Spill It, Sundays: Flashbacks #3

Hi folks! How was your weekend? Mine was fantastic — we  visited my parents and my beloved mountains. More on that tomorrow, but here’s a mountain picture to hold you over.
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This is the last week that Arman’s Spill It, Sundays are featuring flashback posts…. which is really kind of good, because I haven’t been blogging all that long and I don’t post all that often (or all that stellar content, let’s be real), so I was running out of flashbacks to post. But here are three more for you to read if you missed them the first time!
The Big Man's World

A Letter to My 16-Year-Old Self: All the things I wish I’d known when I was 16… and some things I still need to remember.

My Boston Story:  I wrote this reflective post on the one-year anniversary of the bombings at the Boston Marathon. I so wish I could’ve run  the race again this year.

How to Shop Healthy When You Have to Shop Wal-Mart
: Because some of us don’t have options. But it really is possible (and not that difficult) to eat healthily when Wal-Mart is your grocery store of choice  (or necessity)

I hope you enjoy these posts if you didn’t catch them the first time!

How was your weekend? Any adventures?

 

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8 thoughts on “Spill It, Sundays: Flashbacks #3”

    1. We don’t buy meat there (we get a six-month supply from a local company), but their other stuff is improving. We we first moved here, they didn’t even have Greek yogurt, and their produce was terrible, but it’s improved a ton.

  1. I went back to reread the Walmart one because I didn’t remember it. Well, I did and commented! 🙂
    I love the picture of the mountains. I have really been enjoying mountain views lately. They are just amazing!

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