Exciting News and (Another) Midweek Favorite Finds

After that heavy post from earlier today, can I share something exciting? If you have visited Oh Whimsical Me lately, you may have noticed a new page link up top (titled Fitness Journey). I was contacted by the social media consultant (Tara Smith) for Revolt Fitness to trial their program and share all of my results with you! I'll be starting the program April 29th and sharing my progress here (with photos even! kinda scary) once a week for the next 12 weeks. As someone who has recently begun to embrace my own health and fitness, I could not be more excited. Revolt seems like such a great program with lots of structure, serious workouts, and a clean eating extravaganza! I think Revolt will be just the kick in the rear I need to finally reach my fitness goals. Here's to a stronger, healthier me! Check out a video featuring Nichole Huntsman, Revolt's founder, and the Revolt Fitness Manifesto, below:

Without further ado, my Midweek Favorite Finds:

1. How Sweet It Is's recipe for Spiked Almond Joy Poundcake had me drooling, majorly. I may just have to make it this weekend.

^image via How Sweet It Is^

2. I'm a longtime reader if The Sartorialist, I just think he is brilliant. I love seeing and being inspired by fashion from all over the world. His post from yesterday, If You're Thinking About Walking Shorts, is lovely. I'd love to find a pair. Do you know where I can get some? Please share if you do! Perhaps I'll have to hit up the thrift stores.   

3. This Beside Table DIY over at A Beautiful Mess? So cool! Those girls are so crazy talented, and so is everyone who works for them (I'm pretty sure they're, like, everyone's favorite blog). This homemade table has got me brainstorming about all kinds of wood-working projects I could do!

^via A Beautiful Mess^
4. Probably the thing I am most excited about, Eisley premiered the song Drink The Water (listen below) from their upcoming album Currents (dropping May 28th) for Nylon Magazine. I can't even begin to describe how excited I am for this new album. I've been a long time fan of Eisley, my obsession with their dreamy music began all the way back in their early days when I was in Junior High! And I love love love everything they put out. And I really love love love Stacy's other group Sucre. It's been 2 years since their last full length album The Valley. Their new stuff is sounding better than ever. How do you keep getting better and better, Eisley? How?

Hoping your week is nothing but lovely so far.