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PROFILE OVERVIEW OF KRISTYMUCCI
70.2% of kristymucci's followers are female and 29.8% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 4.70%. The average number of likes per post is 406 and the average number of comments is 29.
Kristymucci loves posting about Fashion, Design, Lifestyle.
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GENDER OF ENGAGERS FOR KRISTYMUCCI
AUDIENCE INTERESTS OF KRISTYMUCCI
- Restaurants, Food & Grocery 83.05 %
- Art & Design 71.58 %
- Business & Careers 57.15 %
- Fitness & Yoga 50.78 %
- Travel & Tourism 45.81 %
- Home & Garden 41.81 %
- Photography 41.15 %
- Healthy Lifestyle 40.24 %
- Entertainment 37.81 %
- Beauty & Fashion 35.73 %
- Books and Literature 33.73 %
It’s my birthday! I was hoping to be recovered and well enough to go to @unsqgreenmarket this morning, but I’m still too fatigued to handle leaving my house (come on, covid). So here’s a picture of a present I’d have gotten for myself. I’m going to have a fine day, even though I’m stuck lying down and isolated. Friends are making socially distant visits, and I’m smiling a lot and I’m feeling very lucky. I am very lucky. I’m making my birthday wish out loud this year, and I think it’s actually an easy one to make come true: I’m wishing that everyone, really everyone, will wear a mask when they go outside. Promise me? It’ll make my birthday feel all right and, more importantly, it’ll keep lots of people safe and healthy. Take good care of yourselves, and of each other, friends.
I’ve been quiet on here and lots of sweet people are checking in, so here’s an update. Note: If you don’t feel like reading all this, the most important part is at the end. I’ve left my house only once since March 15. I was masked but strangers weren’t, and they weren’t minding social distance. Since May 10, I’ve had constant and debilitating fatigue and brain fog, the most intense chest pressure I’ve ever felt, and a shortness of breath that’s been very scary at times (talking isn’t easy). Some other symptoms: Headaches, nausea, aches, chills, shakes, pins-and-needles all over, dizziness, low-grade fevers, a cough, a sore and swollen throat, a bizarre fizzy feeling in my glands, my lungs hurt, and more things that strike at random. For several weeks, the only thing that felt okay was lying prone and counting my breaths (sitting upright took too much energy). My cognitive function is limited, and sometimes just responding to a text will take me hours and leave me exhausted, out of breath, and hit with a number of symptoms. And I’m a mild case. Just recently I’m able to be on my feet for 10-ish minutes without feeling terrible, the chest pressure has lightened up, I can talk a little bit more, I can sit upright. Progress! But I still have extreme limits. One day I felt almost normal, used my energy to vacuum and dust and make nettle soup (major craving), and spent the following week in bed with a terrible wave of symptoms. I desperately want to get back to being active (I miss dancing!), but I don’t really have the energy, and I’m too scared to attempt anything. Dreading relapses. I was previously very healthy, and I’m not old (I turn 35 on Friday, I think I’m still young?). Think about how much worse this could be for someone more vulnerable/high-risk. THIS IS THE IMPORTANT PART: From my window I see so many people walking around (I wish I could) and not wearing masks (I would never), and I want to kindly, but very firmly, urge everyone to pleasepleaseplease wear a mask and wear it properly. Let my situation be an example to make you take this seriously. It’s the easiest thing to do, and it makes a difference. Take care of each other, friends.
Small moments of joy. Every single one.
A perfect afternoon (even in isolation!), all thanks to my farmers. If you need some cheer, I’ve got extra today and am more than happy to share. Take good care, friends.
Yes, yes everyone knows I love chicories crazy amounts (it was @camporossofarm that turned my interest into a full-blown love affair), and I think most of you know I sometimes do extreme things, even travel, for my produce loves. In January, I went to Italy for a radicchio expedition with a crew of farmers and other chicory enthusiasts. I got to write about it, and I can honestly say I’ve never cared about a story more than this one. I think it explains all the reasons, big and small, for the radicchio obsession. (And it definitely gives you all the big-picture ideas that drive my constant shouting about supporting our small local farmers, which, now more than ever, we really need to do!) . Link in bio if you’re interested. Scroll for a mini photo album of the radicchio adventure.
Woke up with “think happy thoughts” repeating itself in my head, and this did the trick. I thought I’d share because maybe it’ll do some happy-making for you, too. From January: A sight that stopped me in my tracks and made me dizzy with hope while visiting farms in Italy. This was at the lovely and dreamy @lortofelice in Udine.
Some small things that bring me lots of cheer, even on a gloomy, drizzly, quarantine day. I hope your days are filled with whatever it is that brings you sunshine while we’re all indoors. Stay safe, friends.
Again with the chicories, but looking at them makes me happy and I hope it does something nice for you. Stay safe, friends.
The Grumolo chicories from @camporossofarm. I am hopelessly smitten. (I know I’m a broken record about chicories, but I just cannot, and will probably never, get over them because LOOK AT THEM! 💘)
My friends at @samascottorchards had this pear set aside and waiting for me just because they thought I’d love it (!!), and I’ve spent all day being extra smiley and feeling like I’m the luckiest. (And I put it on a pedestal because that’s what we do with things we treasure, right?)
I spent a week in Italy visiting farms, swooning over chicories, and generally floating around with hearts in my eyes. And!! I encountered someone (a farmer) who looks at produce the same affectionate way I do! I’m taking this as a good omen that someday I’ll be like him, and I’ll get to smile at produce that I’ve grown (ideally in Europe because, friends, I’m dreaming big here.) Swipe to see the uncanny similarity, and for what I really hope is a glimpse into my future. My moment of swooning was captured by @arie.mary, another dreamy farmer.
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