Find Your Moxie


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Stay Strong with the Ladies of “Strong”

By Lauren Linhard –

I was staring into the freezer last night, deciding whether to not to crack into the frozen chocolate muffins stored away as a special treat.

Then I heard the following from the television two rooms away: “I can’t do this. I’m a mom of four from the midwest – I raise babies.” My inner-feminist made me shut the freezer door in outrage at any woman thinking they couldn’t do something because they are a mom. Continue reading “Stay Strong with the Ladies of “Strong””

Make Work Great Again

Becka Wall | @beckawall

Work sucks. But it doesn’t have to. Continue reading “Make Work Great Again”

Running for Sanity

A National Women’s Health and Fitness Day special post!

By Becka Wall – @beckawall

It’s 6:30 a.m., and my alarm is relentless. I moan and hit the snooze button, as if in 10 minutes I’ll magically become a morning person (the type that leaps out of bed in unwrinkled pajamas because they are elegant and efficient sleepers, and just happen to have birds helping them do morning chores).

Ten minutes pass quicker than I’d like, but I get up to stretch. “Okay, B,I say to myself, moving into downward facing dog position, “Let’s do this.” I get dressed, lace up and hit the pavement.

Continue reading “Running for Sanity”

How to Shut Down Food-Shaming in Your Office

By Becka Wall

We’ve all been there. You get the much-awaited e-mail that cookies are in the office kitchen. You skip away from your desk, delighted and ready for a 3 p.m. sugar bump, when suddenly, just as you put a scrumptious chocolate chip cookie on your plate, you hear your co-workers talking – Continue reading “How to Shut Down Food-Shaming in Your Office”

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