Start UP your day with a bumping playlist of tunes or just simply one song on REPEAT
Today’s Eargasm has got me going all day ( granted it’s only 215PM) ! Pump up the volume for this Bumping Beat of The Day: Revolution by Diplo ! This remix will most def turn up your day.
Maybe the music to your ears isn’t enough to make your day better. If you happen to be in Ann Arbor walk on over to your nears Arbor Bike Stop – mine happens to be the Library Lane located on South 5th Street between East William & East Liberty. You can slide in your credit card and for $6 you get to pop out a lovely blue bike to ride for the next 60 minutes. I didn’t really have a plan of where I would go on my bike ride … just let the sunshine and day take me to where the road led. On my journeys I got a bit thirsty and remembered the Jefferson Market & Cakery was near by. The Jefferson Market was voted Best Local Cakery in Michigan more than 3 times. Today, April 15th happens to be their 8th birthday! To celebrate they were rolling out Free Slices of their famous cakes. Although the pic of the cake is not featured you can find one hear on my @tR3NDEY instagram account.
To celebrate today was the official opening day of their re-model of the interior of the shop. The Jefferson Market is located on 609 West Jefferson Street in downtown Ann Arbor.
Monday they are closed but are open : Tuesday – Thursday 8-2PM and Friday 8-5. The best time to go I think is for the weekend brunch : Saturday & Sunday 10-1 PM.
I was totally feeling this authentic wood floor and had to take a snapshot.
Here is a photo of my lunch ” The Enlightenment ” on a Pretzel Roll & the Arbor Bike i Rode over. It was totally fabulous and did provide me with some enlightenment that it is up to you to make your day better !
It was really fun to hop on a bike! I probably haven’t biked since my last bike share ride in Miami Beach. I love that I was able to get in a few miles walking this morning, a few miles biking this afternoon and later on will go to Yoga down the block.
Vibe On, Walk 10,000 steps, and eat things you love,