Tag Archives: Women’s Health

Tips to Running Through the Winter Cold

Looking to work-off that Thanksgiving meal, but not thrilled about braving the cold? Don’t let chilly weather discourage your outdoor exercise routine now or throughout the winter. There’s an easy way to ensure that you’ll stay warm while running that mile or taking a brisk walk. The key to staying warm and dry is by […]

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The Little Things…That Become Big Things

You’ve spent $150 on shoes, $40 on running shorts, $25 on a running tank, $140 on an iPod, $12 on socks (one pair—seriously, socks are expensive!) and at least $200 on other running gear. And yet, despite all that shopping, spending, training and preparation, there are a few very small things that could easily become […]

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Three Truths About Pregnancy and Delivery Every First Time Mom Should Know

Allow me to be forthcoming with you, this post is going to get up close and personal; maybe a little too close; consider yourself warned! You may remember a post I wrote earlier in the year entitled “Bun in the oven“, in which I mocked the Utah water and several of my friends for being […]

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One Hot Mama

  I wish I was sitting on this beach, soaking up the sun and sipping on pina coladas.  Instead I’m here, sweating through ridiculously hot, 100-degree days. I’m pretty sure that I picked the worst summer to be pregnant.  Combine the record-high temperatures with the fact that my A/C decided to stop working, it’s amazing […]

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Making Exercise Fit In

  This one is for all you mothers out there. Wouldn’t you agree that the only “mom-things” that get done without serious kid drama are those that are interruptible? Take dishes for example. Dishes can be done in spurts. Put a dish in the dishwasher, hand wash a big bowl, and then stop any time […]

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