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An interview with "Jerkbait" author Mia Siegert

Today’s an exciting day here on the blog! One of my favorite debut authors of 2016 agreed to an interview. I’m so happy to promote Mia’s amazing book JERKBAIT, which has twins, hockey and theater, in addition to a beautiful, heartbreaking story about two brothers accepting who they are and fighting for the chance to be honest about their identities. 1,552 more words


Hang up those Question Marks

If Charles Darwin had chosen not to bother questioning the origins of life on Earth, the assumption may have remained that a supernatural-being, “God”, shaped each individual living organism. 746 more words


When Things Aren't Perfect

If there is one excuse I have heard way too often, and (shamefully) even used myself on too many occasions it is “Things aren’t perfect. I don’t have the resources, the training, I don’t have the right opportunities.” It’s a valid excuse, if you want to justify not making it. 1,022 more words

My Story

Concussion: Brain Injury or Neck Injury?

Many people associate concussions with damage to the brain. This leads to MRI’s, CAT Scans, x-rays, and neurological exams that are usually focused on the skull and brain. 514 more words


Olympian Woman

dear patriarchy,

you can’t beat me over push-ups

i’ve lifted tears heavier than your thews

and you call me manly?




Olympic Spirit

The article describes it all. Need I say more?

Inspired. It is not always all about winning.

Two Olympic athletes who helped each other across the finish line….


Why the Olympics are the Ultimate Motivation

Whether you’ve been watching the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio or not, there’s no escaping the constantly evolving news of the latest medal wins, defeats and of course – that bizarre green diving pool. 237 more words

Fitness And Training