Yoga mat, Yogi tea and some sweet printed leggings. These 3 make me smile.
First my yoga mat…anyone who practices yoga on a regular basis will understand what I mean when I say that my mat knows a lot about me…physically and mentally.
The yogi tea…how can you not enjoy a tea that includes nice little sentiments like, “Your greatness is not what you have, but what you give” and “an attitude of gratitude brings opportunities”?
And finally these printed leggings…I mean, they are just FUN!…and I like to think they give me yoga super powers;)
There are some must-haves when one moves to the PNW. Being warned about all the rain I was about to experience (‘366 days a year’ or ‘more than a rainforest’) I rushed out to buy new rain boots and an umbrella that didn’t boast the name of a hospital on it. I was moving from California were we had been in the middle of a drought for several years and our umbrellas and rain boots were collecting dust. My third purchase was an adorable poncho that can be spotted miles away. Perfect for hikes, as I’m known to lag behind a little;)
I soon found out from the natives that only tourists carry around an umbrella. With an umbrella this cute, I don’t mind being a labelled tourist! Besides, seven months in and I have barely scratched the surface of our new location. I love that feeling!
If I really posted 3 things that went really well together in the Saskatchewan winters it would be…remote start, my CAA card and my much wanted and needed personal chauffeur Julio. But since I haven’t quite yet acquired said chauffeur I thought I’d use the next best thing. Winter gear.
My toque, to cover up all that static-y hair…yikes. My oversized scarf to channel my inner Lenny Kravitz. (If you haven’t googled imaged “Lenny Kravitz scarf” I suggest you do now.) Lastly, my fingerless mittens. My dad thinks they are senseless but clearly he doesn’t understand the importance of snapchat!