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Talking Self-Esteem and #LoveThyself: Dana the Climber

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For the next few weeks, we’re talking about how to #lovethyself. We asked our blog contributors and ambassadors to talk about themselves in positive ways and to share their self-love tips. Do you have your own #lovethyself story or tip? Share it with us on Twitter or Facebook! Dana, our sales gal, is a kick-butt rock climber: I […]

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Talking Self-Esteem and #LoveThyself

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For the next few weeks, we’re talking about how to #lovethyself. We asked our blog contributors and ambassadors to talk about themselves in positive ways and to share their self-love tips. Do you have your own #lovethyself story or tip? Share it with us on Twitter or Facebook! We’re starting with our blogger, Eve’s answers. […]

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Training Tips: When Life Twists + Turns

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Training Tips for When Life Twists and Turns by Erica Lineberry In a perfect world, life moves according to schedule. Our plans, bodies and the weather always cooperate to ensure we have plenty of time to get enough exercise and good nutrition.  But of course, life isn’t life without twists and turns along the way. […]

The Women’s Wilderness Institute: Empowerment in the Outdoors

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The Women’s Wilderness Institute: Empowerment in the Outdoors by Tali Koziol The first time I went climbing was with a boyfriend. It sucked. He said he would teach me, and he did. He taught me how to belay. Really well. Turns out my fella only wanted a Belay Bunny. When he let me try a […]

Armpits4August: PCOS Awareness & Self-Esteem

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The Pits by Shay Skinner “Hey Alyssa, real quick before you head out would you mind taking a few pictures of me?” I raise my arms enthusiastically. Rolling her eyes, laughing, and nodding in agreement, “Sure Shay. But you know, it’s September already.  News flash, August is over. I think it’s safe to shave off the […]

When Is Enough?

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By Lizzy Scully “Enough” isn’t a concept I understand very well. My longtime climbing/personal trainer, Chris, says, “Lizzy, you just need to stop. Don’t do that extra push-up or crunch. Stop well before you get tired. Just stop.” Chris has been saying this to me ever since I met him, and for most of my […]

On Mountain Biking + Being Humbled

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By Dana Waggener I consider myself an outdoor athlete. I consider myself fit, strong, and adventurous. I train for climbing 2-3 days a week, run 2-3 days a week, go to yoga, and complete weight training sessions on a regular basis. I train indoors to reach my goals for climbing, running, and skiing. Staying fit […]

Making Space for Your Best Self – Stonewear Self-Esteem Series

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By Amelia Mayer Despite my best intentions and attempts, I am not one of those women who looks “cute” while pregnant.  Really, I’m not. I tend to gain gobs of weight all over, struggle with remaining as active as I’d like (unlike others who can run throughout their full pregnancy), and I have to work […]

Embrace Your Personal Healthy Weight

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There’s nothing sexier than a woman who is confident in her own body. Wouldn’t you agree? Especially when she possesses that comfort level regardless of the size of her body. The trick to this confidence is arriving at that point yourself, where you embrace your own personal healthy weight. I’m a firm believer that every […]