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Best places to view Fall Foliage in the US.


It’s that time of year again. Time for apple picking, leaf-peeping, and cooler weather. It’s my favorite time of year. There is so much to do and the best foods are in the fall! Apple pie, apple cider, apple cider donuts…come to think of it, anything apple, really. Then there are the die-hard fans of pumpkin. Don’t get me started…

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WOD Wednesday


This whole week I’m subbing for one of my friends who coaches bootcamp. Although I’ve been substituting for a while I still get stumped whenever I have to program a cardio day. I’m not sure why that is. When I get to the class, something will undoubtedly pop into my head but until then…I remain unsure of what to do.…

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Inspiration Monday: Camp Rhino


When I moved out to Las Vegas last year, I was convinced that no matter which CrossFit box I ended up at, it would become my home. I would have a built-in network of friends and it would be a seamless transition. It would take 6 months before I found my home and a year before I felt like I…

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Van Gogh in Amsterdam


(Feature image: Vincent Van Gogh, Cafe Terrace on the Place du Forum (1888), Reproduced image from the Metropolitan Museum on Art. My absolute favorite work by this great artist.) Many of you have seen Van Gogh’s works. They have been injected into pop culture time and time again. You can find his works on mugs, tote bags and mouse pads. But it’s…

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Where do you want to go?


I’ve been very fortunate in my life to have been able to travel to some really amazing places and some not so amazing. Regardless I have been able to travel. So this week I’ve been thinking…where do I want to go next? It’s the question struck by everyone who is possessed with Wanderlust. I blame my parents. From a  young…

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So Cal… is it all that the commercials suggest?


Last week I drove out to my friend’s beach house in Carlsbad, CA for a couple of days to rest and recharge. Carlsbad is a comfortable beach town in the Southern region of California. In March the town was quiet. Locals patrolled the beach and the main street, taking an easy pace. There were many runners and bikers who, if…

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London Bridge…in Arizona.


Hello! Two weekends ago I had a friend in town and she graciously accompanied me on a two and a half hour road trip from Las Vegas to Lake Havasu in Arizona. Everything I have ever known about Lake Havasu is that it’s a party lake. Everyone has a house boat or pontoon boat and they drink their days away.…

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