Last night I headed to Buddha B for a bit of a stretch. After a big run on Sunday, I was feelin’ a little tight.The class was good, but not great. We spent a solid 5-10 minutes working on headstands, and I mean, who needs to do headstands? I would rather go for a bit of tree pose myself, but I guess you can’t have everything your way. Plus we did a fair amount of chanting which I think is sort of freaky.
Nonetheless, my quads and hips thanked me. Plus, going to a later class (8 pm to 9:30) was sort of nice — soothing, really. If I was more Zen I would practice yoga every night before bed because it’s so calming…
BUT I don’t think I actually really like yoga. I’ve been trying to like it for about a year and a half now, and it’s just not growing on me. This is my last week at Buddha B (I bought a LivingSocial deal for a two-month membership), and I’m not sure if my yoga career will come to a complete close after this.
My culinary career is really kicking off, though! I attempted to make the same chili Anthony did last week, and got pretty close. I am quite proud. Mine has more vegetables which makes it, admittedly, less tasty. And despite the fact that I dumped a gallon of cayenne in it, it just doesn’t bring the heat his does.But, let’s focus on the positive: It’s edible! It’s pretty good!
I feel lost writing this post because I didn’t step outside this morning at all — which, by the way, makes it very difficult to dress myself. Usually I have an insider’s tip on the weather for the day so I know whether to wear the cardigan, the short sleeves, the capris, or the pants. Climate guessing is extremely stressful. I should have been a weatherwoman.
- Do you like yoga? Why/why not?
- Topic: Honey Boo Boo. Go.
- Are you a morning exerciser or an evening one?
- Which is better — white chicken chili? Beef chili? Vegetarian chili?