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    Things I Like – New Favorite Fall Boots

    Fit women need more than stretchable leggings and sneakers. We also need everyday fashion options, and I love boots; they’re the only thing I like about colder weather — that and coats, scarves, gloves, pumpkin pie, holiday cheat meals — well, I guess “only” is a bit inaccurate, but it’s close.   Sam Edelman is my new favorite boot designer, if only for the awesome boots featured in this post. I found these burnt maroon colored boots at a local Ross store. The color struck me, but what sold me was the clash (and genius) of the wide, speckled-gray laces. The boot design itself is masculine chic, meaning the design is masculine…

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    Healthy Food Delivery

    Get high-protein, healthy food delivered to your door! I’ve been looking for something like this for years. My life consists of being a mother, working at home and outside of the home, and training. Shopping for food — or shopping at all, is one of my least favorite things to do. Whenever I force myself to the grocery store, I think about the many other things I could be doing other than fighting with people in the aisles. So, I nosied around the internet and I found companies that specialize in eliminating the need for just that. The companies featured below, create healthy, high-protein meals for health-conscious people. These companies are…

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    This Week’s Like

    Workout clothing for hot men: http://www.masscular.com/ The clothing is not ostentatious, Ed Hardy-like tanks with screaming phrases that make the wearer seem childish (you know what I mean). The Masscular website is also very professional and the men are FIT…nice to see.     SylviaAs an athlete for over 17 years and a broke single mom for most of that time, I created this site to aid not only broke single parents to a life of fitness, but anyone who believes the road to fitness requires a lot of cash or time. In reality, the way to fitness is paved with knowledge and firm principles; teaching readers how to master…