Thankful Thursday: heated yoga!

1 Sep

I’m thankful and super excited to share that I went to heated hatha yoga last night!!! It was amazing. It was an hr and 10 minutes long, I sweated A LOT and it only cost $7! What a deal. I feel sore in some great ways today (hello arm muscles). Yesterday after blogging I made a deal with myself. Either run or go to yoga. It was pretty humid out so I knew my run would be miserable, so yoga it was. They offer the same class on Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday evenings so having the option to not wait until Thursday is nice, and will hopefully keep me more movtivated.

I’m thankful for the cheese and crackers I packed in my lunch today. They hit the spot. The cheese is from a local dairy, and the multi-grain crackers compliment it so well.

I’m also thankful for the Cadbury dairy milk my parents brought back for me when they took a vacay in London. I love this chocolate, and it really helps at times (of the month) like today. ifyouknowwhatimean.

Lastly, I’m thankful that it is rainy today. I’m a little bit over the high temperatures that are in the 80s. Hopefully it will cool things down and make the weather a little more running friendly.

What are you thankful for today?

 

 

 

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