Health tips. Natural remedies. Our runs and adventures. Injury prevention and treatment. Oh yeah - and we also write about the benefits of hot and cold therapy before (prehab) and after (rehab) injury.
A gambit is a conversation starterâ€”throw something out into the blogosphere and get people to respond, or at least think. My posts are varied, but my four most frequent labels are a telling description of my writing topics:
Coastal Cravings: I live on the west coast and am drawn to the ocean. You'll get the local picture of my small, surf-crazy town.
Fun: This is something fun I did. Maybe you'll do it too if I share it with you.
Ponder Points: These are topics that I'm thinking about and, by God, I want to get these thoughts outta my head and off my chest.
Travel: I love it when people share their "Off the Beaten Path" adventures with me, so I'm returning the favor.
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This blog began simply because I was looking for something that was never found. A college sports blog by a woman, for women. Not one that focuses solely on stats, or on one team or even on one sport. I was looking for a blog that talked about the same things I love about college sports - things like the fans of perpetually losing programs filling the bleachers anyway. Things like tailgating, game day fashion, family based activities and yes, the games themselves. I love the stories of the players, the coaches and even the nobodies who make the whole thing happ...more
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Vegan food, exercise and learning to love myself are all three of my greatest weaknesses. Hence, musings from these three things are what I reproduce in blog form on a daily basis. It's all about being a foodie, learning to love running/exercise and redirecting myself former self into the fit person I am today....more
A stay at home mother to three children, and caretaker to her grandmother journals daily about her weightloss efforts. Her good days and bad..Laugh and Cry with her during her Journey. She is half way there and is now fighting to come back and lose the rest of her weight after the loss of her grandfather this year. She's learning this year why she turned to food in the first place. She's learning her self worth. Will she do it? Can she get past this and lose the rest of the weight? Check her out!