January is for sure the busiest month for gyms across America. If your New Year’s resolution is to kick off a brand new fitness plan, then take the advice of someone who’s been going to the gym for an entire year (I’m basically a professional athlete now): all gyms have the same people. Sure, the vibe of each gym might be different and the equipment may vary, but it’s practically a guarantee that you’ll run into one of these five people you meet at the gym.Keep Reading
Hello, 2018! Man are we glad to put 2017 behind us and (fingers crossed) kick off an even better year. Despite being out of range of the bomb cyclone, it’s still cold AF in Cleveland and we’re jealous of Robin’s California weather. Between the weather and week one of the Whole30, Hannah and Michelle are definitely ready for the weekend! Here’s what we’ve been thinking about in this week’s And Then We Tried Obsessions.
If you went online in the summer of 2016, you’ve inevitably seen Shibori dye and the indigo everything as a result. Shibori is essentially tie-dye but using only indigo instead of the rainbow of colors. Which makes it pretty much foolproof since there is no risk of accidentally using too many colors and dying your shirt poop brown (we’ve all been there). The kits are easy to find online and the real fun comes in with trying all the different Shibori folding patterns to get one of a kind results.
We’re glad the stress of the holidays is behind us and we can look forward to 2018 and all our new resolutions (see our ambitious Whole30 routine). Even with resolutions to be better people, we’ve found the time to be obsessed with new things this week. Check out what made the cut below.
After taking Monday to celebrate Christmas with our families, we’re back and ready for 2018 to show up! It’s been about a year since my last attempt at a vegetarian Whole30 (I made it 19 days) so it’s about time I try again.Keep Reading
Everyone enjoying the holiday season? Even though we’ve been frantically finishing up our shopping and wrapping gifts, we’ve still got time for our weekly And Then We Tried obsessions. We’ll never forget about you all!
In a not-entirely-successful attempt to take my wardrobe in the direction of quality over quantity, I’ve fallen for Everlane and their clean and classic pieces that never go out of style. They have been on my radar for a few years now with their effortlessly tailored looks, because who doesn’t want a quality piece of clothing that makes you look more put together?
They don’t just sell great clothes though, they also give back. They’ve worked with organizations like the ACLU on their 100% Human campaign, which donates to the organization for every piece sold. All three of us own the 100% Human muscle tee and can vouch for its comfort and style.
As if I needed another reason to sing Everlane’s praises, they announced that they were adding denim to their collection and that they would be priced at only $68. I, of course, was more than game to try it out. So, follow along as we take a #notsponsored look in our Everlane denim review.
*All images courtesy of Everlane.com
Christmas is just one week away, so chances are anything you’re trying to get shipped won’t make it on time. Fear not, Clevelanders. You can pop into any of these shops and grab your last-minute gifts this week. These shops have a good variety of items, too, so you’ll be able to please everyone from your HBIC friend to your sock-loving dad.
It’s officially winter here in Cleveland and all this snow is making Hannah and Michelle very jealous of Robin’s sunshine in California. Other than staying warm, here’s what we’re obsessed with in this week’s And Then We Tried obsessions.
After purchasing two amazing prints from the talented Amy Blackwell and her shop Audrey and Illya, I’ve been at a loss as to how to frame them. To those of us who don’t use international paper sizes, the A4 prints are roughly an 8.5″ x 11″ but not exactly. Because of that, I had the hardest time finding a frame to use. I know they must make A4 frames but alas I could not find one I liked. While there is always the option for custom frames (expensive) or having a mat cut (slightly less expensive), but I needed another alternative.