As a 3rd degree burn survivor, in addition to permanent scarring of my body it also created a lot of deep emotional scars; it forever changed my appearance and it sent me on a long lasting battlefield within myself and society. And this is where my story begins. My story begins because I have decided to publicly reveal true-self and share my journey in hopes to provide comfort and support to many of you who are dealing with physical and emotional scars. Regardless the size of the scar, emotional or physical, we are all very unique and it affects us differently. It can build us up or tear us down and prevent us from living the life we truly want to live. I hope my blog brings ease and motivation to your journey.
I’m Jennifer. Longtime runner. Wannabe triathlete. I’m constantly on the lookout for the next “hit,” be it nailing a race PR, discovering a fun new workout, finding the comfiest fitness clothing, winning the battle of the bulge, featuring inspiring athletic personalities, or simply sharing yummy recipes that won’t break the nutritional bank. I believe that being active is the key to health and happiness, challenging yourself can take you to places you never dreamed possible — and that exercise should be anything but boring!
I started Lipgloss+Spandex in 2009 to share my excitement for makeup and running races with others, and to serve as an informative resource for beauty and fitness.
Powered by Tofu is all about food – growing, cooking, and eating; travel – near and far; and enjoying life.
This blog follows my life through my food, fitness and lifestyle habits. I strive to live a happy and healthy life without depriving myself of the things that I love.
My name is Lindsay Ingalls, I’m 29 years old holistic health coach and I live in Portland, Oregon with my husband Neil, our totl Edith and baby boy Alder. This blog follows my life through my food, fitness and (mostly) healthy lifestyle habits. I strive to live a happy and healthy life without depriving myself of the things that I love.
When I was injured a few years ago, I started blogging about the funny pitfalls of growing older and trying to stay on top of my game.