www.coloradoluvhub.info

10 Free or Ridiculously Cheap Ways to Get Fit for Summer in Denver

* In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. Please read my disclosure here.*

Coloradans are ridiculously interested in staying fit, fitness in general, and random physical feats that many people would prefer to leave to the pros. If you have friends who live here you will hear about a race that they plan on running, a hike they just did or are about to do, or tales of their friend who just did an ultra-marathon. Oh, wait, this sounds like my life LOL! But seriously folks-we love to get fit and fortunately for folks in Denver, there are a ridiculous number of ways to get fit for free or ridiculously cheap. Let’s talk.

The Obvious

Work out at Red Rocks Amphitheater. I try to go every other week and go up and down the stairs. You also get to see the regulars like the guy who we’re convinced was on American Ninja Warrior work out. He’s a beast.  People also do exercises up and down the stairs, run from one level to the other, and the list goes on. Cost: gas money.

Community Minded

Check out The November Project’s Denver crew. They are the nicest, fittest people that I’ve ever worked out with…at 6:15 am. Once you’re done you get encouragement and sweaty hugs from hot people. Literally and figuratively. The November Project was created in Boston and has expanded throughout the United States. If you work out with a different chapter you’re always welcome to join in the fun every Wednesday and Friday at either 5:30 am or 6:15 am. If you’re not used to high altitude workouts be prepared-they are intense. Cost: Free

I also love Meetup.com’s ridiculous assortment of fitness based meetups. There are bootcamp meetups, running, yoga, hiking, and more. I typically participate in the hiking meetups and if you don’t have access to a car, you will be able to carpool. Cost: Free

The Outdoor Afros outdoor community. As the name is alluding to, it’s an outdoor enthusiast community for people of color. I love this community because it fills a need for under-served communities that may want to experience the outdoors but would like to go outdoors in as non-intimidating a setting as possible.

Classpass

For the non-committal fitness enthusiast. I love working out but I really get bored if I’m doing the same thing over and over again (unless it’s hiking and dance). Because of this I’ve fallen in love with Classpass which gives users various levels of access to studios across the city of Denver (and other locales). You can opt to attend 3, 5, or 10 classes a month. New users click here to get $30 off your first month’s access.  I also like that you can switch off your membership if your schedule changes. I travel often so I tweak my membership from time to time to reflect that. Cost: $30-$89

Civic Center Moves

Is one of my favorite ways to workout in Denver. Basically the Civic Center Conservancy partners with: The November Project, Fold Yoga, The River, Fitness in the City, and Pearl Street Fitness to provide FREE fitness classes the end of April until the middle of October. Those classes are legit and you WILL get fit attending them regularly. Click here for more information. Cost: Free

Get Outdoors

There are a number of great bike paths for cycling enthusiasts but the following two are exceptional.

  • The Cherry Creek Bike Path-Ride from downtown to Cherry Creek Reservoir.

 

  • The US 36 Bike Path Between Westminster and Boulder. I watched this path being built waiting for the day that I could ride it. I’ve finally replaced my Cruiser and have a much lighter bike so that I can do this ride.

I love yoga. And, doing yoga outside is awesome. I’m so excited to Namaste outdoors with Yoga Rocks the Park this summer. Finally, one of my absolute favorite ways to workout is to go hiking in Chautauqua park in Boulder.There a number of different hikes that you choose from in varying levels of intensity.

Bonus:

Hip Hop Yoga!

I took a one-off hip hop yoga class at Shine Boutique on Pearl street for $5 dollars. It was awesome. We all begged for this to be a regular thing. Best line of the class “Biggie would tree the sh$t out of this song.” And, he would have.

Related Posts:

Resources:

I am obsessed with The Lonely Planet book series for travel. I’ve used these books for years and love that the books are now available digitally. Click on the image below to check them out.



 

 

www.coloradoluvhub.info

36 Hours in Denver

* In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. Please read my disclosure here.*

Follow Colorado Luv Hub on Instagram!

It’s that time of year when people begin thinking about their summer vacation. If you’re like most people, you’re probably crossing your fingers and hoping that your boss won’t hassle you about your vacation request this year. One of the best places to visit this year is Denver, Colorado! Only have 36 hours in Denver? No worries, here’s a basic guide for a quick trip to Dtown.

