1: Hour-long nap. It was my first nap in months. In general, I don’t nap (you read my blog…you know I can’t slow down) but for some reason I was determined to take one Sunday.
I came home from teaching yoga, inhaled an egg sandwich and promptly passed out. Sullie was more than happy to participate in nap time with me!
2, um I mean 3: Cookies eaten after dinner. I baked a batch of toffee chocolate chip cookies and just couldn’t stop at two! And FYI…the cookies are two different colors because I underbaked one batch and overbaked the next. Brandon and I have had an ongoing debate since about which is better. No, really.
3: Outfit changes over the course of the day between teaching and taking yoga.
4: Showers taken. Seriously. When you spend most of your day in a hot yoga studio, it’s a necessity. See photo above for proof. I pretty much look like a sweaty mess by the end of class. Hair piled into a bun, shirt sweated through. Attractive.
5: The time that I ate my afternoon snack. Greek yogurt with granola, bananas, apples and almond butter.
6: Hours spent at Y2 Yoga…and I loved every single second. I started the day on my mat with a beautiful ashtanga practice before teaching my 9:15 hot class. Practicing before I teach makes my heart happy. And then upon awakening from my afternoon slumber, I decided to attend the 2:15 hot class since Brandon was at a football game. Finally, I went back to the studio to sub the 7:30 hot vinyasa.
There is something about Sunday evening yoga that is so restorative. Although I still taught my normal challenging class, I kept the lights low, lit candles and played a more chill playlist. The class was amazing and I felt so inspired by every yogi in the room as I watched them move through the poses, sweat and breathe.
A perfect day.