Posts Tagged ‘2012’

»August 4th, 2012 by andi


It’s no secret. I am a huge Lululemon fan. Their brand, their product, their philosophy – they all speak to me (and many, according to their unstoppable growth). They embody who I am and who I want to be as an athlete. They help me look and feel amazing. They understand my goals and what drives me. They are so good at what they do.

One of the newest and coolest things Lulu is doing, is offering free yoga to lucky London travelers and residents. My boyfriend and I traveled to London in Spring of 2010 – his sister and her family live there – and it is not cheap. Despite us having a place to stay, the pound left our wallets half chewed and spit out. I, not being able to do without my yoga, forked over some serious cash to go to some classes while I was there. Mind you, the studios were incredible, but and I would’ve been psyched to attend a free class or two. So, this free yoga thing, along with the adorable London map graphic – very cool. Only wish I were there to go to those classes, er …. I mean, cheer the Olympians on.

And so it goes. My heart has opened more, and my love for Lululemon has grown. Oh, and 5 stars for my new Wandering Yogi Crops. Damn do I love ‘em.

Go to Lululemon | London Calling to find out more.

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»July 14th, 2012 by andi

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»July 7th, 2012 by andi

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»April 22nd, 2012 by andi

It’s Earth Day. Earth Day, of course, being a celebration of nature and a day devoted to preserving our planet. And, I must say, I battle with the way I feel about Earth Day. A part of me thinks we should be aware of our environmental impact everyday, so why is there only one day devoted to it? Another, more compassionate part of me knows that devotion, be it a week, a day, an hour, is how awareness begins.

It’s unrealistic to expect consumerism will stop today, but, here’s a compromise; if you’re going to spend, spend sensibly. Think about your purchases and how they affect the global economy, the environment, the earth. More than ever, we as consumers have choice. Be critical thinkers. Choose wisely. (Hint: start by going to the shop section of this website…!)