36 Hours in Denver

6:00 pm -You’ve landed at Denver International Airport and narrowly missed a bird flying at your head (because cute little sparrows live in the airport-seriously). You make your way to the train that will take you to the main airport terminal and the train to Denver which is affectionately called “The Train to the Plane or The A-Line” It only costs $9 and you can use cash or charge to purchase your ticket. The ticket is good for 24 hours on public transit but you’ll probably opt to use LYFT for tonight’s shenanigans. Here’s the LYFT code for $5 your first ride if you’re a new user (downloading the app is super fast).

Related Post: Why I Love the Train to the Plane: Warts and All

7:00 pm-It’s around 7 pm and you’ve arrived at Union Station. It only took 37 minutes (give or take) for the train to go from the airport to downtown and you did get a glimpse of the famous devil horse “Blucifer” that warmly welcomes visitors to Denver at the airport. Leave your stuff at one of the many great hotels downtown and then prepare to wander around town.

Some Recommended Hotels and Hostels:

  • The Curtis Hotel
  • The Fish Hostel
  • The Oxford Hotel

Or, click here to check out hotels. Check Out Our Roundtrip Fares UNDER $199 at CheapOair

8:00 pm (ish) Ok, you’re hungry. The sunset is pretty legit and people are looking pretty happy for a Tuesday night. Grab a LYFT and go to either Avanti or Postino LOHI. Avanti is a great food hall with a gorgeous view of downtown Denver. It also has a single alcohol license for the entire building. Of course, local beer is on tap. You could also go to Postino which has a $20 bruschetta and bottle of wine special on Monday and Tuesday nights. Yes.

It’s almost 10:00 pm and you only have 36 Hours in Denver so it’s too early to go to sleep. Check out Williams and Graham which is about 2 or 3 blocks from Postino and about 7 blocks from Avanti. Williams and Graham is a speakeasy that actually made a list of the 50 best bars in the world. That’s legit considering how many bars there are in the world.

It’s late enough where it’s time to rest up for Wednesday’s explorations. You return via LYFT and get some rest.

Wednesday

It’s super early Wednesday and you’ve decided to work out with some Colorado peeps. Check out The November Project’s free workouts on Wednesdays. Typically they work out in Civic Center Park on Wednesdays at 5:30 am or 6:15 am but check out their Facebook page to see what they’re up to. Great people.  ***Do research exercise and altitude sickness***

8:00 am-10:00 am Not up for exercising first thing on a vacation. No worries. Have a leisurely lie in and then go to one of the following places for a great Colorado breakfast:

  • Mercantile Dining and Provision-Union Station
  • Stowaway-RINO District
  • Jelly (in the Capital Hill neighborhood)
  • Snooze-Union Station
  • Root Down-LOHI
  • Sassafras

These places are popular so you may have a bit of a wait f.y.i.

10:00 am You’ve had brunch it’s time to quickly check out Colorado’s state Capitol and the City and County Building. Don’t forget to take a picture at the actual 5280 (mile high) marker.

11:00 am (ish) You’ve already packed in a lot into your itinerary considering that you only have 36 hours in Denver. It’s time to embrace some culture. Check out the Dikeou Collection which is a really cool (free) contemporary art collection in downtown Denver that very few people know about.

12:00 pm (ish) make your way down to the Museum of Contemporary Art located near Denver’s Union Station. Designed by David Adjay-who was named the world’s most influential architect by Time magazine this year. The building is also the first building in America designed by an African-European architect. You’ll know you’re there when you see a building with a giant heart with a dagger in it. Be still my beating heart.

Take some time checking out the art and then enjoy some refreshments in the rooftop cafe (has WIFI).

Boulder

Huh? Isn’t Boulder far away? Nope. It’s less than an hour away and it would be a shame if you missed it.

1:00 pm Head to Denver’s Union Station and get a $9 round trip day pass. Take the bus that goes directly to Boulder. Check the t.v. screens in the bus terminal to figure out which “gate” the bus is departing from. Show the pass to the bus driver and then you’re on your way. **The bus going between Denver and Boulder is super clean and safe for those of you who’ve never taken the bus before.** 

2:00 pm Arrive at Boulder’s Downtown Bus Station. Walk one block to Boulder’s Pearl Street Mall. It’s an open air mall with lots of shops, restaurants, and a gorgeous view.

