Thursday, February 4, 2010

Thursday Thoughts

1. Is anybody else really obsessed with Honestly, I've only ever ordered one dress off their website- but I find myself perusing through their dresses almost DAILY. I'm searching for bridal shower/bachelorette/rehearsal dinner dresses and its almost become an obsession with finding the right dress! Modcloth has great prices on really unique pieces.

PS: if anybody knows the dress # or where I could find this white BCBG ruffle halter dress I would love you forever:

2. Bikram yoga is going really well. Some classes are better than others (aka I want to die more in some, only a little in the good ones). I keep seeing this 101 day Bikram challange online- and I wish there was something like a 30 day challange starting soon. I need something/someone to keep me accountable. I've been going 4-5 days a week but lets get real I have the time to go after work everyday I'm just lazy! I keep telling myself the membership is really expensive so I'm wasting money if I don't go and that usually works. I
will say its just like any other exercise- the hardest part is getting in the car and driving over to the studio. Once I'm in the room I don't have to think about anything, I just listen to the instructor for 90 minutes.

3. Thank goodness its my Friday! This was a long week and I'm happy its over and done with.

Welp thats all for today folks! I'll leave you with one of my favorite pictures of me and my D-man...



  1. I just found Modcloth and love it too! :) I may be getting a dress off there for our engagement session we have in March. That's great you're going to the bikram classes still. They're pretty intense, but what a good detox, stretching, and if you want to loose weight quickly do that two to three times a month... problem solved :)

  2. y'all are too cute! i have to check out modcloth...i'm currently on and it's like hurting my head. literally ten thousand dresses.

  3. You are PRECIOUS! I love that BCBG dress. I'm also an avid "yogi!" I've never done bikram yoga but am interested in trying it! I do Vinyasa or Pranavayu which is founded by the guy that teaches here in Boston and focuses on breathing to get you into the painful, contortionist positions.