Is anyone else glad that it’s Friday? It’s been a busy week for me. While I was super productive, it was also draining getting all the things done. I’m really looking forward to the weekend and being able to take some time for myself. I hope that you’re able to do the same thing over the next few days.
Since it’s Friday here on Get Fit Fiona I’m going to share some of my favorite things from the past week. It shouldn’t come as a surprise that they include food and good books. Read on to find out all the details of what I’ve been enjoying this week.
Scones from Cob’s
My dad picked up some scones this week and I ended up having one or two. He got two lemon blueberry, apple pie, and raspberry white chocolate. I loved that they were a bit sweet without being overwhelmingly sweet.
I think scones are my favorite thing from Cob’s. They’re the perfect size, they have so many different flavors to pick from, and they’re a great snack. I like them plain but my dad likes to warm them up in the microwave and add some butter.
No Judgments by Meg Cabot
After finishing Catch and Kill, I knew I wanted to read something more light hearted and didn’t require too much thinking. I browsing through the Libby app from my library when I saw that No Judgments (affiliate link) was available to borrow.
I’m about halfway through and it’s exactly what I needed. It involves animals, a hurricane, and romance. I know exactly where it’s going, but that’s okay. It’s the perfect beach read, so the next time you’re looking for something that’s fun to read, be sure to try No Judgments.
I picked up some Italian sausages on Monday for dinner and they were really good. To be honest my expectations weren’t all that high but they turned out to be really good. I paired them with some broccoli I tcooked in the Instant Pot and a slice of toast with margarine. I cooked the sausage in the air fryer so it was a really easy meal to put together. It was done in just 15 or 20 minutes from start to finish.
The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga by Bernie Clark
I bought this book the other day because I wanted to take a deep dive into yin yoga. While it was covered during my yoga teacher training, we only spent a few hours talking about it. I want to make sure that I’m offering my students the best in my yoga classes, so I thought it was important that I learn more about it.
The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga (affiliate link) was one of the most recommended books about yin I found in my research. While I haven’t read all of it yet (it’s nearly 330 pages), I’ve started it and I know that I’m going to learn a lot. Bernie Clark goes into anatomy, yin poses as well as getting into, out of, and counter poses, as well as the philosophy behind yin yoga. If you’re a yoga teacher – or even a student of yin yoga – and would like to learn more about it, I highly recommend checking out The Complete Guide to Yin Yoga.
What’s a book that you’ve read lately that you really enjoyed? Share it in the comments below.
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