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becoming a triwife all over again
in Life with a Triathlete, Race Life

Becoming A TriWife All Over Again

My husband hasn’t done an Ironman race since California in 2015.¬†Due to injuries and work obligations he was forced to take some time away from the sport. Can I still be called a TriWife? I mean we’re talking three years here. He is supposed to be getting back into the sport this spring, however, which brings up the question…Will I have forgotten everything I’ve learned…

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what is a novel idea for choosing triathlons
in Kids in Tow, Life with a Triathlete, Race Life, Triathlon

A Novel Idea for Choosing Triathlon Venues

While the triathlon season is over for pretty much everyone unless you’re doing Ironman Australia, choosing triathlon venues for races to do in the new season is just heating up. There are many reasons why your triathlete may pick a venue related to racing itself. For instance, they know they do better on flat bike courses so pick races to match that strength. But, how…

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in Food & fun, Good Eats, In Our Kitchen

Tuanis Chocolate Costa Rica: Organic Heaven

Especially during the holidays, my guess is most of us enjoy chocolate in one form or another. From candy to desserts of all sorts to our favorite holiday cookies, it’s all good. For those of us who try to eat organic, responsibly sourced foods, it can be difficult to find our beloved chocolate using those criteria. That, my friend, is a thing of the past….

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is kula bistro on maui worth the drive to eat
in Good Eats, North America, Restaurants, Travel Done Well

Kula Bistro: A Charming Pearl On Maui

Last week, my husband and I headed to Maui, Hawaii for the sole purpose of checking out the island cuisine. With an amazing variety of food on the island, we wanted to find and enjoy the pearls. But, not just any pearls. We wanted those out of the way places not on the tour maps and full of local flavor. Happily, we found Kula Bistro….

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are there good cyber traveling deals to the bvi
in Caribbean / Mexico, Travel Done Well

Not To Be Missed Cyber Monday Travel Deals

Cyber Monday is one day we love during the year. You can sit calmly with your morning cup of tea, move on to a mimosa, follow with an afternoon cocktail, and shop all day long. We have shared our Cyber Monday Travel Deals on our other sites, TriWivesClub and TravelingMom, and wanted to make sure you didn’t miss out…  If you don’t want to miss out…

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sailing the BVI
in Home, North America, Triathlon

Cyber Monday Travel Deals Fit For The Triathlon Lifestyle

Travel and triathlons go hand in hand, whether it is to train, to race, or to escape. And, we know all too well that with the cost of a triathlon lifestyle, saving money on travel is a huge plus. So, we searched for some of our favorite Cyber Monday travel deals fit for the triathlon lifestyle and are happy to share what we found. British…

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are there factors you need to consider for aging and travel
in Ageless Living, International, Travel Done Well

Factors for Ageless Living Travel

Traveling when you’re getting up there in years is a bit different from when you are 25. Granted, you may have the financial resources to do more, but the rest of you may not be as cooperative. While I’ve heard things like 50 is the new 30, when you’ve had years of wear and tear on your body from activities like gymnastics, skiing, and running,…

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what are some tips for traveling as we age
in Cruises, That's Life, Travel Done Well

Make New Friends on Vacation

I like to talk to other people when I’m traveling, besides whomever I’m traveling with! ¬†Locals are really the best. You get a wealth of information about things to do and where to eat that you may never find online, in travel books, or on your own. Striking up these conversations have really saved me from wasting both time and money at places that weren’t…

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are you taking your travels for granted?
in That's Life, Travel Done Well

How to Know You’re Taking Your Travel for Granted

If you love to travel as much as I do, you’re gone as often as you get the chance.  I wasn’t always this lucky, however, and didn’t get to travel much until my 30’s.  I was recently talking with a friend and she asked where I’ve been off to lately.  I listed my recent trips, California, Hawaii, Florida, sailing in the British Virgin Islands, all…

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traveling to triathlons with kids in tow
in Home, Kids in Tow, The Races, The Sport of Spectating, Triathlon

HOW TO SET YOUR FAMILY UP FOR SUCCESS WHEN CHOOSING A TRIATHLON

There are so many triathlons all over the world and most in really cool places, making it incredibly tough to choose. But, the truth is, you need to think twice before registering if you’re going to be traveling with the kids in tow. Of course, there are a few basic things to keep in mind when deciding if the location is right for your family,…

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