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Gratitude Friday: First One of 2017 Edition

Good morning! Since writing my Shamrock Shuffle 2017 recap on Wednesday, I got the urge to write another post. Obviously, the best option was to throw it back to my favorite Mel’s Miles series: GRATITUDE FRIDAY! Gratitude Friday is all about focusing on the good times in life, even when the going gets tough. I stumbled upon a quote that I really needed to see last week…

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Gratitude During the Good and Bad Times

Good morning! We have so much to discuss now that it has been a month since I recapped the Chicago Marathon. Life is certainly different now that my workouts don’t take up the majority of my time. Actually, life has changed in many ways since I last spoke with all of you. The election results literally made me cry 3 (or more) times on Wednesday…

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Grateful for the Pacific Northwest 

Hello again! I’m finally back from SIX DAYS in the Pacific Northwest. My time traveling around that new-to-me part of the country was absolutely fantastic. I had my first day back at work yesterday and couldn’t help but think all day about how grateful I am. I’m grateful to have a job that I don’t dread coming back to after 1 full week away. When I…

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Overdue Gratitude Friday Post

I have missed writing these Gratitude Friday posts, which I used to put up A LOT more frequently. Gratitude is my favorite thing because it really helps me remember the good things in life, obviously. To me, gratitude is a practice, and right now I am out of practice 😛 (Source) This week, I’m grateful for a lot of things. The first is Pokemon Go,…

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Gratitude Friday: I’ve Survived the First Decade of Adulthood Edition

My Timehop app recently displayed an awesome picture of me at the ripe age of 17 (about to turn 18) after my last spring ice show before I graduated high school (remember how I used to be a figure skater?!). I skated my solo to Material Girl by Madonna in a show featuring the top music from the last 30 years. This was one of the…

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