Blogger World, it's time for another list of my favorite thing. As normal, love them or hate them, it's up to you.
Have you guys heard of this book? It's about George Washington's spies. Did you know George Washington used spies to win the Revolutionary War? No? See, you need to read the book! It's true, he used spies to help win the war.
Athleta Ultra Light Capris
Here's a couple reasons why I love these capris:
1) They suck and tuck everything.
If you do not know what this means...shut up because no one likes you.
2) The wide band at the top prevents muffin top.
If you do not know what a muffin top is...shut up because no one likes you.
3) The pocket in the back.
I've been a fan of Greek Yogurt for years. However, this stuff takes the cake! It's light/fluffy, low in sugar, full of protein, and taste wonderful when you pair it with honey.
To say I'm obsessed with my Fitbit is an understatement. I wear this thing everywhere, and I'm constantly checking my phone to see how many steps I've taken. Everyday my goal is to walk 12,000 steps. I know this sounds easy, but it's really not. There are some days I walk in place just to get my 12,000 steps. True story.
This morning I heard today was Waffle Day. I'd never heard of Waffle Day, and I love waffles. Today was a day I needed to celebrate!
After some investigating, I discovered today is not really Waffle Day. Here's some information from my research...
As it turns out, waffles are such a popular world-wide phenomenon, that they merit two days in the calendar to celebrate them.
Waffle Day began in Sweden as Våffeldagen, actually due to confusion between the Swedish “vårfrudagen” meaning “Our Lady’s Day” which falls on the same date. The day historically marks the beginning of spring and is celebrated by the eating of many waffles.
The alternative Waffle Day began in the USA and honours the anniversary of the patenting of the first US waffle iron invented by Cornelius Swarthout of Troy, New York and is celebrated on 24th August.
I'm going to confess.... I learned so much from those paragraphs. I had no idea Cornelius Swarthout invented the waffle iron. No clue!
Blogger World since I live in America, I'm going to celebrate Waffle Day on August 24th. It's only fair...since I'm an American and all. However if you are in Sweden, I hope you have a fab Waffle Day.