It’s that time of year, and it’s way better than Christmas! Fashion’s Night Out, abbreviated FNO, will be taking the states by storm TONIGHT!!! Sales will be on, refreshments will be had, and smiles will be flashed!
In Georgetown, M St. and Wisconsin Ave. will be littered with shoppers donning champagne in one hand and goodies in another while they peruse the season’s best. Last year Emily, Alice and I had an amazing time at this event, and I even won a raffle! So grab your girlfriend and shop till you drop!
To help plan your outing in DC tonight, I’ve identified the shops that will be offering some worthy discounts. Those with the stars are where you can fetch a flute of bubbles! For more information, check out www.FNOgeorgetowndc.com
Chances are good that you’ve heard your body could use some exercise every day. But for those who are busy globe trotters or regular business travelers, finding time to exercise can be challenging, and a gym may not always be accessible. Although many great workout routines are now more focused on using your own body weight, packing your suitcase with some light equipment may be a good idea if you’re not sure what might meet you at your next destination.
Two of my favorite light-weight pieces are the jump rope and these Gliders.
The jump rope is a great cardio alternative to the treadmill, and can get your heart rate up pretty quickly. Certainly a rope made of any material could do, but a light-weight plastic one (like the one pictured) may be the best option for your suitcase.
Gliders are round disks that help reduce friction, and are great for doing variations of the mountain climber. To do the basic mountain climber, place each foot on the Gliders, assume the push-up/plank position, and shuffle your feet like you’re scaling the floor by tucking your knee to your chest. This exercise targets the abdominals while building core strength and agility. Although Gliders aren’t completely necessary, they can help you climb faster, making your work out more efficient. This exercise is best on a tiled bathroom floor, since most hotel rooms are carpeted.
And of course don’t forget to stay hydrated and wipe off your sweat!