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Annie Update: 15 Months – Running Fitness Article

Annie Update: 15 Months I swore I wouldn’t say my child’s age in months after she turned one. (“My daughter is 68 months old!”) But here we are. Generally, when talking to people in real life, I’ll just say she “turned one in October.” But for the sake of short, clean titles, it’s just easier to go with 15 months. So! Annie turned one in October! She’s 15 months old! And this age, I’ll tell ya, it’s the best. It’s…

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Stroller-lates! Spend Time With Your Baby and Workout! – Pilates Fitness Article

Stroller-lates! Spend Time With Your Baby and Workout! Being a busy, working full time mom of an infant can pose a challenge on your workout time, no doubt about it. I think all of us moms have been there. We strive to be the best parent we can be and we miss our baby while working, so we get those guilty feelings when we sacrifice some of their awake hours to hit the gym rather than spending it playing with…

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Aria’s Newborn Photoshoot + Win a photoshoot with Sydney Lifestyle & Family photographer Afton Fife (valued at over $2000) – Fitness Article

Aria’s Newborn Photoshoot + Win a photoshoot with Sydney Lifestyle & Family photographer Afton Fife (valued at over $2000) I’ve been wanting to share these photos with you since they were captured just 2 weeks after our gorgeous Aria came into the world! We’ve got them back, enjoyed gazing on them ourselves, and now we are so excited to share them with you! We are so pleased with them. I’ve shared a few of the photos on social media as…

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The New Year Wasn’t Supposed to Start Like This – Running Fitness Article

As the mugs, tea bags and lozenge wrappers piled up on my bedside table, I closed my eyes and drifted off to sleep again. The morning was supposed to have started with an energizing workout like every New Year’s Day. Instead, it was 3 p.m., and I hadn’t even crawled out from beneath my comforter. Thank goodness Baby rUnladylike was spending the morning and afternoon with her grandparents, because I was officially sick. When you’re sick on the first day…

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Vermont, the Vermontster and PTSD – Running Fitness Article

Vermont, the Vermontster and PTSD Personal records, or PRs as we so lovingly refer to them in the running world, are what many of us long for as we hit the pavement day-in and day-out. The idea of a personal best performance is exciting and scary and sometimes even beyond our current comprehension. But when it happens, personal records fill us with joy, confidence and strength. There are few things as empowering as riding the high of a PR. When…

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2018 Girl Scouts Tagalong Trot Race Recap – Running Fitness Article

2018 Girl Scouts Tagalong Trot Race Recap All week, I had been receiving emails about race day. One week to go. Your race day guide. Everything you need to know for race weekend. My clothes were laid out, and I was ready to go. There was only one small problem: I was running a different race. Rather than running the St. George Marathon, I traded 26.2 miles in for the one-mile Tagalong Trot hosted by the Girl Scouts of West Central…

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Life Update: Kids – Blonde Ponytail – Workout Fitness Article

Life Update: Kids – Blonde Ponytail Let’s catch up with the kids today, shall we? Jada is 4.5 years old, and Cole just turned 2. They are at the ages where they play well together…for the most part. They genuinely love each other. Cole literally runs to Jada when we pick her up from school, and Jada cannot wait to open Cole’s door when he wakes up from his nap. They also battle a good amount of the time. Sometimes,…

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