My faves!

Happy Tuesday!

I hope this finds you well on this beautiful day in life!

I was thinking over the last couple of weeks of the things I LOVE as I started a daily gratitude journal and I decided to share just a few things and maybe you might LOVE them, too!

My current fave exercise is Barre3. I try to go a couple of times a week or more if I can fit it in because the workout is great and the community is pretty special. I think I look pretty good, too! 😉

My fave romantic song is by the Civil Wars called, “To Whom it May Concern”. It’s such a sweet song and story…

My fave running song is by Bag Raiders called, “Shooting Stars” this song makes me run faster and smile harder!

My current fave restaurant is Chaia for their tacos (the mushroom one) and juices (pear juice!)

My fave coffee spot is DogTag Bakery in Georgetown for their coffee and friendly staff.

Fave book right now is Marianne Williamson’s “Return to Love”. I am listening to it right now as I need to hear her speak it to me. I love listening to her talk.

My favorite place in DC is not even in DC, it’s the view of DC across the Potomac on the Virginia side looking towards the monuments (between the Key and Memorial Bridges). Every time I leave the city, I love flying back and seeing the city below me and the cab ride back home and I also love running and stopping to take a glance at this view.

My fave season is the fall (because it’s awesome and it because it’s my birthday this time of year!)

My fave European city is Amsterdam and London is quite close! (It’s a good thing I am going back in the fall!)

My fave part of the day is right when I wake in the morning and usually at around 5:30am.

My most recent fave location to teach in was at the H Street corridor Maketto. Totally cool place to hang out and drink on coffee and have a good meal and shop!

I hope this might encourage you to reflect on the many joys you have access to right now in your life. They are the simplest but the #BEST!

I wish you only the best on this beautiful day!


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