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    Jesica Davis, the mother of two young children and a transplanted New Yorker, shares the triumphs and challenges of her journey to become a Southern California surfer....more


    Blog about my cycling adventures, both as a former (and hope to be again) mountain bike racer and bicycle commuter.  Sometimes talk about life in general and often share stories about my puppies....more

    Susan Polgar Chess Daily News

    Bringing you updated, timely, fair, and objective chess daily news and information from around the globe by the #1 chess blog in the world. I also focus on women's chess, chess for girls, chess in education, and chess benefits, etc."According to research, Test scores improved by 17.3% for students regularly engaged in chess classes, compared with only 4.6% for children participating in other forms of enriched activities."...more

    Sweat Dish

    It's about exploring fitness, health and training for a half marathon! It's about personal reflection, talking to the professionals, listening to your ideas and prioritizing my fitness goals!...more

    Sweat Style

    Where Fitness and Fashion Meet!  I am a former professional triathlete, triathlon coach and have a degree in kinesiology. I love to encourage people to challenge themselves physically, whether it’s completing your first Pilates class, running your first 5k or finishing an Ironman triathlon. With this blog, I hope to explore and discuss the intersection of fitness and fashion as well as give fitness tips and inspire you to get fit. Enjoy!...more

    Swim Bike Mom

    I woke up one morning and decided I would become a triathlete.  My Decision was not particularly interesting, aside from the fact that I was fat.  And out of three of the sports that make up triathlon (swimming, biking and running), I had never done any of them. Oh, and I was a mom of two kids under two years of age.  I worked full-time. So really, the Decision to become a triathlete was more like a toddler saying, I think I’ll learn to drive an eighteen wheeler today.  The Decision did not make any real sense....more

    Taking It On

    Taking It On details the return to running and fitness as well as the family life of a mother of 4 who was an elite athlete once upon a time....more

    Tales from Mid-Air

    As a three year old, I wore red cowboy hats and wrote stories in the margins. As a five year old, I dug for clay under swingsets and jumped from slides with "Wonder Woman" as my battle cry. My dad died when I was six because he drank too much. My Mama's heart broke when I was 26; I couldn't fix it. I've spent my life in Denver, living and loving. I'm a restless spirit who is finally seeing the peace in every day--who finally loves where she is and who she is just because it is what it is. I'm a human being. I make mistakes. ...more

    Tales from the Tee

    Tales from the Tee is a forum for women to join the conversation about women's golf.  We want to hear about your stories on the golf course, how you use golf in your business and how golf has helped you to overcome personal and business obstacles.  We will share information about our events, golf news, the latest golf fashion, golf travel tips and of course lot's of tips to improve your game.  We are of the mindset that women can be empowered simply by participating in the lifestyle of golf and it is our mission to introduce as many women as possible to this amazing sport in ...more

    Tales of the Todd's

    Tales of the Todd's is a true life blog written by a Baseball Wife. Here you can find her witty encounter of a sometimes crazy, rollercoaster ride of a life in baseball. Be prepared to laugh, cry and experience every pitch with Erica. She is sure to show you a fun filled look into what it is like being married to a contender in one of America's Favorite Past times!...more

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