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Are you happy to hear the alarm ring in the morning? Do you jump out of the bed anxious for the day to begin? Walk around the house with a bounce to your step, even before that cup of coffee? Me neither. I am not an early riser by nature, despite the fact I’m not...
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Sherry Boehning recently completed the White Rock Marathon in Dallas,  her first, with a smile on her face. The irony is that she began running to get her mind off a personal issue which was caused great anxiety – having a child through fertility treatments and later adoption. Read more about Sherry’s journey to start...
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What makes you feel good? To help guide and happy and healthy 2011, I am recommending that you make a top ten list of things that make you feel good – really good. By a simple awareness of those things that make you feel great, you will be more likely to make time for these activities,...
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Today’s interview is with Tricia Minnick, a 27-year old runner, mother and author of Endurance Isn’t Only Physical. In her quest to run her first marathon this Sunday in San Antonio, she has lost 150 pounds and started living a healthy life. Her experience – from start to finish – will be featured in my...
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This past weekend, my family travelled to lovely Missoula, Montana. While there, my husband I participated in our final Olympic length triathlon of the season – The MTCC Garden Valley Triathlon. I won’t bore you with a play-by-play of the race, but I will share a few challenges I faced. I happen to be going...
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