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3 Things

1.  You know you're an adult when you randomly hop up on a Sunday night saying I'm gonna make a quick frittata!  And you do. Y'all, I didn't even have to look up a recipe, my mind instantly knows what distinguishes a frittata.  It came out delicious BTW-tons of fresh spinach, onion, Parmesan, shredded mozzarella, and 6 eggs =  adulting win.

2.  If I went to the Oscars, I would definitely wear something popping.  It wouldn't be at all predictable or simple.  I would wear bold colors, a unique shape, something that could potentially get me on the worst dressed list.  I kid, I kid, but really, I view this as an opportunity to have elegance yes, but I also say do it big.



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**images via Glamour Mag

3.  Last year I worked to become a better runner.  I made great strides, pun intended, in this goal.  As a new Florida spring is almost upon us, I'm actively getting into my outdoor workout groove again.  This year I don't plan on striving for so much running, as I am for strength training and maintaining being active.  I like brisk walks better anyways and feel just as complete.

Let's meet again,
M

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