5:00 pm Leave Boulder for Denver and evening shenanigans

6:00 pm  (ish) Shenanigans

Ok, let’s be clear. There is a TON of fun to be had in Denver (and Colorado) regardless of time of year. This post will just gloss over all of the possibilities and then you can decide what you would like to do.

The Cruiser Ride

Make your way back to the hotel and rest up a little bit. If you’re visiting between May 15-Mid-September you can participate in the Denver Cruiser Ride. Ride the streets of Denver with 1,000 + of your favorite new friends.  You’ll have to check out a Bcycle (Denver Bcycle Bike Sharing Program) or see if there is a bike that you can borrow from your hotel. **This is a dangerous activity because you’re riding in the streets of Denver.** You’re an adult just going to put it out there.

Sports

Denver basically has a team for every sport. Let’s go through the list:

  • Denver Broncos-Football
  • Denver Nuggets-Basketball
  • Colorado Rapids-Soccer. F.Y.I. Dick’s Sporting Goods Field where they play is far from Downtown Denver.
  • Colorado Avalanche-Hockey
  • Colorado Rockies-Baseball.
  • Denver Barbarians-Rugby (Boulder is the headquarters for U.S. Rugby)

Breweries

Do you feel like keeping things low-key and having a beer while wandering around a cool neighborhood? Check out the RINO neighborhood and one of the following breweries:

  • Great Divide Brewing CO.
  • Epic Brewing CO.
  • Spanglang

There’s more and I will add to the list later.

Theater

Love the theater? Check out what’s being performed at the Denver Center for Performing Arts. One of my favorite places in Denver. I’ve seen the following shows there:

  • The Color Purple
  • Wicked
  • The Book of Mormon
  • The Lion King

and more!

Arts

Feel like checking out more art? Go to the Santa Fe Art District and wander up and down the street. I do prefer going to Santa Fe on the 1sr Friday of each month when they have musicians, food trucks, etc.

The Denver Art Museum has some amazing art and next to it is the Clyfford Still museum. Both typically close at 5:00 but occasionally have special events.

Restaurants

Just feel like eating after a day of checking out all of the things? Here are some restaurant suggestions:

  • Linger
  • there (yes, that’s the name)
  • Stueben’s
  • Work and Class
  • Uncle
  • Lena

Most vegetarians/vegans will have a couple of options on the menu (except Work and Class-that’s for meat lovers). Check the menu online to make sure they have stuff that you would like to eat.

36 Hours In Denver-Logistics

They will fly by. You’ll have a great time. Seriously. Some basic logistics

  • Water Bottle-Stay hydrated. We don’t carry them around for fun. It’s because it’s so dry here.
  • Read up on Altitude Sickness-EVERYONE regardless of your health. Talk to your doctor about any concerns that you may have. 
  • Bring layers. We have weird weather. Just saying.
  • Good walking shoes
  • Comfortable backpack
  • We don’t judge people (really ) for not dressing up. But, bring one cute outfit because-why not?
  • An open mindset. People are really friendly here. Don’t get weird if people start talking to you randomly. Obviously be mindful of your belongings and safety but that would be in any city. I’ve lived out East and I know it freaks people out. But, we don’t want anything-usually we’re just being friendly.
  • Don’t wait until the last minute to take the Plane to the Train back to the airport. It’s great but sometimes has…issues…

4:30 am (ish) Thursday

Time to go home!  Hope this was helpful and we are looking forward to having you visit our wonderful city and state. Welcome!

 

www.coloradoluvhub.info

The Egg and I-Restaurant Review

Disclosure: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog.

I love blogging about Colorado and sharing all of the great activities, resources, and cool things happening here. One of the communities I belong to is the Denver Bloggers Club. For those of you who are into blogging join this group. Great people, amazing resources…and free food! The April meeting was held at The Egg and I and I wanted to share my experience.

The Egg and I 

I had the opportunity to eat at The Egg and I as part of a Denver Bloggers Club Meetup. While I knew some things about The Egg and I, I’d never had the opportunity to try it out.

