July 22, 2016

This n That

I got home from Norway on Monday and it really took a toll on my body. We had turbulence for the last hour of the flight and it made me extremely nauseous. A lack of food for a prolonged period mixed with exhaustion led to a migraine. It took us a little over two hours to drive back to my apartment, during which I wore an empty Target bag on my ears like a horse wears a feedbag. And I'll spare you the rest of the details.
Someone dropped their suitcase on my foot when exiting the plane on Monday and my foot immediately started to hurt, but I could still walk on it. On Tuesday morning, I was out running errands and my foot started to cramp uncomfortably but I was still able to walk. I came home and was moving furniture and rugs and suddenly the pain in my foot became unbearable. I couldn't put any pressure on it any longer and had to crawl around the apartment. Wednesday morning I woke up and the pain was still unbearable so I scheduled a doctor's visit. It turns out when you pretend to be athletic and try to keep up with the active Norwegians when you're usually a couch potato, you can get tendonitis. Now I get to wear a super stylish brace with my New Balances for at least a week (my literal uniform no matter the temperature).
One // Swim With Otters
My heart feels so full when I hear the little noises the otters make. It'd be an absolute dream to swim and play with them.

Two // Redefining Failure
The way she has been able to redefine "failure" and the importance of being able togrow and laugh about it is truly inspiring.

Three // Cats get brain freeze
Anyone else feel like it was an exhaustingly long week? Click for a quick laugh.

Four // Nordstrom Anniversary Sale
I've been way too excited to shop the Nordstrom Anniversary Sale, last year I got a pair of duck boots and they made last winter so much more bearable. You can shop my favorite items from this year's sale in this post.

Have a great weekend! xo

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