Short and Sweet Sunday Roundup

Hi Friends!  It’s been a gloomy week here in Austin and I have to say that spring fever has officially hit!  I think spring fever sounds so much more positive than the winter blues, but truth be told, I think I have a slight case of both.  Do you feel that way too?   I’m officially ready for a tropical getaway, but until that can happen, I am dedicating today’s post to ways to start getting ready for spring so that when the weather cooperates we’ll be ready.

Let’s start with 9 of my favorite looks that can be worn now and when spring actually arrives in 38 days (but who’s counting??).  The best part, all but two are less than $40.  Now that’s what I’m talking about!

spring Collage

Floral Embroidered Tassel Bell Sleeve Blouse •  Frill Front Mixed Knit Sweater • Floral Printed Symphony Slip •  Joss Espadrilles • Eyelet Embroidered Scallop Trim Smock Blouse •  Printed Lace Up Front Wrap Top • Blush Teddy Bear Coat • Frill Detail Bishop Sleeve Tiered Botanical Dress • Embroidered Floral Pom Pom Clutch
When retail therapy isn’t enough…

My doctor encouraged me to get this light earlier in the winter and it has helped.  It is intended to increase energy, alertness, adjust circadian rhythm, and provide relief from the winter blues.  I use it for 45 minutes in the morning and 45 minutes in the afternoon.

Sometimes I feel a little less than enthusiastic about working out especially in the winter, but I always feel so much better after!  Keeping in mind that bathing suit weather is in the near future helps with motivation, haha.  I keep it pretty simple, 30 minutes on the elliptical in the morning before work and 30 minutes of yoga in the afternoon.  I am really wanting to try Barre classes.  Have any of you tried Barre?  If so, I would love to hear what you think!

I hope you have a wonderful Sunday and week ahead!  If you have any tips for beating the winter blues I would love for you to share them!  Just leave a comment in the section below!

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Keeping It Short & Sweet,


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