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Spring in a bottle: Essie Resort Fling

I’ll admit – normally I don’t like to bitch about the weather too much. We live in Canada, guys! It is what it is. But this year, I was SUPER ready for spring. 686 more words

Nail Polish

Blogging to the Finish: Similarities Between Running and Blogging

Over these past few years, I have learned how to go from being a coach warmer to (near) a full-fledged runner. I have learned the discipline and peace that comes from choosing one avenue and driving to the finish. 616 more words

Television Review - Versus: Round Eight - Daily Show vs Colbert Report - by Nick Housewright

If you don’t laugh you’ll cry

The Daily Show with Jon Stewart versus The Colbert Report (with Stephen Colbert)

The Fight: There are plenty of late night talk shows, featuring amiable hosts interviewing celebrities, intercut with sketch comedy and of course always featuring an opening monologue. 1,254 more words


Weigh-in Wednesday #5

It’s been almost a month exactly since I started my lifestyle change. I’m feeling pretty good about it so far. I’ve gotten told I look thinner by people who don’t even know I’m doing this and that’s pretty cool. 339 more words

Weight Loss

I'd Rather Walk with Jesus (part 3)

2 Corinthians 10:12  “For we dare not make ourselves of the number, or compare ourselves with some that commend themselves: but they measuring themselves by themselves, and comparing themselves among themselves, are not wise.” 1,053 more words

4/16/14 Morning Musing - Not Measuring Up

I was putting together my to-do list this morning and noticing the piddly little stuff that is on it…stuff that nobody notices that I do: Go to Aldi’s to get hormone-free milk and hormone-free eggs, buy Easter-basket stuff for the kids for this weekend, wash everyone’s sheets today, buy bagels at Einstein’s for stocking the freezer for breakfasts, morning musing, cleaning the coffee pot, disinfecting the kitchen counters…and I started to feel self-conscious. 581 more words


Reality Inverted

Reuters graph implies the opposite of what’s really happening

Graphics — especially simple graphics— should take into account reader’s expectations, not require careful study to correctly interpret their meaning.  60 more words