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Lovidia Product Review

This includes exchanging money for links, or posts that contain links; exchanging goods or  services for links; or sending someone a “free” product in exchange for them writing about  it and including a link I got to try this new to me product and now I get to tell you about it. :-)



This product, Lovidia is an appetite suppressant. There is also a Facebook Group, one on one coaching for support and an app to help keep you on track with your goals.

Lovidia Puts You in Control - Eat Less Without Feeling Hungry! Lovidia is a patented formula that uses Gut Sensory Modulation™ (GSM) to reduce hunger.  In the simplest terms, Lovidia helps you feel satisfied with fewer calories, making you feel  as though you’ve eaten more than you have. This allows you to reduce the amount of food  you eat without feeling hungry. And when you can cut calories without feeling hungry, it’s easier  to lose weight. The Lovidia Difference! Lovidia is not a drug, and it doesn’t come with a long list of unpleasant  and poss…

TravelWise Packing Cube System Review & #Giveaway

I love sharing items with everyone that I enjoy. EatSmart Products is a great company and I have enjoyed all of the products I have tried. This post is sponsored by EatSmart Products.

I am not a light packer. I'm one of those people who throw everything into a bag and decides that that isn't enough, so I have to pack more. Usually, on a roadtrip 2 hours away, just for the day - I pack 3 pairs for shoes. Three. Don't ask how the other half feels about that.

I am going on a cruise on January and am flying to my destination on a cheapie airline with baggage restrictions. So I have to get my packing organization under control for my time away. Thank goodness for EatSmart having these packing cubes. They come in 9 different colors - which if you get multiple colors can designate different types or days of clothing or even for different members of the household.

From the EatSmart website listing -
New deeper cubes! Perfect size for that long weekend getaway! The TravelWise 5 P…

Hiking Galina Trails

I forced the other half to try something new a couple of weeks ago. We tried a few miles up by Galena Summit and worked our way to Titus Lake.
















Happy Father's Day - Spartan Dads!

It has been too long since I have blogged. I miss sharing with you all. I want to wish all of you Dad's out there Happy Father's Day! Thankfully, Spartan racing has let me share some info about and for all of the Spartan Dads out there. :-)
FATHERS DAY PROMO STRONG MIND. STRONG BODY. USE CODE: SPARTANDAD Get two NYTimes bestsellers written by Spartan founder Joe De Sena when you sign up for a race. Sprint to the starting line for just $69.


Free e-book download and $69 Sprint afternoon race offer valid with an adult registration during promotional period only. Must use SPARTANDAD code during checkout. Code cannot be combined with other codes, including GovX. Offer not valid with Spartan Passes, Volunteer, or Groupon entries. New, afternoon time block registrations only, cannot be retroactively applied. US events only. Offer ends 06/18/17 11:59PM ET. E-book download instructions will be supplied by 6/22/17. 
I know there are plenty of Spartan Dad's out there - or ev…

Rigby, Idaho Heart & Sole 5K

I wanted to get out of town for a little road trip and decided to sign up for the Heart and Sole 5K in Rigby, Idaho on April 29th. It was my first time doing this particular run, the 6th year that the town has put on this race, but sadly also the last. The race is done up by the Rotary club and they decided that they were going to do something new next year. A little sad because it was so well directed. The route was nice, a little cool pre-race but turned into perfect temps at the race start. The route felt safe and easy, no major traffic, and a nice little run around an empty lake.  A mile to the lake, a mile around, and a mile back.

Here are some pics of the route.




And then back to the start. Here's the finish.

I took lots of walk breaks during this trot because I have not been training, I'm fat and I was pretty dehydrated and very tired. The shin bone muscle was crampy and I didn't want to get to sweaty as we were planning on running around Idaho Falls and Pocatello f…