Wow I can’t believe it’s almost the end of July. In the past 6 weeks we went to Virginia, and visited with friends in Richmond and Virginia Beach. I turned 30, I got bangs – which I kind of think might be a bigger deal than 30 lol. I went to Gloucester, Massachusetts and Fishers Island, New York second shooting weddings with my photog pal Hillary as well as to New York City for a session. All that being said here’s a look at my feelings for the past few weeks.
iPhone snaps from Bluff Point & Fisher’s Island Ferry
I had a lot of fun celebrating turning 30. A few years back I was dreading this age because it was sort of the end of young adulthood in my mind. However, I think I came into this new decade with grace. We went to Rhode Island and ate at a restaurant on the ocean – which really reminded us of Sandbridge beach in Virginia or the Outer Banks in North Carolina. Then we drove over to Watch Hill, Rhode Island and walked around and took in the beautiful sights close to sunset. Then we finished the evening with McDonald’s hot fudge sundaes because why wouldn’t you? Then last week the husband also turned 30. We’re here and I guess we aren’t young adults anymore world. Watch out!
This month I stepped out of my comfort zone and tried out the 21 day fix. At this point and I can say I neither love nor hate the program. If you are not accustomed to eating healthily and exercising, this is a great program to introduce you to it. I personally did not care for some of the exclusions (milk) but I’m following along pretty closely. The workouts are all pretty good and none are too long. I personally don’t care for Shakeology. I know tons of people love it and that’s great because it does seem to be healthy but it’s not for me. Even if I did like it more, I wouldn’t continue drinking it. It’s pretty pricey, but mainly because I don’t believe in including anything in your diet that you have to purchase from one place or as a replacement for a meal – nutrisystem, etc. I believe you CAN eat healthily and without supplements and replacements. That’s just me and my philosophy though – to each their own and do whatever is best for you and your body. No judgement from me 🙂
What comes with a new city? New hair stylist, new doctor, new dentist, new everything. Along with turning 30 I’m trying to keep my appointments to go to the doctor and dentist more regular as I’m no spring chicken anymore. It’s funny how little things that wouldn’t have affected me 10 years ago, definitely do these days. Gotta keep myself looking and feeling young which means taking care of myself from inside out.
What the new iPhone will be like. It’s been over 2 years since I upgraded my phone. Back then I jumped ship from Android to Apple because I was tired of my Motorola phone freezing. I’m happy to say my Iphone almost never does, however she’s starting to get a little bit slower and wonky now that it’s over 2 years old (I have the iPhone 5). I’m hoping the next version has the rumored fantastic camera upgrade because let’s face it. That’s obviously pretty important to me. I also wish there was still the 4 inch screen option. I have small hands so large phones just become harder for me to hold and I don’t mind a slightly smaller screen. I know I’m in the minority there though and it’s an oh well for me.
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