Sorry for not posting so long but there are so many fantastic fashion websites out there, I kinda got caught in just reading other peoples blogs instead. One really great one is www.fabsugar.com.
On the newsfront:
First - I just started using an amazing new conditioner:
It's called Protein FX from Frederic Fekkai. It smells awesome, like vanilla and caramel and when I use it my hair is really shiny and healthy. It's of course not cheap but you don't need to use a whole lot of it.
Second - my fiance (yes, he is my fiance now), have started to do some fitness and yoga. At the moment we are just doing it at home but if I ever decide to take classes (and I think I will at some point), I will want to make sure I am dressed appropriately. My workout gear at the moment consists of some shapeless H+M sweatpants and a few Adidas t-shirts.
My first purchase however will be a yoga mat. I have been working out with a normal workout mat and let me tell you - it's not good for you. Normal workout mats are slippery and just don't give you the support you need. With yoga it is very important that you do the exercises the right way, otherwise they won't work or even worse - work against you.
So here is the baby I laid my eyes one (it's also kind of my only choice since there is only one shop in our town that sells yoga gear and thats the only kind of mat they sell):
Nike yoga mat - but in purple, not in pink
Yoga wear is also becoming more and more fashionable. There are some companies who do nothing but produce yoga gear. One of them is PrAna. Even though they belong to Liz Claiborne, they claim there stuff is 100% organic. It's definitely pretty.
Here is a sample outfit for a good yoga workout:
Also ex-supermodel Christy Turlington has a beautiful line of yoga clothing that she did with Puma. The line is called Nuala.