Ben Tries Wick Wear

I am a heavy sweater and refuse to run in anything but wick wear. I’ve been telling Ben the joys of sweat wicking fabric for a long time, but I don’t think he believed me.

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Yesterday I went out and got him a long sleeve tech tee to wear under his shirt. He’s been biking to work lately and I knew it would come in handy.

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Our extensive discussion of sweat wicking fabric and impromptu funny photo shoot made me late for class again. I am tragic. IMG 4136 thumb Ben Tries Wick Wear

I took breakfast on the go – pumpkin, cereals, chia seeds and PB all piled on top of what was left in a greek yogurt container.

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Mix before attempting to eat in the car or you’ll end up with cereal in your lap. Just saying.

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I still haven’t ironed out the parking permit situation with my building. Better get on that!

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  1. says

    YUM. I really need to start doing some of these pumpkin recipes! I can’t wait to get back to the States to try them out–apparently France is anti canned pumpkin, or “citrouille” as it’s known around these parts!

  2. Jen says

    So… you don’t get sweat stains with wick wear? Or, at least, the material greatly minimizes the stains? Is it a good investment?

    See, I’m a heavy sweater, too, but I’ve never tried wick wear. I look so gross after a workout in my sweat-drenched t-shirt. >___<

  3. says

    I don’t really sweat much at all, so I just wear whatever I have that’s clean. It might not look nice, but as long as I’m comfortable, I’m good!

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