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Another week of hustle and grind and all the rewards that come with that hard work! I’m celebrating a lot this week…
- My gir l launched a BOOK! She’s now AN AUTHOR! Shut the front door! Yup! Proud momma over here! If you want to learn more about Teen Boss Code, watch THIS.
- I launched another program to help you find that HAPPY MOJO you’re supposed to have. I mean, who doesn’t want to just live without any bs, without baggage, and have JOY? I will be sharing more about that in future posts but you can definitely check out my 7 Days On Purpose.
So yes, every day I’m hustlin. (wink!) All good stuff like I said.
This past week, temperatures have dropped and although I’m not jumping on the fall bandwagon just yet since I’m hanging on to these last few weeks of summer, but I was in the mood for something richer, creamier, less fruity and tropical.
This easy drink I created is rich and creamy and sweet. Consider it even a dessert drink. If that’s your cup of tea, then this is for you. It does take some specialty liquors, but I promise you, it’s so worth it!
Caramel Butterscotch Tini
- 2 parts Rumchada
- 2 parts Butterscotch liquor
- 1 part Caramel vodka
- Werthers Original Caramel Candies
- Butterscotch candies
- Caramel syrup
In a small baggie, combine the hard candies and crush to crumbs as fine as possible. Line the rim of your glass with caramel syrup and then dip the glass into the plate of crushed candies for the rimmer. Set aside. Fill a shaker with ice. Pour all the liquids into the shaker and mix well. Pour into the glasses. Enjoy!
By the way, this top is SO cute. It mixes a few of some trending elements I’ve been buying for the current and upcoming season: ruffles and more cold shoulder. It was part of the #NSALE and it’s now 50% off, under $25! I’m thinking about getting it in other colors!
The one thing I’m thinking about this weekend is hurricane Irma and all who are in it’s path. I pray for God to watch over everyone. My thoughts are with everyone there. God be with you.