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GNC Earth Genius

This post is sponsored by GNC Earth Genius, however, I am sharing my own thoughts. The US Food and Drug Administration has not evaluated the statements in this blog. These products and statements are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure or prevent any disease. Sometimes I can’t believe the amount of time and energy that

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Massage Envy & My Self-Care

Talk about self-care is everywhere I turn lately, which is a great thing!  More than ever before we are being encouraged from many directions to make the investment into our physical, spiritual and mental well-being.  As refreshing as this cultural shift is, I’m sure I’m not the only one who still has a bit of

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“Get Out” In Black & White

WARNING: ** this article contains some light spoilers ** “Your role in social change starts two steps past where you’re comfortable.”— Brittany Packnett Both times I’ve watched “Get Out” have left me disturbed and sleeping uneasily.  Not to be over dramatic about it.  I am generally scared of the dark and what lurks behind shower curtains, but

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5 Steps to Your Best Performance

The 2017 CrossFit Games Open begins this week.  At this point no one is going to get significantly more fit over night, but there are some concrete steps you can take on and around game day to maximize your performance. The list of elements that go into being mentally and physically prepared to create your best

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Two Homes, One Task

I’ve been co-parenting for the past six years.  There are certain aspects that, while they are our normal, they aren’t easy.  At times I check myself when I think, “why haven’t I gotten used this yet?”  Besides working to be a great mother in general, I consider managing the co-parenting relationship and a child’s adjustment

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On Bended Knee

“True peace is not merely the absence of tension, it is the presence of justice.” –Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Just yesterday I was saying in conversation with a friend that I’ve been feeling hopeful that issues of race, inequality, and oppression are firmly back in the forefront enough that we as a society have

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