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The Summer of Life Skills

Life with teenagers is a blast. It's basically the gift that keeps on giving. This summer, Brian and I decided ...
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2015: The Gloriously Weird Year of Finding Myself, Divorcing, and Turning 40

What a weird year this has been. I mean, I knew it was weird, but then looking back through my ...
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Goals. And Reaching Them.

It's not a secret, if you've been around here for a bit, that I have a love/hate relationship with running ...
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Wild Week in the City!

Last summer, Jason, Henry and I were discussing what we wanted to do for Thanksgiving and Christmas. We'd all been ...
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Goodbye 2014, Hello 2015

Oh, 2014. You've been good and you've been bad. As far as I'm concerned, you can go ahead and get ...
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When things don’t make sense…

There are times when we realize that things just don't make sense. But once we think about it, they make perfectly perfect ...
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Running Contentment

This week I wrote down the word "Contentment." Contentment is always a goal of mine. Sometimes I feel content with ...
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Change.

A few weeks ago, my energy got gunky. I'm not sure how or why or what it was about. But ...
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The Dumbest, Most Amazing Thing I’ve Ever Done #GlassSlipperChallenge

There. I said it. Running the Glass Slipper Challenge was the dumbest thing I've ever done. Yet it was also ...
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Letting My Competitive Side Show

I don't feel like I'm very competitive. I mean, I'm sure I am in many ways, but I don't think ...
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It Was Like My Childhood, Only WAY Cooler

We're car people. That's no secret to anyone who has been to our house. Right now, we have four cars ...
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This is probably a bad idea.

Remember a while back when I talked about making sure I was SO VERY prepared for the Wine & Dine ...
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What A Difference A Year Makes

A year ago, I woke up and (without knowing it was National Running Day) spent $19.95 to get the Couch ...
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Two Halves Make a Whole, Right?

I did it. I did the thing I swore I wouldn't do. I signed up for a second half marathon ...
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