is solvang one of the favorite triathlon training camps
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Family Favorite Triathlon Training Camps With Local Flavor

Update 4/5/21: Ironman races are up and running again in 2021, including international races. Many are already sold out. Please check the Ironman website for details and up to date info. With triathlons having been on hold for over a year, it’s probably a good time to think about a training camp to get back in the groove! We’ve actually come to love triathlon training…

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what are some summer activities in deer valley to know about
in North America, Travel Done Well

And You Thought Deer Valley Was Just For Skiing

Deer Valley in Utah is NOT just for skiing. Summer in Deer Valley is filled with so many activities, it makes the season a must visit time of year. Update 3/11/21: Here’s a link to current information on Covid and the Deer Valley Resort.  If you’re anxious to get away this summer where there are wide open spaces and tons of activities for summer fun,…

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podcasts for foodies
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9 Favorite Podcasts for Foodies

Podcasts for foodies have exploded. What was once a niche market, now offers insights into all aspects of the food world. Whether you want to hone your cooking skills, delve into the workings of the food industry, learn about the history behind your favorite foods, be entertained by a comedian, or dive deep into a particular culture, there’s a perfect food-based podcast for you. Whether…

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6 Top Vermont Ski Resorts for All Levels

TRAVEL UPDATE: Effective Feb. 23, those who are fully vaccinated AND 14 days out from receiving their final dose can travel to and from Vermont without quarantine. Other safety measures like masks and social distancing are still mandatory for all. Learn more: https://www.vermontvacation.com/travel-restrictions Yes, ski season is here. Some of you will be thrilled and some of you will be so depressed. I’m actually in…

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in Travel Done Well, Home, That's Life

How to Trigger Travel Memories at Home

Are your travel memories starting to fade? If you’re like me, you haven’t ventured far from home since the pandemic started. I actually haven’t travelled since last December. Even my ski trip for last March got cancelled. Normally, I would have had several good vacations and maybe a couple of 3-day weekends under my belt by now. But, not this year. So, how have I…

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online exercise programs to keep you active and fit
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Out of Gym Experiences to Keep You Active and Fit

While many gyms are open once again, you may not feel totally comfortable being inside with a group of strangers right now. We put ourselves in this category. But we still want to maintain our health and keep active. So, what are our options? Well, we have found some great online exercise programs that have kept us motivated or at least off the couch and…

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how to help local communities survive the pandemic
in Home, That's Life

Helping Local Communities Survive the Pandemic

To say this pandemic has been rough for small businesses is the understatement of all understatements. And with the pandemic raging on and cold weather approaching for much of the country, the situation can only get worse. Which is why I can’t stress this enough…It is imperative that we all are helping local communities survive. I have been trying to make a concerted effort to…

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in That's Life, Home, How to, We are so much more

What You Can Do to Make a Political Impact

Yes, this is an election year and a biggie. We will be choosing a President, along with every House seat and many Senate seats. Not to mention all of the local elections. If you’ve been wondering what you can do to get involved in the process or you’re already active but want to do more, wonder no more.  There are a myriad of ways to…

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From the TriWivesClub to LifeDoneWell!

I can’t believe we are actually writing this… It is with great sadness that Dana and I must say goodbye to the TriWivesClub. It has been an amazing journey. We have learned so much and had a blast attending the races, complaining about our triathlete husbands – okay and praising them, too, interacting with our readers, and writing our posts. Between our two husbands, David…

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