Perspective: What are you missing?

Perspective: What are you missing?

I’ve been slowly making my way through ‘On Looking: A Walker’s Guide to the Art of Observation’ by Alexandra Horowitz and have been absolutely entranced by the idea of hidden worlds that most of us miss.

In this post, I’m diving into one simple way you can practice mindfulness while out for an ordinary walk.

It’s easy, I promise!

What I read: February 2021

What I read: February 2021

February was a weird month for me. I feel like I hit a pandemic wall and struggled to find books that could keep my interest. I had two books I started but didn’t finish, which is highly unusual for me! I usually try to tough it out unless a book is really, really bad.

That said, I did still manage to read five books, including what might be one of my favorite fiction books for the entire year! (Yes, I know it’s only the beginning of March.. but I feel pretty strongly about this.)

Without further ado, let’s get to it.

QUESTION: What are you looking forward to?

QUESTION: What are you looking forward to?

fter being inspired by Grace Atwood of The Stripe (who was inspired by Cupcakes and Cashmere), I wanted to pass this question along to all of you:

What are you looking forward to?

With all of the uncertainty and anxiety of the past year, it’s nice to pause a moment and just daydream about what’s to come. Good things. Fun things. New places. Adventures.

In this post, I’m sharing four things I’m looking forward to!

What I read: January 2021

What I read: January 2021

January 2021 proved to be a big month of reading for me! Though to be fair, some of these were started in December, but took me a while to finish.

I felt like I had a really good mix of books this month, ranging from mythology to self-help to classics.

Here’s the list:
-Open Book by Jessica Simpson
-Pizza Girl by Jean Kyoung Frazier
-The Murder of Roger Ackroyd by Agatha Christie
-Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man by Emmanuel Acho
-Daring Greatly by Brené Brown
-Norse Mythology by Neil Gaiman
-Let’s Never Talk About This Again by Sara Faith Alterman
-Where the Crawdads Sing by Delia Owens

Let’s dive in…

PRODUCT REVIEW: Bala Bangles wrist & ankle weights

PRODUCT REVIEW: Bala Bangles wrist & ankle weights

If you follow anyone in the fitness world on Instagram, odds are you’ve seen Bala Bangles. The weights, which can be used on either your wrists or ankles, are cute, colorful, and super photographable.

But at $49 for the 1 lb set, Bala Bangles are on the pricier side of ankle and wrist weights. So.. that leads to the question..

Are Bala Bangles worth it?