First up, Heidi of the Life Changing Journey blog recounts her mother’s battle with breast cancer and talks about how Team Rose Buds was formed in this moving post. Heidi also took some time this week to share some photos from her pretty training walk in the north Georgia mountains here.
Valerie of The 2 Pink Chicks also shares the story of how their team came to be during the 2008 Atlanta 3 Day in this post. Her teammate Julie then wrote this post about the inconvenience of walking in a different city each year and how that’s kind of why the 2 Pink Chicks do it.
The endlessly linkable Cat of the Fat Girl Walkin’ blog reminds us in this highly recommended post that while dealing with the annoying little things in life can be stressful, it’s so much better than the alternative. She also shares just how far she is willing to go for a donation in this amusing post.
Leanne of the Leanne… the Walker blog celebrated her 28th birthday this week! Check out her birthday post to see how she’s using her birthday to help with her fundraising. Leanne also wrote this great post this week emphasizing the importance of proper hydration. A good reminder for all walkers, new and old! Happy birthday Leanne!
Jillian of the Chai Latte Please blog shares some helpful tips from her friend Lynna about hosting a successful fundraising garage sale in this post. The best way to relax post-garage sale? Tatatinis! Get the recipes for both the alcoholic and NA versions here.
Jenny of The Big Walk talks about taking part in the Relay for Life at the University of Maryland in this post.
Lauri of the 60 Mile Thoughts blog shares her story about becoming the person she always wanted to be on the 3 Day in this wonderful post.
Beckie of the Divine Secrets of the TaTa Sisterhood talks about fundraisers that are overlooked and underestimated in this post. Definitely worth reading if you’re stumped about fundraising!
Speaking of fundraising, Nicole of the One Step at a Time blog wants everyone to know about the Pinko de Mayo fundraising concert in Chicago. Read all the details and learn how you can take part here.
John of the 60 Miles blog talks about how to avoid the medical tent and what to expect if you end up there anyways in this post.
Finally, if you need a reminder about why we’re all doing this crazy thing that is the Breast Cancer 3 Day, I highly recommend this personal post by Bridget of the My Big Girl Pants blog. No one should have to face what she’s going through and I wish her all the best in her journey.
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