Hey guys! Can you believe March is over already? Writing these posts is kind of bittersweet because it’s a reminder how fast this year is flying by! But anyway, it’s now the end of March so it’s time for another Things I Love post.
Before I get started here, I just have to let you know that I pictured this post being a lot more glamorous. But then I went back to work yesterday and subsequently was worthless all of last night.
So here we are.
It is kind of funny thinking about the things I loved in March because I literally spent the majority of the month laying in bed and on the couch. I was a major bum and it definitely is reflected in this post… but we’re just going to roll with it! Also, this post is not sponsored and I am not receiving compensation for recommending these products. I just enjoyed them this month! I have posted some affiliate links in the post. As always, thanks so much for your support!
Things Loved in March
1. Oyster Books- Oyster is basically like a Netflix for reading. For a small monthly fee, you can download whatever books in their library (10 at a time!) and read them on your preferred e-reading device. I downloaded the Oyster app on my iPad and tested out the service using their free trial. I really enjoyed it, and it was great to have a lot of books at my fingertips for new reading material.
3. VS Flannel PJs- I’ve built a pretty impressive of these flannel pajamas throughout the years and they have been super comfy during my recovery. Many times, especially during those first two weeks, taking a shower and changing my pajamas was the highlight of my day. (flashback to Christmas)
4. Welcome to the REBELution: Seven steps to the nutrition counseling practice of your dreams- I purchased this book after it was recommended by a fellow RD blogger. It’s written by 3 dietitians and talks about the steps they took to create a successful private counseling practice. I have been thinking about starting my own online nutrition counseling business but the process seems overwhelming. It was motivating to read about the experiences of RDs who have been there. I actually think the book gives a lot of great professional advice that is relevant beyond the field of dietetics!
5. My new Mizunos- They are so bright and cheery during my PT appointments. I also hate to say this but they are more comfy than my previous running shoes. I guess I can’t really say how they would compare when actually running but so far I love them!
6. Favorite Blog Posts from March:
What are you loving this month?
Have you ever tried an online e-reading service like Oyster?
What are your favorite tennis shoes?
Can’t believe tomorrow is April!!!!! Have a great day