Fashion Blogs vs Running Blogs (I Know Which Ones I Find More Reasonable)
Yesterday was a cross training day for me. Usually Adam and I go to the gym together on my XT days, but he was taking an off day so I had to go alone. Since I had no one to keep me entertained, I had to do it myself by varying up my activities:
- 15 mins stationary bike
- upper body weights
- 15 minutes stationary bike
- 15 minutes elliptical
Earlier in the day Adam and I finished our Christmas shopping (mostly) and then I went to meet my grad school BFFs for an early dinner. They are seriously the best.
One brought me homemade cookies made with Godiva chocolate chips, beautifully decorated by my favorite four year old.
Adam immediately began eyeing the cookies up when I got home, so I suspect I won’t be eating them.
As if the cookies weren’t enough, my other friend bought me a shiny new keyring:
I really like fancy keyrings. When I started driving I was given a keyring from Tiffany’s and ever since then I have always used a fancy keyring.
Speaking of fancy things, I’ve been thinking about upgrading my wardrobe. Right now I have a billion sets of running outfits and a billion sets of jeans/shirt combos with a few dresses mixed in.
I’m pretty lucky because I get to wear jeans to work almost every day, but it’s possible that I could kick things up a notch.
I started reading some fashion blogs over the weekend and I just have to ask … where do these people get all their money from?!?!?! $200 for a simple shirt???
I’m just gonna have to stick to reading running blogs where people tend to make much more reasonable decisions…. like to run really long distances for fun (sometimes in the freezing cold and sometimes in the sweltering heat). Much more reasonable!
Where is your favorite place to shop for casual clothes? Especially tops that cost less than $200 🙂