Living: Snacking for Energy

I have hypoglycemia. I was diagnosed two years ago after having a very dangerous event happen to me. I had been eating chocolate with my team all day at work while we were working on a very tedious and stressful project. I came home and started to walk my dog. After I got a few […]

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The Bar in Manzanillo

Women ‘s Questers at “the bar in Manzanillo” We got a taste of the local area yesterday in Manzanillo, Costa Rica. About 15 of us gals on a Women’s Quest Retreat had spent the week surfing and doing yoga. We had lunchtime free to explore the area, and Colleen suggested we all go try out […]

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When in Phoenix…..

The last time I was in Phoenix I got married. I won’t be doing that this time. I’m here for work. I’m training some managers from FedEx Services on Hiring and Selection. I’ve just started a tour of training dates on some material I wrote between April and June. It’s fun. I’m meeting a lot […]

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Mid-week Inspiration: Struggling with Food

I love it when I find out that some person that is “my hero” doesn’t do it perfectly either. I was reading my new issue of Runner’s World this morning, and the editor of the magazine – the magazine of all things running – confessed to a bunch of beginner mistakes that screwed up his […]

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Southern Lunchtime Comfort: Pimiento Cheese

I love living in the South. There are so many thing Southern that are comforting to me. Southern foods top the list, and at the top of that list is pimiento cheese. Recently, I met a woman who just moved here from Colorado. “What’s in pimiento cheese?” she asked. Duh — pimientos and cheese!! Well, […]

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Camping: Mountain View AR

For a month I’ve been absolutely dying to get into woods. July and August are just too hot to go camping, and I won’t do it until things start to cool down. I was thrilled when the temps started to drop into the 80s the second week of August. I was ready! My trusty friend […]

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