It’s a Colorado-based that started in Fort Collins. I found the food to be similar to what you would get at Village Inn (solid Americana) but better 🙂

There are over 100+ locations across the U.S. These locations are typically found in the Central U.S. not the Coasts.

Highlights:

  • I went insane for the Kale Cooler. Seriously. I had three glasses of it. I actually loved that Kale Cooler (and the Pineapple Tonic) so much that I wanted to suggest that they sell it in stores. That good. By the third glass I just owned my greediness and kept on drinking.
  • Soups and salad dressings are made in-house.
  • The seasonal specials-I had the Blueberry Lemon Curd pancake combo. Loved it. I’m looking forward to trying out their pumpkin waffles.
  • The plating size-No skimping on the servings. You will be full after you leave.
  • You can hold meetings at different locations (with wifi/etc.) Great use of the space.
  • The staff! They are amazing and you can tell that they really care about customer experience and the company.
  • We got some great swag!! I wasn’t expecting that. They gave us hot sauce (I knew then that they understood me) and a gift card for a future visit. Getting my Kale Cooler soon.

If you have those lovely snooty foodie friends that always want to go for fusion food, stuff made with dry ice, and ingredients sourced during a full moon-this isn’t the place for them.

If you have friends and family who want a comfortable and family friendly atmosphere, comfort food, don’t care about calories, and just want to enjoy eating a yummy, unpretentious meal The Egg and I is the place to take them.

I plan on stopping by the Leetsdale location at 560 S. Holly Street to get some more of that Kale Cooler as soon as humanly possible.

The Egg and I

Final thoughts: I would also like to extend a huge “Thank You!” to Summer and the rest of the wonderful crew who made my first experience at The Egg and I so wonderful. The Denver Bloggers Club was hosted at the Lakewood location (7830 W. Alameda). If you love supporting local restaurants doing great things The Egg and I should be on your list.

Related Post:

Need a Great Meal? Boston Market Has Your Back

Resources:

Don’t have a car and want to check out The Egg and I? Use my Lyft Promo code and get $5 off your first ride (new riders only)

www.coloradoluvhub.info




www.coloradoluvhub.info

Colorado Rockies Home Opener: Baseball Season Is Here

Disclosure: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. 

It is a gorgeous day and the Colorado Rockies home opener is this afternoon. I thought it would be helpful to share some tips and tricks on how to enjoy baseball season, have an amazing time, and get a ton of bang for your buck.

Let’s be honest. Denver LOVES opening day. I have the theory that opening day is basically the start of all of the summer shenanigans that we love to get into here. Once Opening Day happens we have the parties up in the mountains signaling the end of ski season, the Cherry Creek Sneak, 420 for the pot heads, and the Derby Day Party (just got my tickets). Basically, the Colorado Rockies Opening Day signals to Denverites that it’s  about to get real fun in Denver for the next 6 months or so.

So, let’s talk about the ins and outs of having an amazing time a the Colorado Rockies Home Opener without losing your mind. First, 50,000 of your closest friends will be inside Coors Field. Then, there’s the other people who plan on watching the game from one of the dozens of sports bars, breweries, and restaurants throughout downtown Denver. That’s a ton of people!

How to Get There

If you’re from the Denver/Boulder metro area or in-town visiting to support the Rockies or a visiting team one of the most important logistical issues you have to manage is how to get to Coors Field to watch the game. Coors Field is located at 2001 Blake and fortunately for everyone is within walking distance of downtown Denver’s gorgeous Union Station.

My favorite option for going downtown during baseball/football/hockey/basketball season is the Light Rail. It works really well and is pretty straightforward to use. Purchase a day pass for $5.20 when you get to the light rail station that is located nearest to you. On game days it will be crowded and rowdy in all of the best of ways.

My second favorite way to get to the game is to take LYFT. I love ridesharing and am a particular fan of LYFT because I’ve had a fantastic experience with them. Click here if you’re a first time user and get $15 in LYFT credit towards your first couple of rides.

If you drive. Ok, if you drive I would still VERY STRONGLY recommend parking at a Park-n-Ride along the light rail or A-Line and taking the train in. It will make your life easier. If you drive in double-check traffic jams, etc. utilizing the Waze app or CDOT’s website.

