#liveinprAna Review and Discount

Last week I completed the #7daystretch with prAna and Sweat Pink and it could not have come at a more opportune time. In the beginning of the week, I was feeling completely overwhelmed with the move. The challenge was a daily reminder to slow down, that I could only do so much at one time and not everything would get done in a day. So throughout the challenge, I not only stretched my body but also my mind and soul to show how I truly #liveinprana.
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Monday: Get up and stretch ‘dem legs! Show us your favorite quad and/or hamstring stretch{es}!
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Tuesday: Backbends. Any backbend. All backbends. Show us how you get bendy!
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Wednesday: It’s our mid-week stretch it out. Show us what’s getting you through your hump day.
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Thursday: Show us a #tbt to a time when you stretched outside of your comfort zone.
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Friday: Happy #freefriday Y’all! We want to see what makes you feel the freest.
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Saturday: Saturday side stretch! Show us your fave side stretch{es}!
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Sunday: What are your favorite ways to restore your mind, body, and soul?
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So in honor of our beautiful #7daystretch, here are 7 things you might not know about me…
Thing 1: I’m crazily obsessed with… lifting each other up. When I asked Ryan to fill in the blank for me he said fitness or healthy living. I’d agree with both of those things, too!
Thing 2: I have a collection of… Hm, I don’t collect anything. Maybe running shoes since I have more of those than anything.
Thing 3: I am secretly {but not so secretly} in love with… peanut butter and coffee. I’ve been known to make a mad dash to the store in my pajamas if I wake up and realize we’re all out of coffee.
Thing 4: When I was 7, I wanted to be… a marine biologist. Sea World can do that to you.
Thing 5: If I could do one thing today, it would be… finish organizing everything in our new house. Clutter and random piles drive me nuts.
Thing 6: I’ve always dreamed of going to… Greece. I’ll keep dreaming.
Thing 7: My favorite way to travel is by… cruise ship!
Now it’s your turn to join in on the fun! Leave a comment below with one, two, or seven things that I didn’t know about you.
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Onto the clothes. As a tall girl, I struggle to find pants that are long enough. Oftentimes I’ll think that I’ve found the perfect pair based on the look and cut, only to try them on and have them fit like capris. Confession: I’ve purchased a pair {or two} of pants in short and worn them as capris.
prAna is every tall girl’s dream. Pants in regular size have a 32″ inseam, whereas the tall pants have a 36″ inseam. That’s FOUR additional inches! And guess what… I even had to roll my pair of Halle Pants so they didn’t drag.
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I’m being serious when I say that these pants fit.like.a.glove. They had just enough flare at the bottom, but not too much. The thighs were a little loose, but not baggy. And the waist had two buttons, plus a drawstring that gets tucked inside. The waist was just a tiny bit too big, but I was able to easily fix that by tying the drawstring a little tighter and they didn’t sag or give me that awkward front bulge.
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Some neat things about the Halle Pants are they’re super flexible, water-resistant, reinforced at the knees, and there’s a hidden zipper pocket on the upper right leg. Not to mention, they can be worn across seasons because you can roll up the pant legs and snap them into capri length. There’s a very good chance that I’ll be ordering another pair so I don’t wear these out too quickly. Apple picking and fall hikes, here I come!
P.S. Want to order a pair of Halle Pants or a different style for yourself? Don’t forget to take advantage of the discount!
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored by prAna through my affiliation with FitApproach. All opinions are my own.

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