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A Year Can Change A Lot: Part 1


Yesterday on Twitter I said, “If you would have told me 1 year ago what my life would be like today I never would have believed you.” After I said that, some of you asked me to share my experience. Since the story is a bit longer than 140 characters, I decided to write a […]


Free Your Heart And Your Mind Will Follow


Yesterday, Caitlin blogged about a post by Kelly about default thinking. Kelly asked her readers if they have one thing that they tend to think about when they aren’t busy doing something. Such a simple question, but also a very telling question depending on your answer. Kelly said that she tends to default to running, […]


Evolutionary Psychology 101: Exercise Is Key


Good evening! Check out some fun OSG and GMM things on the WWW: 1) Mmmm. Another Peanut Butter and Jam Glo Bites spotting! This time all the way in the Netherlands!! You can check it out here. 2) The Green Monster Movement website is updated with more green monster recipes. This time, featuring a delicious […]


Evolutionary Psychology 101: Why Diets Fail


I am often asked if there were any parts of my training in social psychology that were influential on the way that I now view my road to health. I always think back to a course that I took during my 3rd year of my undergraduate program called Evolutionary Psychology. This course was in part […]


The Wheatgrass Made Me Do It


After baking today, I had a photoshoot with the goods! Meet my Vegan Dulce de Leche Brownie Bomb Biscotti: BOOYAH! Meet Classic Glo-nola: The newest Glo Bar to hit the streets- RENEW (high protein + antioxidant)   Fun times! I’m quite pooped from baking and packaging all day long. I am going to take the […]


Rest Days: What Exactly Do You Do?


Good morning! It isn’t always easy returning to school or work after the last long weekend of summer. So to cheer you all up, I am having a fun chia seed giveaway this morning! Read on to find out how to enter. :)   Rest Days: What Exactly Do You Do? Over the years, my […]


When To Push and When To Pull Back


I have to get this off my chest :D This was amazing!!!!!!! Recipe coming soon! When To Push and When To Pull Back Today on Twitter, I made a plea for help. I was not feeling motivated for my run at all. I felt tired and had a lot of tax stuff left to do […]


My Fitness Bucket List

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[I had way too much fun with Photoshop yesterday.] Recently on Twitter, Fit Bottomed Girls posted a link to this article by Steve Ruiz on his compilation of a fitness bucket list. If you have seen the movie Bucket List with Jack Nicholson and Morgan Freeman, you know what I’m talking about. A bucket list […]


It’s All About The Crunch


Our grocery shop this week was high in veggies and fruit! Meat was no where to be found much to Eric’s chagrin. The new rules are if he wants meat he has to cook it. And since he is lazy in the kitchen, he has simply stopped buying it. lol.   Another new fruit for […]


The Superwoman Syndrome: Dangers of Over-Training


Right before my pelvic injury, I was doing lots of cross training. My treadmill has a 2-mile Army Fitness Test where you run as fast as you can for 2 miles and then it gives you a score out of 100. Being competitive by nature, and also having past experience with short distance races, I […]


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