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Election Day: Exercise Your Right to Vote & Follow These Rules

If you haven't already, I encourage you to take time today to exercise your right to vote. This is your chance to walk, skip, jog, run, ride your bike, skateboard, or roller skate to your polling … [Read more...]

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New Mexico Senior Olympics Facing 2017 Budget Cuts

In a November 1, 2016 post on the New Mexico Senior Olympics' Facebook page, the organization announced its expecting a hit to its 2017 fiscal budget because of continued reductions in the state's … [Read more...]

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10 Ways Sugar Affects My Brain and Body

If you're like me, you have favorite go-to sweet treats. My favorites are chocolate cake, Starbucks mocha lattes, and chocolate ice cream. Yeah, I love dark chocolate and only dark chocolate. I gotta … [Read more...]

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No Medals, No Ribbons, Still a Winner

On Saturday, Oct. 8, 2016, I completed my first sprint triathlon after a two-plus year hiatus due to annoying elbow issues. While I finished dead last in a field of 38 women, 56 men, and 25 relay … [Read more...]

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Race Walk Events Done; Triathlon Remains

I've had a busy, active, and fun week thus far during the 30th edition of the Huntsman World Senior Games here in St. George, Utah. On Tuesday, Oct. 4, I competed in the 1500 meter race walk with … [Read more...]