Motivation

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Hey Guys! Remember when I said I would have a live YouTube chat about how to become a Health Coach and share my experience in the Institute of Integrated Nutrition, well, I’m doing today at 2 pm EST. I hope you can make it! If not, the video will be live later in the day […]

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Hate reading about event recaps on blogs and think, I would have gone if I knew they were going to do that!? Well, this Saturday March 16th, City Sports is celebrating their 30th birthday with a Grand Reopening of their Chestnut Hill store. They will also be opening up and throwing another party for their […]

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En route to Snowbird, Utah for a winter retreat with the Oakley PBC Ambassadors, I’m sitting next to the most impatient and unprepared traveler and in front of 5 coughing, sneezing and crying children. Each flight I take, I’m reminded that I’m not yet ready for my own kiddies despite being 28 years old. I […]

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My friend Jess from Junior League recently opened up her own Pure Barre studio in Burlington, MA. On Sunday, I was able to finally take my first class. Jess has a similar story to many boutique studio owners. They only know one speed and that is full throttle. She graduated from law school, passed the […]

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Earlier this week, Candice Swanepoel caused a bit of a controversy showing off her boney hips in an Instagram picture a few days before the Victoria’s Secret 2012 Fashion Show. In the past, anorexia rumors have been rumored but she has denied claims. Fans instantly defended the 6-year veteran Angel against critics who said she […]

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Do you need inspiration? An 82 year-old man swam 2.1 miles, biked 114, and ran a marathon to complete the World Championship Ironman race in Kona. You can run a 5K. You can run a 10K. You can do a triathlon. You just need to believe you can. I shot a ton of video while […]

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On Sunday, I am running my very first half marathon. I signed up yesterday! I was planning on running the Nike Half in San Francisco before I learned about Kona. I continued my training and was hopeful I would find a half that would fit my schedule. With only 40 spots left, I paid the […]

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Have you ever cried at a finish line? From my own Chicago Urbanathlon to spectating the Boston Marathon, I’m not one to be shy of tearing up. In Hawaii, the emotions were brought to an entirely new level. All week, as social ambassadors for Timex, we interviewed the different amateur and professional athletes competing. Many […]

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So here begins a few of the Kona recaps. What I found to be the coolest thing about the Ironman race series is that many of the pros had corporate lives before they began competing. If you still dream about becoming an athlete, this sport proves you’re never too old! Throughout my series of posts, […]

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In less than one week, I am officially moving out of my current apartment. I’m filled with mixed emotions. Roomie and I have lived here for 2 years and 3 months. It has many memories and along with my previous relocations, brings a close to another chapter in my life. Thinking about going through all […]

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