I’m finally on the mend from the flu. it has taken forever to start feeling like normal again. Talk about frustrating! I hope to get back into my training this weekend, if I feel up to it. It’s nice to be back blogging again…
Here are five of my favorite things this Friday!
To say I am obsessed with this brand is an understatement. I first discovered Oiselle while browsing social media one day, and knew I just had to try their clothing! The message behind the brand and the quality of the clothing speak volumes. How could you not fall in love with Oiselle after reading this message from the CEO: And thus the name Oiselle (pronounced wa-zell). A French word for bird, it alludes to that feeling of weightlessness that most runners know and love. That sense of flight – when the legs go fast and the heart goes free.
My favorite piece, so far is the Flyte Long Sleeve (shown in the photo above) The fabric is so incredibly soft, seamless and sweat wicking… it’s fantastic. I just placed another order for my Boston Marathon outfit!
Wild Friends Sesame Cranberry Peanut Butter
I first saw Wild Friends on the show ‘Shark Tank’ and I love their Peanut Butter! The Sesame Cranberry is their newest flavor and it’s delicious… plenty of crunchy sesame seeds and dried cranberries in every bite. They are so creative with their flavors and packaging. They also sell Almond and Sunflower Butters.
Aren’t these gorgeous? I found these at Trader Joes a few weeks ago, and not only do they look beautiful, but they smell heavenly. We have had such a long winter here in Boston, these flowers get me thinking Spring!
Burt’s Bees Natural Honey & Lemon Throat Drops
Since I am still getting over the flu, I thought it would be appropriate to highlight my favorite throat drops. I really like these drops because they don’t have artificial junk like most other drops at your local pharmacy. They also have a great taste, that’s not overpowering. I highly recommend them for getting over a cold.
(especially this one)
This quote tells you to be honest with yourself and believe. Far too often I have struggled with believing in myself. This quote really hits home.
Have a great weekend!