January 2014

Festival of Chocolate

January 19, 2014

Have I ever told you I’m a marketer’s dream? Because I totally am. I was driving home from work last week and I passed two digital billboards advertising The Festival of Chocolate coming to MOSI this weekend.  Obviously this was a sign I had to go. Obviously. The truth is I’ve known about The Festival more »

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Friday Thoughts

January 17, 2014

  It’s Friday, Friday, Friday! 1.  I had lunch at a great Ethiopian restaurant with my co-workers today. It was a hole-in-the-wall type place that I must have driven by a zillion times, but never really knew it even existed (has that sign always been there?!). The food was great (we all got the Friday more »

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A Day in the Life (1/15/14)

January 15, 2014

There was some requests to do another “Day in the life” post now that I’m not training for Ironman Florida. Here you go… 5:30am: Alarm goes off. Wait…what? I thought I turned that off. Back to bed. 6:30am: Alarm goes off again. Time to really get up this time. 6:35am: Take Maddie out for her more »

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Spectating the Walt Disney World Marathon

January 12, 2014

I had one of those deliciously rare weekends where I was on my own. My brother-in-law was in town for my father-in-law’s birthday (Happy Birthday, Steve!), so Derek spent the entire weekend with them eating steak, drinking beer, and playing golf. It was a boys weekend, which was fine by me. Sometimes it’s just plain more »

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My First Stitch Fix

January 10, 2014

Yep. I drank the kool-aid. I signed up for Stitch Fix and you know what? I thought it was pretty awesome. Usually I’m not a big fan of monthly subscription programs so I generally scanned and nodded when I saw Stitch Fix pop up in the past. The truth is I tend to be super more »

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Return to CrossFit

January 8, 2014

First of all… Go Noles! I’m not going to lie, that game was a nail biter. The first half definitely had me on edge – and wondering where the heck my team had run away to –  but the second half made up for it. More than made up for it in fact. It was probably more »

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