Its time for an update!
My 38th birthday is fast approaching, and I think I may need an extension on the last few 37in37 items! Maybe I can call it 37in38andahalf. That would give me through November to knock these last few out!
37in37 #26: Go to a concert with my husband. We have not been to a concert in soooooo long. I think since we were dating. We went to the I Love the 90s tour in Greenville with another couple. I saw it was coming to Charlotte in September–highly recommend!
37in37 #1: Ride the Fury at Carowinds. I tagged along with our church youth group a few Sundays ago to knock this one out. It was pretty scary…but I think I will end up riding it again this summer. We have season passes, and Brody is tall enough to ride everything this year!
37in37 #18: Pick berries. This was a fun family outing…you can read more about it in THIS POST.
37in37 #36: Get fitted for a bra. Did you know that 78 percent of women are walking around in the wrong size? Most women wear a cup too small and a band size too big! Do yourself a flavor and get fitted!
37in37 # 14: This was supposed to be smoke a hookah, but that is gross, so I turned it into go on a pedal tour. Because pedaling around Nashville, drinking beer, and singing at the top of your lungs is not gross. It’s awesome. 🙂
37in37 #34: Hold a handstand for 10 seconds. I am folding on this one. Yes, I promise I will keep practicing. But my best is about 8 seconds and I am so good with that.
Walk in the Crohn’s and Colitis Walk I switched this one out as well, because it was too far to travel. I decided to switch it to another charity, Tunnel to Towers. My husband and I raised $200 and climbed the Duke Energy building…50 flights of stairs. You can read more about Tunnel to Towers by checking out THIS BLOG POST.
Not much left…thanks for giving me a little leeway and letting me extend my journey!
Have an awesome Saturday! Check out my teaching schedule and come do some yoga next week with me! xo
It has been a while since I posted about some of my favorites….Here are 7 things I’m digging right now…
- Dill pickle cashews. I snagged these from Target. I am very thankful they come portioned out…they are that good!
2. Hot pink nails. I love bright cheery colors this time of year.
3. Stuffed avocado from Viva Chicken. I sub the quinoa for feta. because feta makes it betta.
4. Plexus body cream. This stuff is amazing! It has spirulina algae and activated charcoal, so I use it on my body as an all over lotion. I can see the sun spots on my legs and arms starting to lighten up! Here is the best part…I started putting a drop in my hair before I blow dry it. I don’t even have to use a straightener, it leaves my hair so soft without being weighted down.
5. I totally stole this “cereal” idea from Low Carb Traveler, one of the blogs I read. I switched it up just a bit though. I use a 1/2 cup of pecans, a 1/2 cup of cottage cheese and 1/4 cup of blueberries. This power breakfast can carry me to lunch, through my own workout, and teaching classes all morning!
6. Boost Lip Balm. Totally in love with this….It came in my Birchbox and I will be ordering again very soon! It gives your lips lots of shine and just a hint of color.
7. Vanilla seltzer water. Yummmmmmmm. This is my new “dessert” every night. This same brand makes an orange vanilla that tastes like a dreamsicle.
I would love to hear from you! What are your favorites right now?
It is hard to believe that I have made it 37 years without picking berries. I’ve picked fruit from trees, but always want to pick berries. I added it to my #37in37 list and last weekend we went!
We were sure where to go, but a quick google search for closest farms brought us to Wise Acres Organic Farm.
Wise Acres is a family owned u-pick organic strawberry and pumpkin farm in Indian Trail. They are a USDA Certified Organic farm and grow berries using only natural methods to ensure the healthiest and most delicious produce.
I promise Brody was excited to pick berries. LOL.
We each got a container…they have bigger ones, but we each wanted to have our own. The strawberries are $3.29 a pound when you pick them yourself.
We had to stop and see the goats…So cute! They also had chickens, bunnies, hayrides, and a couple of playgrounds.
The pear tree didn’t have any fruits, but we are going to go back when they produce later in the summer.
We washed up and started picking! You want to pick berries that are red all over, and get them with the stem still on.
Close up photo.
Mommy/daughter selfie before we headed home!