So, recently, my boyfriend and I went to the Denver Museum of Contemporary Art. Keep in mind, he’s a super artistic, creative mind that excels at things like design and abstract-thinking. I, on the other hand, love beautiful things and can appreciate the aesthetics of life, but I’ve never been a person who truly ‘gets’ art.
Happy Monday, Ramblers!
Hopefully your week, and your 2019, are off to a good start. I know life gets crazy busy, but sometimes curling up with a good book can really help you separate from all the hectic events in life. As a kid, I would read nonstop, going through almost a book a day during the summertime. My parents had to get me a kindle, and even then I’d wrack up the bills, spending countless dollars on each and every book I could get my hands on. I was an incredibly voracious reader, and great storytelling will always have a place in my heart. As an adult, I don’t get to read as much, but I’d like to incorporate more reading into my 2019 schedule. Below you’ll find my top five suggestions for good books to add to your new year reading list.
These last few weeks, I’ve been testing out different forms of cardio and workout classes to find my groove. As someone who has tried everything from running to hiking to pilates, I know that in order to connect to the exercise you’re doing, you have to find the right fit for you. Below you’ll find my suggestions on how to make cardio fun and some different ways to spice up your new year workouts. Enjoy!