Paris living


We’ve survived a week and half in Paris and everything is pretty fantastic.  The flight here went great despite a crisis on the way to the airport.  We know Ezra is allergic to bananas and avocados so we obviously don’t give them to him.  However, we did not know that kiwi is in the same [...]

Our next adventure

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I made it through my first semester of grad school! I ended up dropping one of my courses in the beginning of the semester because the workload was too much.  I have to get my work done when the kids are sleeping and there just aren’t enough hours in the day for me to take [...]

A prescription for naps and massages

I had another appointment last week with my osteopath as I continue to try to recover from having pleurisy almost a year ago.  It is incredible the things that she has figured out that my conventional doctors would have never asked me about and definitely never attributed my pleurisy too.  As I mentioned in my [...]

And the winners are…

This post may not be as exciting as reading about the Oscars’ winners, but hopefully it makes a few people happy The winners of the 2013-2014 Winter 100 Challenge are…. The Nuun sample pack goes to Holly H. The Energy Bits sample pack goes to Christine K. The ProCompression socks go to Jamie M. The [...]

The Winter 100 Challenge is almost over!


The Winter 100 Challenge ends on Friday (February 28) so hurry up send me your training log! It has been so wonderful to have so many participants again this year.  I love that some of you have done the challenge for the third year in a row! A huge thank you to all of our sponsors! [...]

Pleurisy and osteopathic treatment

Grad school, kids and life have been keeping me quite busy lately, but I finally have an update. Last April, after experiencing really extreme pain in my back wrapping around to my chest, I was diagnosed with pleurisy (inflammation in the lining of my lung).  The pulmonary specialist I went to put me on a [...]