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It's tough to be smart, but smart to be tough.

On Discipline, Intelligence, and Stoicism: It's Tough to Be Smart, but Smart to Be Tough

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Eat It Don't Tweet It Pokes Fun at Food Photography

Step by Step instructions with lots of pictures, on how we (Mennonite mom) preserve food.

"Nothing is impossible. The word itself says I'm possible" - A. Hepburn

It's Fitness, Baby

people don't realize that one diet for a month or something won't keep weight off and you're more likely to gain back everything you've lost.

The Yummiest And Healthiest Eating Program

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A visual study of Brazilian jiu-jitsu philosophy.

The Philosophy of BJJ in 7 Visuals

Sketchnoting - I know we have some talented artists at the academies.

Roger Bannister breaking the 4-minute barrier. "Running has given me a glimpse of the greatest freedom a man can ever know."

On the day a host of Olympic icons carried the flame, who cooked up the idea of handing Heston and Raymond the torch as well?

History in the making: Sir Roger Bannister ran into the record books on May 1954 when he broke the four-minute mile in Oxford

Running has gotten so popular but why do avid runners run so differently from the pros?

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