// #FridayFavorites Shoreditch
#FridayFavorites LONDON edition
/ Sport Cape & Tights / River Island Active / Had the pleasure of trying out the new RI Active wear while in London, and the quality is great. Solid black because murked out uniforms are always ok.
/ Koran Active Wear Tracksuit / Been a big fan of Koran for more than a little while, but I love monochromatic colors or full body print sweatsuits. Picked this one up at Frame Kings Cross and will be getting plenty of wear out of it. Detail of the top’s zipper being in the back is a nice change from the typical hoodie.
/ PUMP / This collection of small grab and go foods are in an old converted gas station location (hence the name.) Great for grabbing something quick, vegan/vegetarian options abound, but also things like crispy chicken bites in spicy mayo or steak for those who prefer.
Favorites: Falafel Queen salad with extra falafels, Ramen bowls, those crispy chicken bites
/ The Disease of Being Busy / Busy is a lie to force ourselves to live.
“This disease of being “busy” (and let’s call it what it is, the dis-ease of being busy, when we are never at ease) is spiritually destructive to our health and wellbeing. It saps our ability to be fully present with those we love the most in our families, and keeps us from forming the kind of community that we all so desperately crave.”
/ The Antidote: Happiness for People Who Can’t Stand Positive Thinking / added this to book list, and it’s my next read…always up for a new way of thinking about life.
/ Canary Wharf Gardens / Insta gold settings…the gardens are in a dope architecture and who doesn’t love big green plants.
/ CB Soundcloud / Giving myself a link here as many of you ask about my class playlists. Here are the two that made the London Classes:
/ Frame / Go to space for work out and yoga classes of all kinds, in multiple locations.
/ Ace Hotel / Always something happening at Ace. Shoreditch location is quiet and has plenty going on all the time
/ Boscia Tsubaki Cleansing Oil-Gel / A face cleanser I picked up for this trip, smells great and does a lovely job.
And because Whistles knows more than me, here’s a guide to the neighborhood I stay in