Day 16 outfit (chosen because I wanted a break from biking in skirts):
I'm moving this weekend, and I'm not sure if I'm prepared and ready or underestimating what moving everything I own involves. Might be easier if I only owned my 30 choices. Yay for parents & friends who are o-so-nice to help! (I am not getting rid of my dearly loved clothes)
Day 15, the halfway point! Realistically, I am past this in outfits just not posts. I've also been attempting to wear outfits that are appropriate for biking to work at least sometimes, but on Sunday I move so I will be walking distance, which will give me a few more options. Conclusion: this is a halfway post but the challenge might get easier.
I tried Zumba for the first time tonight - fabulous, fun, and very very sweaty. Laughed a myself a few times, of course, but really really liked it!
(I learn so many random things trying to use numbers in my post titles).
yes, it is still warm and you might think I wouldn't need a scarf, but the AC at work is fixed and it's a tad chilly now...
It's possible I have a disorder called "touchy scarf"....as in, I cannot leave a scarf alone once I put it on and have to restyle it many times throughout the day.
I joined the Y recently have been loving it, really.
+great pilates class with funny teacher
+personal TV on fancy ellipticals and stairmasters
+personal trainer who showed me how to use the weight machines
+zumba! so excited to try it on Wednesday
I'm the bum in this situation just so we're clear. Sasha is the non-bum is who doing AWESOME with Kendi's 30 for 30 Challenge.
And the reason for being a bum (beyond my normal life) is that my dad went to a conference at a resort on Marco Island, and I got to tag along!
This was my general beach/pool uniform:
Marco Island is off the west coast of Florida, in the Gulf of Mexico, and despite people's fears, there was no oil whatsoever on the beach. However, there is a tropical depression coming through, which we were lucky enough to miss by driving home today.
Here's what I wore to dinner on our two tropical nights. Notice my fishtail braid, I thought it was appropriate for eating the fish my dad and co. caught on Wednesday morning. It was delicious!
And, yes it was really hot out, but I'm a girl who can't resist a cardigan. Plus, I had to cover up the wonky sun burn I got from trying to put sunscreen on my own back. Lesson learned.