To be honest, I don’t know what the relevance to it really is. Religious, cultural, or encouragement to drink on a weekday? All of the above? What do leprechauns and shamrocks have to do with a Saint Patrick anyway?
I know it’s politically incorrect but I had Lucky Charms for breakfast. Does that count?
Ever since my housemate Angel has gotten me into power yoga I’ve become addicted. After attending a few classes I couldn’t help but notice all the cute gear. I know, that’s the last thing I should be thinking about. I have my gym gear but I think the last time I really purchased work out clothes was in high school? Give or take a few tanks and shirts. Now that I complement yoga with my regular gym routine I’m running out of workout clothes. To some, the clothes you wear may simply be a superficial element of “being fit” but it’s so much more than that. When clothes become functional and well tailored I think it improves more than just a visual aesthetic. When you look good, you feel good. Walk a little taller, push those poses a little longer, stand a little firmer, feel a little stronger.
My new addiction soon led me to online window shopping. I’ve always been a fan of Lululemon and was introduced to it on our Santa Barbara trip a couple years ago but never had a reason to purchase much. Glenn bought me a hoodie from there solely because I planned poorly and didn’t have a jacket. Ever since then I never bothered to check it out. Now that there’s a store walking distance from me I think I’m more inclined to getting some gear (if only it weren’t so pricey).
So I have my cute purple mat but that’s pretty much the only thing I have.
Here’s what popped up on my wish list:
+YOGITOES BIG SKIDLESS MAT TOWEL So I could keep my mat clean and fresh.
+Black Walkabout Pants Love pants for yoga—it’s just more comfortable.