I've never been to a froyo place that had chia seeds at the toppings bar.
Just like my new shoes!
Now- I want to state that when it comes to shoes, I like multiple different brands. Usually I tend to prefer a brand depending on the article of clothing. Sports bras for example, I have basically all Target sports bras because I know they work for me. Shoes however, are different. There are some damn good makes out there coming from a variety of brands for a variety of different uses.
Alright back to the Guide 6's. I'm usually a 9 or 9.5, but tend to get the bigger size because my left food is a 1/2 size bigger than my right. ARR. It really is a struggle trying to find a shoe that feels good on both feet.
For these I got the bigger size and I am happy with that. I also feel like my feet bloat (is that possible??) when I run and expand in my shoes so going a size up is usually what I tend to do. There is nothing worse than having your baby toe fall asleep on a long run!
I obviously like different shoes depending on what I am doing. Am I walking? running? lifting? wearing them to work? Because these shoes have a little bit more stability, my favorite use for them has been running. Believe me- I've tested them out in many different activities.
What I really like is a shoe that ascetically pleasing and comfortable. These have that. Not too much bling, but still good-looking and comfortable!
The above photo was me at Look Good Naked Bootcamp at Anytime Fitness. We did lots of plyometrics that day and this shoe worked because of the stability factor.
I am in a baking mood.
Watch out kitchen!
Authors: College Foodie Finds