Tuesday's Ten Tidbits: Staying Motivated in the Winter (Outdoor Workouts)

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This week’s tidbits come from our Ambassadors and Grassroots Team Members. As raging winds, flying snow, and short days approach, we need to find other things to do besides rock climb, kayak, and spend all of our leisure time in the great outdoors. So what do we do? Get more creative as it gets colder. […]

Move Over LBD, There Are New Threads in Town: Liberty Pant Review (Fall Line)

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My washing machine is broken. With my surplus of clothes, this really shouldn’t be a big deal. However, it does become an issue when you insist on wearing your staples repeatedly (especially when they’re black pants and the thermostat hovers around 90 degrees). You see, my black Stonewear Designs Liberty Pants came on Friday. Today […]

It’s Not Just My Zodiac Sign: Making Sense of Cancer and Moving On

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“Cancer is a word, not a sentence.” –John Diamond Cancer. It’s one of the most terrifying, mysterious words in the English vocabulary. They say it will affect one in three people. It’s one of the most popular plotlines in Hollywood, and we all know someone who has lost a grandparent or furry friend to the […]

Join Us in the Fight Against Cancer by Rock Climbing or Hiking June 22-23

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“You need to live BIG through something bad.” -Sean Patrick Few people live without knowing someone who has suffered or died from cancer. It’s pervasive; nearly 12 million people in the United States have it–one in four Americans. And, as of 2008, nearly 600,000 people die from it each year. That’s why, for eight years […]