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  1. I totally feel you on the spin instructor preference. There is this one instructor at my gym who will call you out if she sees you touching the dial (even if you want to add more on) – total spin Nazi!
    And I totally want those boots 🙂

  2. lisa

    I buy target shoes and boots a lot. I dont have any problems with the quality. I dont wear them every day but they do last me awhile

  3. I love throwing a bunch of random foods together – the more flavors and textures, the better! I’ve discovered delicious combinations this way, such as sandwiching together mashed avocado, shelled edamame, dried cherries, and nuts. Strange, sure… but it tastes fantastic.

    The boots look cute, but I’m with you on the questionable quality of Target shoes. I walk to and from work, and am on my feet for most of the day, so I prefer to buy shoes from more reputable companies. I love the deals you can get at Marshall’s and TJ Maxx for discount (but high quality) shoes!

  4. Meg

    Hi Laura! I love your blog and have a random question–who cuts your hair? I love it! I have long hair and am having a very hard time finding a stylist who won’t give me a poofy 1990s cut. I’m new to the Boston area and am trying to find a stylist. Thanks so much and keep up the great work!!

    • Thanks! I get it cut by Kayla at the PhillipoStyle Salon in Fenway. I’ve actually only been there twice because I usually jump around to different places, but I’ve liked the cut a lot both times and its relatively inexpensive.

  5. I hate when spin instructors do things like that. Sprints should always be kept shorter. I’m with you on pushing through a shorter sprint with appropriate resistance.

  6. Cute boots! I’d say it’s a great way to try out a style/color you might not otherwise go for.

    Love that veggie bowl for dinner. More importantly, melted cheese always adds.

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