Cleaning up a local park with fellow November Project peeps. Who knew that digging and mulching would be so exhausting?
As I was cleaning out my room this weekend, I stumbled upon a few gems. First up, a Fabletics coupon from the Blend Retreat back in May. Fabletics is an online subscription program that sells women’s athletic gear and accessories. The outfits mimic Lululemon and Athleta with lots of tank tops, comfort-fitting sports bras, and yoga pants galore. They even have you answer a questionnaire about the types of workouts you participate in most or lifestyle habits and offer personalized outfits based on this information. Becoming a VIP member also has its perks –> 1) personalized activewear, 2) up to 40% off complete looks, 3) 20% off all separtes, 4) free shipping on orders over $49.95, and 5) easy returns and exchanges (always a winner).
I completely forgot about this coupon card and nearly tossed it into the trash. How many pieces of athletic gear do I really need? No, don’t answer that please. One thing led to another and I was signing up for a Fabletics account and just so happened to find this beauty.
Now I’m not sure I should be signing up for any monthly programs right now but one more pair of capris can’t hurt, right? For a more detailed blogger review, check out A Foodie Stays Fit’s take on Fabletics fun.
Just helping out as a seat filler for CNN’s annual Heroes show at the Museum of Natural History. This truly was an inspiring event. Each year, 10 or so individuals are selected as heroes for the causes they created or support. This year’s host (and maybe every year) was Anderson Cooper and the place was filled with oodles of other celebrities and everyday people who change the world. Be sure to tune in on Sunday December 7th for some inspiration and as a bonus, you might spot me at one of the front tables!
Of course getting tickets for the first showing of the Hunger Games. #teamgale
Client dinners call for one epic 20-layer cake (note, even with 12 people, this could not be finished!)
While this was chocolate and peanut butter concoction was absolutely delicious, the super rich treat my have have contributed to the poor sleep I got last Thursday. Well, it may have been that plus the cheese + salami place, wine, and other oodles of dessert but what can you do? Let’s just say clean eating during the week doesn’t really prep you for those splurge meals and my stomach was not too impressed.
(I seemed to have drafted this post a few weeks back, so the view of the park is obviously a little different…I’ll check in with an update – far fewer leaves and if we are lucky, a bit of white)
Spending a fun-filled Saturday with my mom and some old family friends. Nothing like spreading the holiday cheer in Rockefeller Plaza.
“They always say time changes things, but you actually have to change them yourself.”
– Andy Warhol