In honor of the New Year’s holiday, I thought I’d post a “What I Wore Wedesnesdy” picture, since I’m all dressed up and ready for our celebration up at the lake. The lake is not a fancy place. At all. So I’m not very fancy in my attire this year, but hopefully still festive and a little sparkly.
I pulled out an old silver, sparkly cardigan that I’ve worn many a New Year’s eve, and paired it with a long tshirt that I bought last year at Forever21 (I think). The shirt says, “We stay up all night”. Not that I will. Stay up all night that is. But the sentiment is nice on a holiday that celebrates a late evening. And I topped the outfit off (or bottomed the outfit, when you really get down to it) with a pair of sterling corduroy leggings from Macys (they happen to be new). Add a good old stand-by necklace, my regular bracelets and sparkly gold “smokey eye” and I was set.
Now that we’ve gotten the trendy part of this post out of the way, on to the other New Year’s news at hand. There is a great yoga challenge being put on by Yoga International. They are calling it the 30 for 30 Challenge – 30 minutes of yoga for 30 days with 30 different classes. And it’s all free. And you can do it at home. It’s like the trifecta of challenges. Several of my friends and family are going to take part with me. And we’d like you to do it with us too! We’ve started a Facebook Group page (that’s secret and you’ll have to be invited to it), so we can (most importantly) motivate each other and (second most importantly) remain accountable to one another. It’s a great way to start of the new year. Especially since I think I’ve gained about 700lbs this last month, since I was sick and couldn’t work out.
If you want to take the challenge with us, leave me a link to your Facebook page in the comments below or if you don’t want to share that publicly, my email address is listed in the blog bio and you can send it to me in a private note. Then we’ll add you to our Group page and we can all do this together. Come join us on this journey! We’d love to have you. And happy New Year to you one and all. And as always, you’re welcome.