Thursday I had the opportunity to work at the Logan Circle lululemon store in DC! My goal is to be a store manager, so I was super excited to check out this great store and team!
I arrived in the city with 1.5 hours to kill before my shift. Right off the Metro I saw Red Velvet Cupcakery. I was sold when the sweet lady behind the counter said they had vegan flavors.
Hello vanilla velvet! It was de.li.cious. Yum.
The cupcake was good fuel as I hightailed it around town. I wanted to explore a lot in a short amount of time.
Working with the Logan Circle lululemon team is awesome. The company is really entrepreneurial so each store operates a little differently. Their guests were awesome and I enjoyed getting to know the team!
The lovely Jaclyn stopped by the store to say hello and bring me some tea! (Thanks Jaclyn!) I feel so privileged meeting awesome people through the blog.
After work I took a nice walk and hopped on the metro to meet friends for dinner. Let me tell you- I’m a city girl at heart. There’s something about the possibility and freedom of navigating a big city!
I made it to the Silver Spring area to meet Megan and friend Greg for an authentic Ethiopian dinner!
Greg is quite the joker. Love funny friends!
Greg lives in the area and directed us to dinner.
They were really easy with making their dishes vegan. I ordered the Misir Kik Wot- a red lentil dish.
It was delicious and so much to eat! I kept adding lentils to the belly and scooped it out with the spongy injera bread
There’s nothing better to do after a great dinner than to enjoy a great dessert. We found FroZenYo and they had dairy-free flavors. Done and done.
I had the mango soft serve and topped it with just about every vegan topping they had. Naturally I had the heaviest bowl. Love.
In reality I’m realizing my body doesn’t <3 sugar as much as I do. I woke up the next morning with a very unsettled belly and headache! At least the company kept me laughing even after we had parted!
What is your favorite kind of food? Italian, Ethiopian, Thai?