Happy Easter! I hope everyone that celebrated had a great weekend celebrating with friends and family. I got Friday off so I spent the day doing some errands and relaxing. I ended up on the couch Friday night watching Dateline and working on some goals I have for Get Fit Fiona (spoiler: I’m super excited about what I’ll be doing over the next few months).
On Saturday I did some more running around including a trip to the Symon’s Valley farmer’s market. If you’re in Calgary I would definitely recommend it. Even though there’s fewer vendors because of the fire, it’s still a great spot to check out on Saturdays. I ended up heading over to my boyfriend’s place for date night. We made chicken wings and watched some playoff hockey. I’m cheering for the Flames, and last nights game was pretty exciting. Unfortunately the Flames lost with a questionable goalie interference call and a crazy unlucky bounce. I kind of feel like the game proved the Anaheim curse! They’ll be playing the next two games here though, so I’m hoping that the Flames will pull out a couple wins.
On Sunday I did some studying for my upcoming NASM exam and spent some time playing a video game my boyfriend got my hooked on. I also had an Easter dinner with the family. The ham that my dad made was extra good this year. As usual I got a pretty good stash of chocolates and I had a few after dinner.
I have today off too (yay for 4 day weekends!), so my plan is to do some more studying, some cleaning around the house, and go for a walk in my favorite park. Now that you’re caught up on my weekend, on to the workout playlist!
Like most of my playlists, this one includes a variety of songs, some older and some newer. I couldn’t resist putting a couple songs from the 80’s and a Green Day one from the 90’s in there as well. I’m hearing Shape of You all over the radio and I have to admit that it’s one of my favorite songs at the moment. I know Radioactive is from a few years ago, but I still really like it. What’s on your current workout playlist? I love hearing what other people are listening to. I’ve included the playlist below on Spotify.
What’s your favorite food for Easter? Favorite Easter candy?
2 thoughts on “Easter Weekend and a 45 Minute Workout Playlist”
Don’t Let Me Down is a for sure go-to when I need a kick in the pants during a run! I’m trying to think of the Lenny Kravitz song that has super killer guitar work and it’s escaping me…Work is a DEFINITE :-)
Totally agree, Don’t Let me Down is a great song. It’s on the radio here all the time.
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