On Thursday, I had the privilege to meet up with some fellow mommas-to-be from The Bar Method studio for a fitting at our local lululemon in preparation for a special event at the store on Saturday morning. We were able to try on pieces that would be great for our growing bellies to showcase at the event while demonstrating the modification moves we do during class to accommodate our changing bodies.
I chose the minimalist crop which was one of the most comfortable pairs of pants I've ever worn. Not only do they fit over my expanding belly, but they provide the support I need during my workouts.
I also hit up the Bath and Body Works semi-annual sale, where I stocked up on soaps, my favorite 3-wick candles, a throw back to middle school with Country Apple shower gel, and the cutest champagne glass soap holder for the kitchen. All of that came out to only $37 with tax, the sale is that good plus I used a $10 off a $40 purchase coupon. Don't go unless you're armed with a coupon for additional savings! Being re-grammed by Bath and Body Works' instagram was an extra bonus!
Friday was nice and mellow with some hit-the-spot pizza, and much needed couch time catching up on Game of Thrones.
Saturday was a jam-packed day starting off with the lululemon and Bar Method event. It was such a great time, and I left even more inspired to continue these great workouts along with some great clothes that fit so much better than my old gear. We all enjoyed ourselves over some cold pressed juices from a local shop, overnight oats, and energy bites. Everything was organic and delish!
Then we ventured downtown to meet up with Pamela, Kerri, and the boys for a yummy brunch which is always a great idea before heading out to do some car shopping since my lease is up next week.
I forgot how exhausting car shopping can be, and I hate negotiating. I let H be the bad guy, but definitely chime in with my two cents to help get to the price range we are hoping for. I've narrowed it down to two favorites: The Acura RDX and the Jeep Grand Cherokee Limited. I was comfortable driving both, love the way they look (not a fan of the recent body style changes on the Honda Pilot and the Toyota Highlander), and am excited for a back up camera. I'm leaning towards the RDX since it'll have better gas mileage and it has better safety ratings. Stay tuned!