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    Inside Designer Tylynn Nguyen’s Morning Routine

    LA-based creative TyLynn Nguyen, oozes with positive energy and carries herself with the kind of poise that impresses us all the more knowing she’s an active mama of three. We recently featured this beautiful brunch in celebration of Nguyen’s new lingerie line and wanted to know more about the natural beauty’s daily routine.

    Check out a typical morning for TyLynn including her commitment to gratitude, reliance on intuition, and obsession with a good bottle of organic face oil. Snag a simple recipe her whole fam loves…

    My alarm is set for:


    I can't start my morning without:

    a prayer

    Breakfast is usually:

    a banana or fasting

    Favorite morning beverage is:


    Daily uniform this spring:

    Manolo mules, denim, t-shirt

    My favorite moment in the morning is:

    When my kids run into my room saying, “Morning, Mom!”

    On the best mornings I...

    Am laughing and not on my phone first thing.

    I am working by:


    Mornings are usually filled with:

    kids, laughing or screaming

    I get my creative juices flowing by:

    Saying this prayer: “God thank you for this life. Fill me with your glory and lead my steps!”

    Healthiest daily habit:

    Drinking a ton of water.

    Currently obsessed with:

    Cleansing my face with a cleansing oil in the morning followed by a light face oil. My favorite is Cocokind’s chia oil.

    Usually listening to:

    Little Dragon

    Favorite morning distraction:

    my phone

    Always thinking about lunch at:

    10am, ha!

    Current mantra:

    Follow your still small voice.

    Recipe I'm making:

    Vegetable Noodle Soup (see below!)

    Vegetable Noodle Soup
    Serves 2-3


    4 large carrots
    1/2 white onion
    4 celery stalks
    1 whole potato
    chicken broth
    macaroni noodles


    Chop all vegetables. Add chicken broth (enough to cover) and season with salt and pepper. Boil for 35 minutes.

    Boil macaroni noodles separately, for 9 to 11 minutes (or follow package instructions). Once cooked, add to soup pot. Let sit for 10 minutes.

    Serve and enjoy.


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