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update…

Yeah, so I haven’t blogged in like…I don’t know, almost two months, maybe? I was busy, but there wasn’t a lot going on, so it seemed kind of pointless to keep repeating: I worked, I did homework, I read, blah blah blah. So I stopped. But I’m trying to pick it back up again. Hopefully,… Continue reading update…

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…without words…

Linking up with Amanda at Running with Spoons for Thinking out Loud. Saying goodbye is on my mind. But, not an actual goodbye. Just…mentally saying goodbye to a 3+year relationship, and someone whom I care very much about. Saying goodbye is hard enough, but not even getting to tell someone what you’re thinking or feeling… Continue reading …without words…

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TOL: the cowtown race re-cap/positive self talk

I’m linking up with Amanda at Running with Spoons for Thinking Out Loud. The Cowtown was two weeks ago, and I’ve been meaning to put a few thoughts out there ever since (procrastination at its finest). The people I know…aren’t really athletically inclined, for the most part. So, when I tell them I did a… Continue reading TOL: the cowtown race re-cap/positive self talk

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TOL: change is hard

Linking up with Amanda at Running with Spoons for Thinking Out Loud. It’s the first week of January, so it seems like everybody is making changes:  to their diet, their exercise routine, to their life. It’s a little overwhelming, frankly. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge supporter of positive change, and, as a habitual… Continue reading TOL: change is hard