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My place to bitch and rave about losing the baby weight, becoming healthy, and to stop clogging my friends facebook newsfeeds with instagram photos of when I worked out....more
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I juggle motherhood, married life and marathons while maintaining a regular 9-5.
I lost over 80 pounds and maintain it by running. Running a lot :)....more
Two basketball teammates who talk about the Stanford Women's Basetball games and women's sports issues, among other things. Anyone can list a box score and how many rebounds a player got. We write about the game from the fan's perspective. Just like you. Check it out at http://womenssportsinformation.com/blog.html
C. Mom brings readers on a magic carpet ride through the daily roller coaster of family, parenting, sanity, fitness, and relationships. Nothing is too personal, especially when it is honest and tells a story. C. Mom tells it all: the good, the bad, and the ugly. ...more
This is the new home to my blog of self discovery. I've been blogging for about 3 years and over that time it has taken a different turn. I've grown from looking at my relationships to looking at my own life and trying to decide what purpose I will have in the future. It's about self discovery thru discussion of most topics out there.
Calipidder.com offers trip reports, photographs, and gear advice for exploring California’s parks and remote backcountry on foot. Based in Silicon Valley, Calipidder.com is owned and written by Rebecca Sowards-Emmerd, a technology geek and backpacking addict. This site focuses primarily on backpacking, with a healthy dose of dayhiking, peak bagging, geocaching, photography, and miscellaneous other outdoor sports.
Horses are so full of beauty, yet most horsemanship is not, using pressure, bribes, and force. At least, it was for me. After years, I found a better way through "radiance, release, and renewal." Through radiance, you can finally stop "acting" like a horse trainer and start truly being one. Through release, you can stop using treats and pressure with your horse, utilizing pure release instead (imagine loosening -- not pulling on -- the reins to stop!). Through renewal, you can find how you and your horse were meant to be together....more