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Have you heard of Whole30? It’s a program where you reset your body for 30 days. You can eat anything as long as it’s not on the list of “don’t eat these” foods. So for the next 30 days… I’m … Continue reading
It’s derby season again. I’m stronger. I’m more stable. I’m slightly more agile. I’m better at the beginning of this year than I was at the end of last year. Also, I never ever see myself from a profile. So … Continue reading
Really this is about getting back to fitness. I’ve had a LOT of changes in my life in the past 4 months or so. And because of those changes, life has gotten in the way of exercise. And as a … Continue reading
I got out of bed with my alarm (almost – I hit the snooze a couple times). I got up, I put on workout clothes. I went into my workout room. I set up my music on my computer. I … Continue reading
I have booty shorts from when I first started derby. The skull hands. The rainbow ruffle butt. My Siren’s uniform. My Gold Pain uniform. Tonight, I wore the skull hands… this one: This is my “before” picture in July 2013. … Continue reading
In every (what I call) reputable weight loss/get fit/get healthy program I’ve seen/heard about/read about, there is one consistency: Eat Breakfast. In 1FW the recommendation is eat breakfast (including a protein) and drink at least one glass of water within … Continue reading
Exploring the Northern Troth
Offering empathy to those who find themselves alone at middle-age
Writing through life's passages.
Bringing love back into my life after losing the love of my life!
Writing that goes everywhere, man
My Husband Died When I Was 25 After A Short Fight Against Bowel Cancer
A little blog about us *now with added glitter*
Ramblings of a girl masquerading as a woman...
the life and times of a young widow, teacher & mother
before, after and the wine in between.
Exploring a new land and continuing to learn about myself
"...To thine own self be true, and it must follow, as the night the day, thou canst not then be false to any man." - Hamlet, Shakespeare