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Then and Now: The Evolution of the Synopsis

Today’s Brew: Iced Honey Vanilla Tea. The obsession continues.

by Kristen

For some reason, this blog post always gets a ton of hits. We get a lot of searches for “the hardest paragraph to write.” The hardest paragraph to write is actually the one I’ve been dicking around all day instead of really concentrating on what I’m supposed to be doing, but whatever. 588 more words


A New Runner's Birth Story

As we relax with our newest little runner, we are reflecting on how much what we believe influences what we do. Our son was born early but healthy last week and we are deeply grateful for God’s hand in teaching us principles of health and movement. 350 more words

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How Wearing a Tutu Was a Business Decision by Julie

TODAY’S BREW: Chestnut Praline Latte. (It has replaced the Peppermint Mocha for me. Also, I’m just drinking my crappy home coffee.)

By JulieĀ 

The Undead Duo had our first book signing TOGETHER this weekend at Penny Watson’s Holiday Book Bash. 672 more words


Why this running family is slowing down (and why you should, too!)

We are a family of six runners. All different speeds and sizes, but we are all runners at heart. As is often the problem with people addicted to movement, we are always pushing to go faster, harder, longerā€¦MORE. 603 more words

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Running teaches Math

Have you ever been frustrated over a math problem? Or tried to help your frustrated child with a math problem? We sure have our share of math struggles, but let me introduce you to our miraculous solution we found the other day. 284 more words

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The Undead Duo Do Smart Things Sometimes

TODAY’S BREW: Tim got this Godiva pumpkin coffee and it’s almost gone and I might eat the bag.

By Julie

Holy hell, it’s Monday. Hey you guys know what’s available now? 596 more words


RUNNING AWAY -- A new release by Julie Hutchings

Today is a special day, because it’s the release date of Running Away, the newest book by Julie Hutchings. The novel is the sequel to her highly successful debut novel, Running Home, and I have no doubt this book will be just as well received as her first. 479 more words