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I am an all in type of girl. When I decide to do something, it’s with a dive in attitude. I “attempted” to start running four years ago. I had never ran before and had no clue where to even start. At the time, my goal wasn’t entirely pure of heart either. I needed something […]
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Fitness…oh joy. *eyeroll* When I think of fitness and exercise, I immediately think back to my childhood, to loud, smelly gyms with a gym teacher that was way to enthusiastic about fitness. Picture Jane Fonda and Richard Simmons combined into one thirty-something permed, tanned body with double layered colored scrunched socks. Do you remember scrunched […]
My current season does not allow room for a good workout. I could get up at 4:00 and fit one in, but then all other aspects of my life would crumble. I need sleep more than I “need” a good workout. So I could, but I won’t. It’s not a priority for me right now. […]
Hello Hello! It’s Foodie Friday and I, like many of my mommy friend counterparts, rarely have time to stir my son’s baby food much less, regularly make colorful, home cooked meals. However, in my quest to shed the rest of my baby and pre-baby weight, I have had to make some life changes in order […]
Yep, it’s that time of year again. The leaves are falling, the wind is blowing, the temperatures are slowly dropping and… the kids are coughing. Not only is it time to break out the pumpkin pie spice, it’s also time to find grandma’s chicken noodle soup and old stand-byes for coughs, flu and croup symptoms. […]
I recently bought three dresses in a shop. I brought them home and showed my 13- year-old daughter, who is now highly interested in what I’m wearing to make sure first of all that I won’t be embarrassing, and secondly to determine if she wants to borrow it. She noticed that one dress I purchased […]
It is the 10th leading cause of death in the nation, but 2nd among ages 10-34. (1) It steals more years of life than any other single cause except heart disease and cancer. (2) And its prevalence seems to be trending upward across the United States.(3) Suicide can impact anyone, of any race, any gender, […]