casual fridays.


i am oddly the most productive person at work this week, probably because i have a photoshoot coming up and will be gone for two days next week so i need to hustle. it’s surprising me though, since all i want to do is spend all my waking hours thinking about seattle, and all my sleeping ones dreaming about it. we’re going for a concert, and have somehow worked our way into hanging out with the band, which means i’m going to be my most awkward, embarrassing self. not like anyone expects any less of me. Jess knows and she’s cool with it, so polar bear paws will be out in full force.

i’m also full-on with getting my health in check again…again. another sore spot of commitment in my life. oopsie?! after girl’s night with Katey on tuesday and talking about our failing bodies, i knew it was something i needed to take responsibility for again. today i’m getting my body put back in place by my chiro – who is also a badass yoga teacher and teaches a foam rolling class at my studio. we found a few ribs out of place and my neck a mess. i also have more doctor and naturopath appointments coming up. my PCOS is acting up and i’m feeling like junk.

that means fitness is a thing again. i’ve been back to spin class at a few places recently, which means my butt hurts. seriously, those bike seats are no friend to anyone. last friday Ange bribed with brunch asked Brie and i to do doubleheader RPM and BodyPump classes at GoodLife Fitness, and let me tell you, i was moving slowly for a few days after. it was a good workout – my legs were weak from the bike, which made squats look a bit bambi-like. all the wobbles. thankfully, we did indeed go for brunch after. bribes are best when they are carried out in entirety.

is your email inbox full of coupons for Menchie’s Canada yet? i now have $5 off a cake, buy one get one 50% off, $1 off fro-yo…and a few duplicates. the froyo isn’t going to help my bathing suit look when i win that all-inclusive trip.

how’s your week been? tell me things!

this post was written as part of the GoodLife Fitness blogger ambassador program; all opinions expressed are my own.