Monthly Archives: June 2014

Lessons In Juicing

In April I told you about purchasing a juicer. Fresh juice has become my breakfast of choice on most mornings. I know I don’t eat enough vegetables day in/day out, so juicing has become my solution to adding important nutrients … Continue reading

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Living In The Moment

I’ve been thinking a lot about a scene I witnessed on our recent trip to Maine. Hubs and I were on a whale watching trip. We were on our way back to Bar Harbour when another whale appeared. The Naturalist … Continue reading

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Burger With a Side of Remorse

For some time now I’ve enjoyed the feeling that comes from eating fruits and veggies, most in the form of freshly made juice; lean meats; Greek yogurt; no wheat and a very small amount of other grains. But on Monday, … Continue reading

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Second Spring

One of the many things I enjoyed about our recent trip to Maine was seeing all the flowers. Mainers love their landscaping. Hosta appears to be the state plant because it was used in abundance in residential and business landscaping. … Continue reading

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The Grocery Store Diaries: Holding a Grudge

I’ve written here and here about a few of my encounters at the grocery store. I don’t know why, but all I have to do is look and smile at someone and they start sharing. Maybe I emit some sort … Continue reading

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A Wicked-Good End to C25K

Hubs and I spent last week in Bar Harbour, ME (or as the locals call it, Ba Ha Ba). The vacation coincided with my final week of the Couch to 5K running program. I considered the change of scenery and … Continue reading

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Motivation Monday: Taking Responsibility

I was DQ'd today for wearing a sleeved tri top in a non-wetsuit swim. I take full responsibility for not knowing the rule. — Craig Alexander (@CrowieAlexander) May 31, 2014 That Tweet right there was posted by Craig “Crowie” Alexander, … Continue reading

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Chicken Poop!

Y’all! I’ve got new neighbors. They built a chicken coop. I’m getting the chicken poop! I couldn’t be more excited. Our mutual next door neighbor introduced me to the new Mrs. I told her I’d heard they’d built a coop … Continue reading

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Motivation Monday: Meet a 91-Year-Old Marathoner

Those who’ve been around this blog a while know a few things about me:  I love a good active aging story. I’ve run 10 half marathons I’ve made one attempt at a full marathon and got swept off the course … Continue reading

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Blooms, Glorious Blooms

Last week I told you about the rose bush I planted as a way of celebrating earning my Associate Certified Coach credential. Ignoring that old piece of advise, “a watched pot never boils,” I’ve been watching and waiting, waiting and … Continue reading

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