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The Weekender

Hope you’ve had a great weekend! Look at me actually posting The Weekender while it still the weekend. 🙂 Here are some of my favorite links from the past week!

  • One of my favorite bloggers, Michelle from The Runner’s Plate, is now doing online running coaching. I’m so excited for her! She is seriously such an inspiring runner; I’d love to have her train me someday!
  • Are you signing up for the CrossFit Open? I liked this post about why you should. I think I will; it’ll be fun to push myself in a different way.
  • Speaking of CrossFit competitions, huge congrats to everyone locally who competed in War of the WODs this weekend, especially all my friends from Top Tier! It was really fun to watch today…but I was really glad I was a spectator and not a participant! (You can read about my first CrossFit competition here.)War of the Wods Greensboro

I’m off to fold some laundry and then take an epsom salt bath before heading to bed – hopefully before 10! Hope you’ve had a great weekend!

 

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    Amber @ Busy, Bold, Blessed
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    I LOVED the open last year. I pushed myself way more than I would have otherwise and hit some PRs. I definitely recommend participating 🙂

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    Julie
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    Love the new dietary guidelines & the new outlook on fats! I was one of those people affected by the no-fat craze way back when, & it has been such a struggle to overcome that mindset. I have made a lot of progress just this past year, but it really took a LOT of deprogramming my brainwashed mind just to eat peanut butter, avocados, use olive oil, etc. I’m enjoying a much healthier relationship w/ food now & as a result have transitioned to more whole foods & fewer processed (no-fat) items.

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    Emily
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    I’m so late to actually comment here (read it on my phone!) but wanted to give a big thanks for the shoutout! Means a lot! Xoxo

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