Ina Garten Pokes Fun At Reese Witherspoon's Healthy Habits: 'In A Pandemic I Do What I Can'

Look, it's a miracle I even get out of bed most mornings, and I don't mean that to sound sad... it's just the truth! These trying times have not been easy on many of us, and if I can wake up, do my job, take care of my kids and make it through the day without screaming at the sassy cashier at my grocery store, I consider that a win.

Do you know who else is just trying to get by these days? The one. The only. Ina Garten.

As you may recall, Ina has given us helpful pandemic tips before.

Remember back in April 2020 when she shared a cocktail tutorial using a martini glass the size of her head?

Ah, those were the days.

Now, we're in the early days of 2022 and things don't seem a lot brighter than they did back then.

Of course, some people aren't being as negative as I am — take human sunshine, Reese Witherspoon, for example.

Recently, the actress took to Instagram to share the healthy habits she wants to incorporate into her everyday life.

As you can expect, the habits were all great and would surely improve anyone's health.

Drinking lots of water, getting sunlight in and reading are all wonderful things we should all strive to do.

Except, there's one tiny problem... and it's called motivation.

I personally have been burnt out since May 2020. I don't have the energy to "better" myself or my habits — heck, I barely have energy at all!

Sure, I'd love to not binge watch Emily in Paris in bed every night and wake up with the sunshine kissing my face, but my lips need to be kissing a cup of coffee before I even make direct eye contact with anyone.

As it turns out, I'm (thankfully) not the only person that feels that way.

Food Network star Ina Garten was quick to reply to Reese's post in a refreshingly hilarious way.

"1. Drink more large cosmos 2. Stay up late watching addictive streaming series, 3. Stay in bed in the morning playing Sudoku instead of reading a good book. 4. Spend more time (safely) with people you love," she replied.

"In a pandemic, I do what I can!" the 73-year-old added.

Now I must raise a glass to Ina, and her honesty! It's not easy to admit that we're not doing our best, global pandemic or not.

And hey, maybe I'll try a bit of both — a little morning sunlight and a few large cosmos!