I am not a yoga person. Not regularly at least. Yes, I went to a yoga farm in Spain (photo below) and yes I spent a weekend at a yoga retreat. I loved both experiences. Quite plainly I am a “yes” person. You can pretty much ask me to do anything that requires a plane ride and I’m on board. This might lead some people in the direction of risky behavior. But for me saying yes just means more stretching.
I read all the hype the hype about Lyons Den Power Yoga, a hot yoga studio in Tribeca and despite my yoga class ADD, I thought if I could even like it a little, a yoga class would be good for injury prevention. Oh and generally mellowing. You read this blog. You know I could probably chill out a little. Let’s just agree to agree.
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Hello from the train to DC! We’re heading down for the night since Matt is running the Cherry Blossom Ten Miler tomorrow. (#Jealous #HealMyAnkle).
I am keeping things honest with another weekly recap. This was a strong week for me. I showed up for a lot of exercise.
Yesterday, I mentioned I was making turkey meatballs. Well they were delicious and very simple so I wanted to share the recipe.
Oh hello! I was meant to be at the gym right now, but in a (not at all) startling turn of events I am on my couch.
Proof of physical therapy. These heathered leggings are from the GAP, FYI.
So, I selected “all of the above” on the multi-choice quiz of excuses (my ankle, worked late) and went to Whole Foods. I love the supermarket, even in Manhattan where any good grocery is obnoxiously crowded. The supermarket combines shopping and eating, I don’t see why everyone isn’t enamored (or maybe they are and that’s why there isn’t a free cart).