You work, you cook, you clean, you do it all. How do you reward yourself? Juggling life can be tough and as busy parents, it’s especially hard to work time in for yourself right? I’m happy to be teaming up with Ristorante by Dr. Oetker, my all-time favorite pizza company, to help us focus on some ME TIME!! This might have been one of my most fun blog posts ever as I really needed some me time.
What is your favorite thing to do when you have 10-30 minutes or a few hours of alone time?
Ristorante has a great sweepstakes titled “Love Yourself Amore” going on right now where you can win some fabulous prizes for some “Me Time”, and I’ve designed some pretty Free Printable Wall Art to hang as a reminder to take some much needed time for YOU!
I had fun carving out some “me time” this week with a few of my favorite things… wine, pizza, creating art, and catching up on my shows. Just looking at the photo makes me want to make this a regular event! I’m telling my kids there will be more mommy me time, so when they see me with headphones on and my slice of thin and crispy Pizza Speciale, they better back off. ha!
Enter to win… reward yourself for all your hard work with some much-needed Me Time!
Create your own Me Time Meme over at the Ristorante website and share it for a chance to win gift cards for house-cleaning services, landscaping, chef-prepared meals, grocery delivery and more. One lucky Grand Prize winner will receive the SERVICE OF THEIR CHOICE for one year!
I hope you enjoy these four pretty works of art for you home! Hang them someplace to remind you to take some time out for yourself.
All printables are letter size, designed for 8×10 frames. Click a link below to download and print!
- Do More of What Makes You Happy
- Tea Time is Me Time
- There’s Always Pizza
- My Favorite Time is Wine O’Clock
For personal use only.
Get more inspiration on our Me Time Pinterest Board!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of Dr. Oetker USA LLC. I received compensation for this post; however, all opinions stated are my own. Pizza and tea watercolors by Freepik.