brrrr! It is a yucky, drizzly rainy day here in Winston-Salem. Perfect for sticking my keister on the couch and snuggling with the pup, watching endless episodes of How I Met Your Mother, playing on Pinterest, and letting a beef stew simmer on the stove.
Luckily, yesterday’s weather was a bit nicer for my meet-up with Lori & Michelle at Daveste Vineyards. But more on that tomorrow! I will share this picture real quick that Michelle posted on Instagram (and then I also posted it on Instagram after she sent it to me because it was just so darn cute. 🙂 ) Love these two women!
There is a dress at Boden called the Weekender Dress. I need it. Obviously.
Almost time for spring cleaning. Here are some tips! [fact: you know you’re an adult when you keep hoping for a warm, free weekend so you can do spring cleaning.]
Do you live in one of states that drinks the most beer?
The author of this article is getting blasted for her stance on gluten.
The cutest. SERIOUSLY.
Are you being too nice at work? According to that article, I am, in many instances.
Why thank you. Now I can that honor to my resume under the BYU section. Right next to “Writing Fellow.” <– that is true.
The Week in Fitness
S – rest
M – 30 min. elliptical
T – full body weights
W – 10 min run + 17 min elliptical (my body was just not feeling it! so i didn’t force it)
Th – Power Flow
F – 30 min easy elliptical
S – rest
My workouts were pretty off this week. I just couldn’t get any energy to really get in a solid workout and my legs felt like lead all week. I think maybe my legs were still sore from the 10K? Oh well. Sometimes my body just demands a break.
What’s your state known for? I grew up in Utah, which is known for (a) Mormons, (b) skiing (“Best Snow on Earth”, (c )strict alcohol laws [see (a)], (d) being just about one of the prettiest states in the country (I am biased), and (e) friendly people [also see (a)].
North Carolina, where I live now, is known for (a) BBQ, (b) college basketball, (c ) tobacco and (d) proximity to the beach and “mountains.” (with quotations, yes. See Utah (d).)