I also recommend buying a book of round trip light rail tickets a week from the Union Station bus depot (if you’re near there) so that you just have to validate your ticket at the light rail station and get on the train.

But, if you’re honest with yourself…you’re going to want to drink beer. Take public transit and have a good time!

Related Post:

The Ultimate Transit Guide to Denver and Boulder

Colorado Rockies Gear

You’ve got to represent! And, if you’re a Rockies fan it’s always nice to show your support with a baseball cap (it’s going to be sunny) or a jersey. You can order one off of Amazon and save a little money compared to buying in the stadium. Check out some gear suggestions below.

 

Money

In an effort to make things a bit more affordable have a couple of financial strategies in mind.  Use cash. By the time you hit your 3rd beer you may find your financial defenses down. Set aside a specific amount for spending in the stadium. Expenses to consider:

  • Transportation-Light rail tickets, gas, parking
  • Food-Eating during game and potential meal after the game.
  • Shenanigans
  • Whatever your kids may need. You know.

There are, of course, atms located in the and around the stadium.

Security

I’m not sure why but there are still people who seem to be confused by the fact that stadiums have stepped up their security protocols. Don’t be that person. Click here for Coors Field Security information. 

But, here is a quick brief run through of what to expect.

  • Don’t bring a big bag.
  • You will walk through security screening
  • Your bags WILL be searched

Again, read through the Coors Field Security information so that you can avoid being “that guy.” Remember, the staff is working hard to insure that you and other participants have a safe and enjoyable experience. Don’t hassle them.

Miscellaneous

If you’re visiting or new to Denver there are a couple of things to remember.

  • Wear sunscreen! You will burn.
  • Drink water.
  • The people love having a good time and you may find yourself talking to strangers. East Coast people don’t freak out.
  • We love rooftop bars. If you can’t get watch the game in the stadium there are some great venues near and around the stadium.

There is nothing better than watching the Colorado Rockies on opening day. Have fun. Don’t go broke.

www.coloradoluvhub.info

10 Pieces of Colorado Gear for the Colorado Obsessed

Disclosure: In order for me to support my blogging activities, I may receive monetary compensation or other types of remuneration for my endorsement, recommendation, testimonial and/or link to any products or services from this blog. “

Everyone has their favorite state and when you’re claiming your favorite state love you have to sport some great gear. Whoever thought of putting the Colorado flag on different types of gear to pronounce your Colorado love was a genius! I thought I would share a nice mix of items that may help you represent Colorado and be proud of your blue, red, white, and gold!

Share Your Colorado Love!

Everyone seems to have at least one Colorado T-Shirt that is brought out for every hike. The shirt below is cute, fitted and stylish and transitions nicely to happy hour at your favorite local restaurant.

We have a ridiculous amount of sun in Colorado so you don’t want to be without Colorado Ball Cap to keep the sun off your face.

Even though it feels like winter completely skipped the Colorado Plains in 2016-2017, the mountains had plenty of snow to sport the following Colorado Beanie with Pom Pom.

Because everyone needs at least one Colorado Mug to drink their Kaladi coffee from in the morning.

Ok, I only like puppies and travel too much to have a dog. But, for the rest of my Colorado peeps-the dog love is real. Grab a Colorado Flag Dog leash so that fido can rep for Colorado.

It’s St. Patrick’s Day on 4 days from the time that this post was published and nothing says I love all things Irish and Colorado better than the I Love Colorado Shamrock T-Shirt below.

Some people take their Colorado love a step further by proudly flying the Colorado Flag from their home or their truck.

You always need an extra pair of socks. You might as well grab a pair of Colorado Long Socks for the next time you go hiking.

We are ridiculously casual in Colorado due to all of the fitness related activities that we’re doing. Guys get this Colorado Hoodie for the next epic hike that you go on.

Ladies, I didn’t forget about you! Here’s a cute I Heart Colorado hoodie for your next hike as well.

Sometimes it may feel a little cliche to wear things to share your love of the great state of Colorado. But, like loving your favorite sports teams sometimes you just have to throw it all out there!

www.coloradoluvhub.info

All About Frozen Dead Guy Days

I’ve known about Grandpa for awhile. You know, the Grandpa who left this mortal coil and was placed on ice in a Tuff shed in Nederland. Wait, you don’t know about this? Well, let me tell you about it. There is a nice Scandinavian grandpa frozen in a Tuff shed in Nederland. Seriously.

