Now It’s MY Season. Yoga, Pilates, and the SLO Marathon

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Okay, that title sounds pretty selfish, doesn’t it? My Season. The season of ME. Well, sometimes it’s okay to be selfish. Saturday was our final meet of the cross country season. It was a big one, the CIF (California Interscholastic Federation) preliminaries, the next step after league finals in the road toward state championships. We […]

Fit Fall Fashion: Fun at Lorna Jane!

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This post was sponsored by Lorna Jane through my association with Fit Approach as a Sweat Pink Ambassador. All opinions are my own. Okay. I’m know that I’m no fashion blogger. In fact, I fail at regular fashion. My life has been spent in the laid back Southern California desert, my jobs have either required […]

Turning the Corner: Starting My New Job

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Well, after three months and six days of unemployment, I officially started my new job on Tuesday. I’ll be working as a personal trainer at a country club in Palm Desert. Actually I’ve already seen a client a couple times, but Tuesday was my training day, as I’ll be working a few desk hours a […]

Getting Outside with LÄRABAR (plus a Giveaway)

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Today’s post is sponsored by LÄRABAR but my love of their bars is all my own. Get Outside I love to exercise outdoors. I am a runner first and foremost, and as I have, ahem, gotten a little older, I appreciate more and more the joy of trail running. Some days, though, it’s great to […]

Train Smarter: 5 Ways to PR Running Three Days a Week

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Personal Record. PR. It has a nice ring to it, doesn’t it? For many runners, setting a personal best time in a race is their ultimate goal. It also may seem unattainable, requiring hours and days of training that just aren’t possible for some athletes. While running five or six days a week may seem […]