This week was more packed than a chipmunk’s mouth before hibernation!!!
Or my face before hibernation.
Lots of time with our noses in the books:
I got to see my cousin for a hot minute! She was visiting from Canada to check out some colleges in Boston (not Boston University though…*sadness*).
Fab breakfast and deep conversation with my friend, Lauren:
An exceptionally delicious wrap with roast beef, pepper jack, roasted vegetables, corn salsa, lettuce, tomato, and honey mustard:
Dinner with my dear friend Mai and her boyfriend (arguably the cutest couple I’ve ever known):
Fish tacos that were messy yet delightful:
there’s fish under there
A free Cyc Fitness class (aka my first spin class ever), compliments of Fit University founder, Sarah Gaines!
Sarah just became a “Cycologist” (certified spin instructor at Cyc), so she kindly invited me and my friend Cassandra to her first tribe ride!
didn’t know what we were getting into
taken aback by the special shoes
Like I said, I had never been to a spin class before, so I didn’t know what to expect…
…but, uh, Sarah kicked my ass. When that beat dropped and she went double time on the pedaling for two sets of 32 counts—HAHA. How. My quads are totally not adapted to moving that quickly for that length of time. Also, pretty sure I was sweating taco/I could still smell fish taco on my hands.
But the music, lights, and overall atmosphere were amazing, and I left feeling spent and sweaty as ever.
Thank you so much, Sarah!! You absolutely killed it, and I would definitely come back to #getcyced with you again.
St. Patrick’s Day was fun and festive with our (my friend Kristy and me) first Shamrock Shake ever!
I love mint. That thing was straight. up. SUGAR. I enjoyed it, but I honestly could not consume more than a quarter of it. ‘Twas a good experience though.
I had a large hunk of cornbread with turkey chili in the dining hall last night. Random, but good news.
Not so good news: I have three exams next week.
Good news: Five Minute Friday is here again! I’m talking about confidence, inspired by my breakfast convo with Lauren. Specifically, I’d like to know how you guys feel about being “useful” to others and how you feel about compliments.
Great news: This Sunday is Palm Sunday and next week is Holy Week!
Hope you all have a wonderful weekend ♥︎
So tell me:
Do you find that you need to be “useful” to others in order to be worthy of their time?
How do you handle compliments?
Have you ever tried a spinning class? Do you like spinning?
Have you ever tried a Shamrock Shake?