We could talk all day about the benefits of exercise. A longer life. Lower risk of heart disease, diabetes, and cancer.
I get most excited about a few things come autumn: long runs surrounded by changing leaves, the emergence of heavier fall produce perfect for homemade soups, and slightly cooler weather that allows me to bring out my sweater dresses, chunky knits, and of course, new shoes.
If you have a garden, you are well aware that summer produce is absolutely teeming right now. Even if you don’t grow produce at your home, it’s evident in local farmers markets and grocery stores that fruits and veggies are at an all-time high this time of year – and we love every second of it.
Ahh, summertime. That glorious time of year when we step into the great outdoors with fervor and excitement. When the weather is nice, it’s impossible not to facilitate experiences – restaurant patios, walks around the neighborhood, gardening galore – where you get to enjoy comfortable temperatures and warm sunshine.