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Have We Given Up on Jeans?

How many pairs of jeans do you own? OK – now how many actually fit you? Just kidding. Don’t answer that. I’m not ready to answer that one either. Regardless, jeans are a wardrobe staple for most of us. Denim has held a safe place in my life┬ásince childhood. In adulthood, even when I worked in a corporate environment full…

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5k, Freak Flag, health, hijinks, new kids on the block, old pop culture references, running, shenanigans, silliness, unnecessary quotation marks

I Don’t Even Know Who I Am Anymore.

In January I ran my first 5K. On Saturday I will run my first 10K. Do what? Seriously, who am I? I don’t even know anymore. I think this is my version of a mid-life crisis. Except I think everyone is going through it. Is it just me, or does it seem like everybody everywhere is running? Well, not like…

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caffeine, old pop culture references, organization, Saved By the Bell, stay at home mom, suburbs, time, wine, work at home mom

How to Overcome the “There’s Never Any Time” Issue.

If you’re anything like me, you loved the show “Saved By the Bell” at some point in your life. I am SURE the writers or actors never thought bits of it would stick with us well into our adulthoods, but I cannot even tell you how many times I’ve thought, “No time! There’s never any time!” which is of course…

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We Came, We Saw, We Ran a 5K.

Somehow it was decided that my first 5K would be at Disney World, instead of something, say, in the Houston metro area where I live. I mean, why make it easy? Had I known that running a 5K would require waking the entire family at 4AM on a Friday morning, I probably would have declined. But I didn’t know. So up…

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