-Kept my boyfriend’s birthday gift a secret for a whole month and surprised him with a kayaking trip through downtown Chicago!
-Kept eating right, kept exercising, kept losing weight.
-Took a sick day and felt better for it. It’s hard to know when you are really sick and when rest will fix it. Hint: rest will always fix it.
-Schedule group personal training and other exercise opportunities (read: hiking, dancing) for the upcoming months
-Stay one day ahead of schedule so flying to a wedding this weekend is zero stress
-Really, TRULY stay up to date on the blog
-meet my blog goals. Sorry for the inconsistency, guys!
-My Climb Like a Girl program is almost over. I need to set a new personal challenge.
-I laughed for hours with my family
-Shared banana pancakes with people I love
-Run! Bike! Walk! Hike!
-Build new Rituals
-Clean my apartment/ my life
–Make a playlist for my grandpa’s birthday party
-Spend quality time with my family
-Write three new music-centric blog posts*
-Visit this theme park or the Exotic Feline Rescue Center while in southern Indiana
Back to School
5 Podcasts to Listen to on Your Roadtrip
Final Days of Summer
Unexpected Party Playlist
Vacations: Good, Bad, and Beautiful
-Partook in a fancy AF wine tasting (only after listening to this Gastropod episode about wine through the lenses of a sommelier)
-Finally watched “Get Out”
-Successfully used transit systems in two cities; also successfully used transit between the hours of 12 a.m. and 2 a.m. from O’Hare airport to the south side of Chicago.
-Keep posting on the blog each day during this busy week. Share music with you!
-Reconnect with old friends I haven’t spent time with in years
-Stay extremely active (like, walk through the labyrinth pictured above) and eat right in order to counter the late nights I will surely be having
-write a post about Hamilton!
-go to the beach
-see the Redwoods
Over the weekend I…
-was soaked to the bone by a surprise rainstorm
-spent time outside each day
-finished the book I’ve been reading
This week I will…
-start a new book
-visit my family