5 Things I’m Loving This Week
What’s going on in your world? I’ve got a busy Friday. A mammogram, a trip to harvest spruce tips for an upcoming food page article for the newspaper, a hair appointment and last but not least, happy hour with girlfriends. It’s been months since we’ve gotten together. I blame husbands and fiances.
Here’s what I’m loving this week and I’d love to know what’s on your list, put it in the comment section.
1. Free trials for premium TV channels
I’m watching too much TV as of late but one of the things I’m loving this week are free trials to premium channels.
Since we got rid of cable television five or six years ago, if it isn’t on Netflix, I don’t usually see it.
I currently have a 30-day free trial to CBS.
I’m using that to see the new version of Murphy Brown, a show I loved when I was a kid.
I also have a one-week free Showtime trial, which I’m using to catch up on my guilty pleasure, Billions.
Caution-the trailer includes foul language. Have you seen the show?
The practice, which is totally suited for beginners to yoga, features a couple of twists I haven’t done before.
I love finding new asana poses!
I also really am fond of twists. If you’re carrying around a lot of stress, I can’t recommend twists enough.
I always feel like I’ve wrung the stress out of my insides like I’ve wrung out a wash cloth. Twisting around eliminates every last drop.
Plus, the practice is led jointly by two instructors who seem to be friends also.
I don’t have any friends who practice yoga but if I did, this is what I imagine our practices would be like.
I’m not an affiliate for Yoga International. I’m telling you about it because I love it.
A subscription is $14.99 a month and I can’t believe I’m paying it but I do one of their practices pretty much daily.
Sometimes twice a day. And a single class where I live in Maine is at least $15, often $20.
Candace has a ton of free, quality classes on youtube. I would have stuck with Candace for all my yoga needs because I really like her style but I’m needing more challenge and more variety.
3. The latest issue of Cook’s Country arrived in the mail!
Cook’s Country is so useful. The recipes are reliable. I like that they explain all the steps. I can’t wait to dig in.
4. Free Gardening Supplies
My former boss and his wife are moving out of state so they are Kon Mari-ing big time. They gifted a bunch of clay pots and gardening tools to us.
5. I made an impromptu 30 second video when I had to stop at Wally World for supplies
Don’t laugh at my voice. Or, if you do, don’t tell me about it. I’m 49 but I sound like I’m 9.
Have a great weekend!