanilla, but other popular scents are rose oil, lavender, copper nitrate, or mixed berries. I suggest exploring your cupboards for dried herbs that smell nice to give your cream a satisfying, savory aroma to set you apart from some generic Bath & Body Works cream.
And finally, three parts daylight savings. I keep my daylight saving in glass mason jars for easy access and because they have a simple rustic charm. I’d suggest not storing it in plastic, or you get that gross residue. What do you keep your daylight savings in? Let us know in the comments below!
Simply take an empty container and add your ingredients in the above ratio in order: base, scent, daylight savings. Use a beauty stick to whip up your new favorite cream up until it is uncomfortable to look at. Store tight, and it should last 5–8 weeks. To use, apply liberally anywhere you feel affected by S.A.D., and feel the warm loving embrace of the Sun as it fills you with incredible unstoppable energy.
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