Monthly Archives: June 2010

Thank you Mom and Dad

Having recently celebrated both Mother’s Day and Father’s Day I feel the need to say thank you to all the parents out there for all the things you do…my parents in particular. I’ve interacted with more parents and children than … Continue reading

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Swim Workout Installment #2

Here are some shorter swim workouts that would be great if you are just starting out or if you don’t have a lot of time in the pool.  See my post “Swim Workout 101” to get more information about workouts … Continue reading

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Work to Live not Live to Work

That phrase has been on my mind a lot this past week.  The U.S. has an addiction to work…our country is full of workaholics.  When and why did this happen?  I love the fact a strong work ethic is one … Continue reading

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Focal point in training

Barr Street Trailhead I reunited with a great love of mine this morning…trail running.  Three summers ago I was introduced to a new kind of workout by a few runners.  Immediately, I fell in love with the twists and turns, … Continue reading

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Excuses to Turn Around

50 miles of riding hills in the heat…some people’s idea of torture and other people’s idea of fun.  I am somewhere in between.  Clermont is one of the few places in Florida where athletes can train on hills.  I’ve tackled … Continue reading

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Love Letters: Random Cards of Kindness

One of my great desires in life is to make a positive difference in the world.  Kaitlyn Chana has been doing this since she was in 8th grade in 2005. Recently, I read an article describing her organization, Love Letters: … Continue reading

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