I had a hard time getting up this morning. I knew I had my first training appointment, and frankly, I was dreading it. I knew it was going to be rough. Here’s how pathetic I am: I actually hoped for about five seconds that one of the kids would be sick so I’d have an excuse to stay at home. I KNOW. I am bad.
I did manage to get myself up and to my training appointment, and it wasn’t as bad as I’d feared. Isn’t that always the way?
I had a hair appointment scheduled next, and I was tempted to stay in my workout clothes, but I forced myself to run home and change first. YAY ME!
This outfit is one you’ve seen before. The tunic sweater is from Nordstrom, and the leggings are my favorite Hue Wide Waistband Leggings. I wore my UGG Classic Cardy boots earlier in the day, but I could tell that they don’t give my ankle enough support, so after my pedicure, I changed into my riding boots before I went to pick up the kids.
The necklace is old, as are the bracelets. I do believe the snakeskin tote is sold out as well.
I had to try a new hairdresser, as my old guy is gone. So sad. I think the new girl did alright. It’s always hard to tell until you style it yourself, ya know? She certainly didn’t do anything horrific. If anything, she didn’t do ENOUGH to it, but I’m happy for her to err on the side of being too conservative the first visit, can I get an amen??
After I had my hair cut, I decided to get a pedicure. It was partially because the pampering sounded nice. But it was also partially because my last pedicure was before Christmas, and tomorrow I go to PT for the first time, and I have to put my feet in someone’s lap, and I really don’t want them to be totally grossed out. The things we women do…
So that’s a wrap! I’ll be back tomorrow with my regularly scheduled Daily Mom Style post and Day 4 of 28 Days of Winter Outfits.
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Totally hear you on finding a new hairdresser, which is why I’m still driving three hours round trip to where we used to live for my hair. Gah.
Cute outfit. Hope you feel better. Frankly, I think it’s kinda normal to have ups and downs. Like T-Swizzle sings…you’ll shake it off!
It is. And I always have eventually. But sometimes it gets the better of me, and with clinical depression in my family, I am always trying to stay one step ahead. 🙂 Thanks for the encouragement. I like that: Shake it off! That’s exactly what I’m going to say to myself when I’m starting to give in to the doldrums. 🙂
I love, love, love my snakeskin bag. I get compliments every time I carry it!
Do you have a lip balm you would recommend?
I love my Theraderm Anti-Aging Lip Complex. I don’t know about the aging part, but it keeps my lips moist. http://theraderm.net/lip-complex.html