Sometimes I wonder if anybody is reading my blog. I mean, really reading my blog. I can see all of the visitor counts (and the stats are starting to look awesome), but I can never truly tell if anyone is reading it.
Today is the day after Christmas (also known as Boxing Day in many other parts of the world), and I can say that my family members read my blog! I received several amazing health/fitness-related gifts. I am so excited to try all the things and wear all the clothes!
I’ve had friends ask if it would be rude to receive health-related gifts. No! Of course not! I know some people would be offended by it, but not me. To me, it means that, at a minimum, the people around me love and care about me enough to want me to be healthy. Why should I be insulted? Plus, these are things that are practical, and things I want and/or need!
So, here is a rundown of the health and fitness gifts I received yesterday:
I have been wanting to try the thicker Under Armour headbands, but just hadn’t gotten around to it. When it comes to headbands, I have tried so many different brands, and it is very rare that they work for me. Inevitably, I will be in the middle of a volleyball game and hear, “Hey! Lex! Your headband is over there!” and see my pitiful headband clear on the other side of the court. Ugh.
I was so happy to see this under the tree, though! I received the Cerulean green one (fourth item in the picture) from my parents, and a matching top.
The headband is pretty cool! It has two bands on the inside for gripping to my ever-spiteful hair, and I love the color! I can’t wait for my next practice to give it a try and let you all know how it worked out!
I absolutely love these shirts, and pick them up whenever I see them on sale! They always come in awesome colors, and they’re just so comfortable! It’s always hard to tell in photos how low cut a shirt might be, but I assure you that these are not cut as low as they look. As a woman with ample bosoms (ew) who plays a sport that requires a ton of jumping, I have not even come close to having an “incident.”
|Check out this link to see a video on how it works!|