Hi. I ate a burger.
For more of what I ate or did this month, click ‘Read More.’
(Taking my Internet addiction to the next level. Namaste.)
I do not have the standard super-inspiring exercise routine.
Every once in a while I tried to fit that into my life, I really did. But nope. Not the type, not my style.
That’s 40% because of forces beyond my control (my job, my body, only 24 hours in one day that I want to fill with a million things) and 50% my Can’t-Be-Assed-itude.
The other 10% is undetermined, possibly cookie dough.
So, this is how I work out throughout my average week: How to work out Self Help Hipster Style!
This is going to be one of the most useless articles on my blog, because it’s neither very funny nor inspirational. It’s about me making a new semi-studyspo type workspace in my new house.
Normally I’d save this type of crap for personal blog posts like month in reviews or gratitude lists but it is such a great source of joy and productivity it deserves its own article. Half the reason you’re seeing semi regular updates here again IS because of this.
Hence the separate article.
Take a look.
On my last day in Vienna, I jumped (okay ‘jumped’ might be overstating things) out of bed to go to the last Bikram Yoga studio on my Must Visit in Vienna List.
(Yes, this was the studio I was ACTUALLY meant to visit instead of the Schottenring one)
Turns out I saved the best for last. Take a look at the Bikram Yoga Schonbrunn studio.
I love a good, original self help idea, and about a year ago Marlous from Last Days of Spring wrote a blog post about personal mind mapping that I have been a fan of ever since. You can read the original article here. If you click ‘read more’, you’ll learn why I think mind mapping is useful, how I use it and how you could use it!
Fun fact: There are two Bikram yoga studios in Vienna that have a S in their location name. Which is how I ended up going to the wrong one, causing the girl behind the counter to panic and me being slightly peeved the studio owner had forgotten about me.
When I checked my email later, turns out it was pretty much all my fault. Felt like an idiot. So I feel they deserve the review anyway.
So. I went to Bikram Yoga Wien Schottenring. By accident, sure, but I went there and wrote about it.
(Pic by Mariet!)
Holy shitballs, we’re already two months into 2015.
Next thing you know I’ll be drunk-sobbing in my champagne over my failed relationship during Christmas break. Oh no wait – that was last year. I’ll find something else to ugly-cry over by that time.
Point is. Time fucking flies and I did a bunch of stuff in January and February.
So far 2015 has been tons of work, crazy active socially (especially for someone with my hermit tendencies) and then I got the flu. That I ignored so I could go out with my friends. So I got The Flu 2: Bigger, Badder and with Pneumonia.
WELP – I guess that’s all you need to know about my previous two months.
(But fine. If you want to see more, if you click ‘read more’ there are pictures. With some text. Okay, a lot of text. You know my deal.)
When planning my citytrip to Vienna, first thing I did was Google Bikram yoga studios. Whenever I’m visiting a new place I like to check out the local Bikram Yoga studio. To get my exercise in, to get more zen while city tripping, and have a more efficient metabolism for all the food and coffee I’m most likely consuming the rest of the day.
I emailed two studios in Vienna that I liked, to see if they would let a blogger in for free in exchange for a review. First up, Bikram Yoga Loft!