Tiffani looked ready for a night on the town with the girls this week, we loved her pink crystal pumps and know you will too, so we searched for a similar pair you can steal!
We love these rhinestone platforms by Public Desire – platforms are still big news so don’t shy away from those high heels! These are a great dupe for the Versace Medusa shoes but for only $60! Wear them with an all-black outfit to really let them stand out. Make like Tiffani and add these to cart before your next girls night!
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Tiffani Thiessen shares her life
Even though Tiffani Thiessen is best known for her television roles, the part she takes most seriously is the role of mom.
She is constantly sharing new recipes and things she does with her son and daughter. A lot has changed since her days on Saved on the Bell, so it’s a big deal when she gets dressed up for a night on the town.
Her feed is typically filled with delicious-looking recipes, family photos, and even throwback photos of when Tiffani was a little girl.
Tiffani Thiessen credits exercising for helping her sleep
As busy as Tiffani Thiessen is with home, family, and Deliciousness, she still manages to get her exercise in.
Speaking with SELF, Tiffani said, “Exercise helps everything, and it 100% impacts my sleep. If I don’t get my normal exercise in, I see a huge difference in how my body feels later that night—it makes it hard to fall asleep, and I’ve found it messes with the quality of my sleep as well.”
Living in California has allowed her to get plenty of hiking in to keep up with her exercise routines. But like many people, Tiffani revealed that she needs to switch things up because she doesn’t like doing the same thing all the time. And whatever she’s doing seems to be working well for her.
During the coronavirus pandemic, Tiffani used to use her Peloton a lot. These days, though, she prefers going to a private gym. She said she missed the connection with people, and since the world has mostly opened up, she hasn’t done much with the bike.
Sleep and exercise go hand in hand for Tiffani Thiessen. She told the publication, “I need a good seven or eight hours of sleep. That’s like my hotspot. I can function on six, but with seven or eight, I feel like I can really power through the next day.”