So I think I finally got the new blog format situated how I want it—what do you think? I like that it’s a bit simpler and cleaner than the previous layout.
Even though it’s Sunday, I’m going to celebrate the positive—an extra hour of daylight in the evening! Woohoo!
Here’s a quick recap of what I was up to this weekend.
On Friday night, Chris and I went to The Knight’s Pub for dinner. This is a place that we frequented during the spring, summer, and fall months, but we hadn’t been much over the winter. Since it was a Friday in Lent, I went with the salmon burger. It was good and I loved the fresh toppings!
Saturday morning, I went to spin class. I’ve really been enjoying spin lately because the instructors have been incorporating some upper body work, too!
I’ve been using the Pear Sports App to track my workouts lately because it syncs right up with MyFitnessPal—very convenient!
Afterwards, I stopped at Dunkin’ for my first iced coffee of the season. (I realize it’s still technically winter, but you guys know what I mean!)
I sipped this while putting together a quick breakfast—two egg whites + one egg scrambled with peppers and onion and topped with salsa.
Later on in the afternoon, Chris left for Atlantic City for a bachelor party. That meant a Panera dinner for me! (I think I’ve mentioned this before, but I can never really get Chris on-board with Panera because he thinks the portions are too small.)
I enjoyed my dinner while catching up on some of my favorite trashy TV!
Today was filled with usual weekend things—grocery shopping and cleaning.
I also found time to paint my nails, which I haven’t done in a long time!
I went with Essie’s “Splash of Grenadine.” Even though the forecast says otherwise, I’m all about spring and warm weather and this color screams “spring time!” to me!
I hope you all have a good start to the week!
Iced coffee or hot coffee? I can only really do iced in the warmer months, but that’s all Chris drinks year-round!
How often do you paint your nails? I love the way it looks, but I get so frustrated when it starts to chip after just a few days! I added a “no chip” top coat, so we’ll see if that helps at all.