H5F4: Prepping for the Big Move

H5F4: Prepping for the Big Move

1. I Made it Back to Barre Class Remember when I went to my first Barre class? It was about a month ago and I unfortunatley haven’t had time to drop into another class. It was such a great workout, but I’ve just been so busy. I finally made it back last night and once again, it kicked my butt. I’m thinking about signing up for a weekly class when we get to DC. It would be a great way to…

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What I Read: June 2016

What I Read: June 2016

I haven’t had a ton of free time to set aside for reading lately, but I did manage to get 3 books in this month. I’m still way behind in my goodreads challenge, but I have high hopes for after the big move. I did manage to get two crossed off on my Great American Road Trip Challenge though. Once we get settled in D.C., I’ll have some free time again :) 1. Frannie and Tru by Karen Hattrup When Frannie…

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H54F: Moving Forward

H54F: Moving Forward

1. Photos from the Cedar Point Run & Ride 5k So I’m such a sucker for race photos. I love combing through the pages and pages of photos, trying to spot myself. I’ve never actually purchased them before, but I bought 3 shots from this 5k. It’s unfortunate that it was so bloody hot. As you can see, I was quite sweaty. Oh well. It is what it is. I really need to work on smiling for the cameras though. It’s…

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Learn to Cook With My 5 Favorite Youtube Chefs

Learn to Cook With My 5 Favorite Youtube Chefs

As you guys probably know by now, I’m a huge fan of cooking shows. I used to get my fix from the Food Network and Cooking Channel, but lately I’ve noticed that they seem to be airing more and more reality shows. They never seem to air cooking shows at night and we don’t have a DVR to record things during the day. Therefore I’ve turned to my roku and youtube for help. It’s surprising to me just how many…

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What I Read: May 2016

What I Read: May 2016

May was a bit of a slow month for me. I had a lot going on, so I didn’t get through as many books as I had hoped. However, I really loved those that I did read! 1. Justice for Sara by Erica Spindler When seventeen-year-old Katherine McCall awakened one morning to find her beloved sister, Sara, brutally murdered, her whole life changed in the blink of an eye. Kat was named the prime suspect and, on a string of…

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Weekend Snapshots: Run & Ride 5K at Cedar Point

Weekend Snapshots: Run & Ride 5K at Cedar Point

I’ve got two words to describe this past weekend. Exciting and Exhausting. 4 of my friends and I drove down to Cedar Point for the Run & Ride 5k. We drove down friday night and then got up bright and early for the race. As you can see, we had a bit of fun with my new camera. You can control it with my phone, so we took some high tech selfies before bed. The 5k began at 7:45 Saturday morning…

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Trolls, Yoopers & Fudgies: 24 Hours in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Trolls, Yoopers & Fudgies: 24 Hours in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula

Okay guys, get ready for the worlds longest post. Since we’re officially moving to D.C. in August, we’ve been trying to check off as many Michigan activities on our to-do list as possible. Ivan hadn’t been to the U.P. and I’ve only been a few times, so we knew it was a must. I left work early on friday and we made the 3 hour drive up to Mackinaw City for dinner. Mackinaw City is the northernmost city in the lower…

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