Over time (and perhaps over a drunk or stoned conversation) a fabulous celebration sprung forth=Frozen Dead Guy Days. It is a three-day celebration of… a dead guy in a Tuff Shed because-why not?

There is a pancake breakfast, live music, and my favorite: the coffin races! There is also a parade, costumes, and hearses. It’s a tongue in check celebration of an awkwardly funny death story that has reached mythical status.

There is also the frozen turkey bowling event and a Grandpa look-alike competition.

Frozen Dead Guy days is quite frankly that excuse that everyone needs to party after a long-hard winter season (even though this year has been super mild).

If you’re thinking about attending it’s super affordable you can pay $10 for access to all of the music tents but there are a couple of things to keep in mind.

Preparing for Frozen Dead Guy Days:

  • Wear boots because it’s usually pretty muddy or snowy (mud season has been starting earlier)
  • Wear layers and a jacket that can tie around your waist because sometimes it gets really warm but it can get windy.
  • I would bring at least around $50 in cash because you will: need gas to go to Nederland, buy some beers (don’t forget your designated driver), eat and miscellaneous items.
  • It is a higher elevation don’t forget to hydrate prior to going.

The atmosphere is super chill, very family friendly, and a lot of fun. It is Colorado so there will be people who have enjoyed the ganja.

If you don’t feel like driving to Nederland, you can park at the Boulder Transit Station parking garage and take the N bus to Nederland. This is nice because you can have a beer and leave the driving to someone else.

Colorado has a number of festivals that you may not of heard of-have you heard of the Ski Joring Festival in Leadville? Well, you’ve just missed it LOL! Will share that in another post at another time.

Local festivals are a great way to celebrate small town Colorado. Fortunately for us, there are several really cool festivals coming up this Spring.

www.coloradoluvhub.info

www.coloradoluvhub.info

The Train to the Plane: Why I Love the A Line Warts and All

Every day Kyle Clark asks the following question about the A Train…is it working? And, it each day it feels like a crap shoot. But, I remember the whole debacle with the opening of Denver International Airport. They used to call it Dead in the Air because it took forever to open and it kept experiencing delays.

People love DIA now.

I’ve taken the A Line several times to the airport and I absolutely love how it connects the city of Denver to the airport. It’s the beginning of a rebranding of the city of Denver with the rest of the country, and yes, the world as a world-class city.

The Issues

There is a problem with the timers for the gates. This is a huge issue and it does baffle me that the light rail system runs so well in terms of being on time but that the A Line is still experiencing these issues.

If history is any indication the public will forget the initial problems that the train has had in the long run: unless they were part of that group of people who had to walk on the tracks last year.

What do you think about the A Line? What has your experience been?

 

 

www.shopmyclosetproject.com

Epic Fail Square State Will No Longer Be a Daily Show


I thought I could do it. Create an episode a day for my podcast Square State. Let’s be honest, there are so many things happening that I would never lack content. In fact, I worried that I would have too much content to use and not enough time to share it. Instead, this experiment was an epic fail.

Epic Fail

It soon became clear pretty quickly that with all of my other projects that I was working on, that a daily podcast was just 5 shows too many a week. I found myself scrambling, unable to edit, and towards the end just forgetting to record a show until it was too late to share.

The quality fo the show suffered and I found myself feeling frustrated because I always want to give 100% to whatever project that I’m working on and it just wasn’t happening.

It was just too much.

Fortunately, I did learn a couple of things from running this experiment. There is interest in Square State. Certain episodes have high rates of listenership. I learned that there is more than enough space to share my show, my voice, and my view of life in Colorado.

What’s Next?

Well, I took a break for a week and spent some time thinking about what I wanted to communicate, share, and explore with my audience. I will share two episodes a week on Monday and Wednesdays. Typically, there will be an episode where I share a story, thoughts, or resources that people may want to have access to. The other episode will be an interview with someone from Colorado.

I will also have monthly series that will be published consecutively during the same day. I am hoping to still hit 365 episodes but just configured in a very different way.

Thank you for your patience as I’ve worked on the best way to run this show.

www.shopmyclosetproject.com