Tampa Sunrises

February 19, 2015

Never take a single sunrise for granted. photo via @therunnerbeans Does this view ever get old? This morning I was up early for a gorgeous morning run along the water. A friend of a friend (Charlie) is in town from London and wanted to see a bit of Tampa on her feet. So of course, more »

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Maddie’s Life

February 18, 2015

About a month or so ago Derek came across an article on USA Today about a woman who caught someone breaking into her house thanks to a free video app. She used the free video app (Manything) to watch her dog while she was at work and was surprised to see a man feeding her more »

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Fifty Shades

February 16, 2015

Alright, who saw Fifty Shades of Grey this weekend? I’m almost afraid to admit it, but I couldn’t find anyone else to see it with me, so I caught a matinee solo on Sunday. I mean, technically I wasn’t alone. The theater was full of rambunctious middle-aged women that pretty much fit every stereotype you more »

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TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS and Spartan Race Giveaway

February 11, 2015

I have a short and sweet giveaway that’s open to Tampa Bay locals, only! Winners must be able to attend this weekend’s Spartan Race in Tampa to claim their prize. So what am I giving away? Two prize packs featuring a TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio GPS Watch and an entry to this weekend’s Spartan Race in more »

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This is Thirty

February 9, 2015

I made it. I turned 30 yesterday and survived. So this is thirty? Meh, doesn’t feel much different from 29 if you ask me. It was a pretty kick-ass birthday weekend. Besides having to work Friday night and Saturday morning (hey, you gotta do what you gotta do), I spent the majority of it surrounded more »

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Thirty is the New Twenty

February 5, 2015

My twin brother and I will be thirty on Sunday. It’s still kind of crazy to think that. Thirty? Wait a second. That’s ancient. I remember when my parents turned thirty. I remember going to my aunt’s house and celebrating my mom and aunt’s thirtieth with lots of “over the hill” signs, balloons, and a more »

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