You’re your own best friend, but man can that relationship be toxic (your personal nicknames: Bumpy Rump, Lazypants).
Since you can’t live without you, here are some ideas to put things on the mend.
The new Remedy Teas’s Tea-Tox Facial at Vida Spa (2200 Westlake Avenue; 206-264-8432) deep cleans and exfoliates with Ayurvedic-based products prior to a green tea matcha/tulsi herb mask loaded with antioxidants to detoxify, calm, and stimulate the skin. (Mention DailyCandy for 25 percent off the treatment through February 1.)
Nutritionist Minh-Hai Tran (2901 Northeast Blakeley Street, suite 3b; 206-729-2633; firstname.lastname@example.org) will try to convince you that a Bloody Mary does not constitute a week’s worth of veggies. But you’ll feel better with the Bastyr-trained dietitian’s nondiet approach to your habits (she’ll even discuss happy hours) and picky palate.
You’re all for spooning, but what about cupping? Acupuncturist Derek Kirkham at Glow Natural Health Center (2719 East Madison Street; 206-568-7545) applies glass cups to acupuncture points to alleviate pain and symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, and congestion.
Strength train and tighten that big bottom under the big top. The School of Acrobatics & New Circus Arts (674 South Orcas Street; 206-652-4433) in Georgetown will have you toned from tumbling, soaring through the air, or walking a tightwire. Plus, each class is sure to make you grin.
After all, everybody needs some body to love.