3 on Thursday

My beau was not happy to be home last weekend when he was supposed to have been at a golf tournament.  Not gonna lie, I was actually looking forward to having a random weekend to myself.  That said, we mad the most of our weekend in the city and it actually turned out to be so much better than I could have hoped.  Definitely better than an alone weekend!  This weekend we have a wedding to attend as well as prepping our apartment for the market.  Should be a fun long weekend.  Hope everyone’s Memorial Day is as nice as mine is shaping up to be!

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Twice last week I ended up walking all the way home from work.  That’s actually more than 1/4 of the length of the entire island of Manhattan!  I wanted to take advantage of the nice weather and have the opportunity to clear my head and listen to some podcasts.  Along the way I spotted some fun street art, like this guy.

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I am totally drinking the 305 Fitness KoolAid.  Going to classes there has become a highlight of my weekend.  It’s certainly an indulgence, but I justify it by cutting back in other places and also by recognizing that it’s not the kind of class I could ever take at my gym.  I don’t care how great SoulCycle or Flywheel are…it’s not that much different than the spin classes offered for free as part of my gym membership.  This, on the other hand, is a totally different workout.  It’s just pure FUN.  When I leave the studio, my head is clear and there’s always a smile on my face.  And it makes me even prouder to be one of the #305Junkies when they do fun events like this weekend’s #TheOtherYou.  The class itself was the same, but they decked out the studio with crazy decor, had a selfie station, offered makeup/flash tats, served vodka punch, and had the staff in outlandish costumes. I love that they do things like that!  It made the process of sweating my face off way more fun.

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We decided to take advantage of the gorgeous weather on Sunday and had a park day.  We picked up tons of great snackies at the UES Whole Foods and camped out on The Great Lawn, soaking up the sun and [in my case] plowing through 4 magazines.  On the walk back we stumbled upon Bow Bridge.  I’ve only been there once in all my time in NYC, and it’s truly beautiful.