The Best Bodysuit EVER!

I am in love with the Namaste Bodysuit from Gravity Athletica!
 This isn't a sponsored post and I'm not getting an affiliate from it. Just sharing something I love.
I feel like a ninja when I wear it. The fabric is fabulous, it's sleek and it goes with EVERYTHING I own. I even took a run in it. Perfection.
PLUS, the back ... LOVE!

Go check them out here and be sure to visit them on Instagram as well. Now excuse me while I meditate on some warmer weather ;)

2018 Starting With A Bang On Netflix #StreamTeam

There is SO much to stream this month on Netflix! First, one of my favorite shows is back for season 4.
I have enjoyed this show from the beginning. You can check that out, here and here and here. LOVE!
Every time I watch the show I think, "I sat on that couch!"

Season 4 starts with Lily Tomlin living with her boyfriend and Jane's character has a new roomie. Brilliantly played by Lisa Kudrow. It is such a treat to see her back on TV.

Of course, I've binged the whole season and now I have to patiently wait for season 5.

I have been binging Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee ALL month. I downloaded a bunch of them to my iPad and binged it all the way down to The Miami Marathon AND all the way home.
 I can't help but wonder what car Jerry would pick if I was on the show ... Jerry cruises for coffee with Kevin Hart, Steve Martin, Jim Carrey, Sarah Jessica Parker, Julia Louis-Dreyfus ... the list is ENDLESS and EVERY episode is a gem. If you haven't tuned in to this on, grab a cup of coffee and get to binging!

I could not have been more thrilled for season 2 of Travelers. Eric McCormack plays a time traveling FBI agent who's team is trying to stop an apocalyptic future from happening.
I've binged this one too fast as well and I'm sitting here fingers crossed that a Season 3 is coming. It's fun, fast paced and fabulous!

I'm curious, what should my next binge be? I'm taking suggestions!

The Miami Marathon

It was not the race I wanted. After doing 9 marathons, I've come to the conclusion that you can't plan for everything. There's always something you can't control.
The Miami Marathon was a great race. It's a great course. As a first timer in Miami, it's a FANTASTIC city. I explored it for 4 days and I LOVED it. This will probably be the last time I train cold and run hot. I've done it twice now, and I just don't think you can prepare your body for Florida humidity, 75 degrees and sunny and the wind coming off the coast, in a 10 degree Chicago winter.
I knew by mile 10 that my body wasn't processing electrolytes. I was covered in salt from sweating and I didn't feel right. I have NEVER wanted to turn out at the half marathon mark SO much. I had another half to go and the wheels were coming off the wagon. At mile 15, I looked down at my hands. This is where I knew I was in trouble. They were swollen up. My fingers looked like hot dogs. This had never happened to me and I had no idea what to do. BUT, I didn't panic.

I said to myself ... "Look, you have never quit on a race and you're not quitting on this one." SO, I just broke it down mile by mile. At 16, I said, "OK, I'm coming for you mile 17." At mile 17, I focused on the 18 mile sign. One mile at a time, one step at a time. It wasn't fast ... and it wasn't pretty, but I never gave up. Is it crazy that I'm looking for a cold weather marathon to do in the next couple of months? I still have a good time in me, I just need the right conditions!
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