Today was Day 3 of my Bikram 30-Day Challenge and I feel like I’m about to slip into a coma, so this post won’t be very profound. I’ve only been eating healthy for 3 days, (which by my standards is just straight up sport eating for the week or two leading up to any sort of diet, [the "diet" by anyone else's standards would be eating like a normal human]) and already I’m like a thirsty person in the dessert, but instead of hallucinating a big glass of water all I see is this:
If you actually care about me at all, you know how much I love a marriage between bacon and sweetness, particularly chocolate, caramel, or maple.
This entire post is probably pretty concerning… in my defense I did eat a turkey burger today (for dinner! I ate other stuff, too). Please excuse any typing errors, as I’m pretty sure this is what dying feels like… maybe I’ll go eat something.
Lululemon sweatshirt, $138
I lived in Chicago for a few months this year in the fall, and it seemed like everyone was walking around in work out clothes when the weather was nice. I love work out clothes so this was fantastic. Sometimes I would walk around in my yoga pants and track sweatshirts even if I had no intentions of working out that day. I love work out clothes for a number of reasons: 1. I love stretchy pants- they accommodate fluctuating weight so well! 2. Wearing sneakers- it’s ideal because I can wear my old lady orthotics. 3. The image- wearing work out clothes says “look at me! Look at my active lifestyle! I run my errands while I drink a 6 dollar protein shake! I run on the treadmill while I listen to dance music on my iPhone!”
That last one sounded sarcastic. I wish it was.
Lululemon gym bag, $98
These Lululemon work out clothes are a nice way to add to your fabulous image. Personally, I can’t afford $98 yoga pants, but I hope to one day have enough disposable income that I can spend it frivolously on clothes that I will sweat in.
Lululemon astro pant, $98