Friday Faves- 1/9/15

It has been a long time since I have done one of these! I know I said the same thing about my weekly meal plans, throwback Thursday, and many other things.

Everyday is weird. I wake up, get the girls up and off to school, and go to work. I come home and cook dinner,  go to the gym or yoga, read, watch TV, and go to bed. Normal. Normal, but strange and foreign to me. Every day we move through life and try to make the best of what we have and cherish it all. Like I said before, we are trying to live life to the fullest and make our lives count. So that is what we are doing.

So that being said, here are a few things that I have been loving and looking forward to this week…

downloadMy goal is to read at least one book a week. This one was pretty freaking awesome. Crazy, disturbing, and wild. If you haven’t read it, you should. I’m looking forward to watching the movie when my mind is in the right place for it. Right now I am reading Catching Fire (3rd time). Next week, I hope to begin reading Wild before I go see the movie for it.

Vinyasa-Yoga

My workouts—–Vinyasa Yoga- This is  usually a faster paced yoga. The  assanas (postures) flow  together in a series of movements that are synchronized with the breath. I love it! I got a Groupon for a local Pilates studio, so I have been checking out a lot of their classes. Vinyasa is one of them, but I have also taking some other fun and challenging Pilates classes. I have until the end of the month with that Groupon, then I will try something new. I also have my tried and true gym that I mix it up with. They have a day care there, and the girls love to go with me.

Date Night!!!

So we all love that, right? My gym also has a pretty cheap date night from 6-10 every Friday night. We have not been able to go for a long time, but now we will definitely start going back more often. Tonight we are going to try a new Sushi place. I am super excited!

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My favorite TV show…

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Have a great weekend!!!!!

2 thoughts on “Friday Faves- 1/9/15

  1. I find ‘normal’ to be good when you are trying to work through loss. Also, if you haven’t already read Gyllian Flynn’s other novels, DO IT.

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