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Just can't get enough RockClimberGirl?

Thanks to a Saturday at home… there are two three new ways to keep up with RockClimberGirl.com… Subscribe Via Amazon Kindle Whether you have a Kindle device, or — like me — you use the Kindle Reader on your Android device, iPhone or PC to read Kindle

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Fear

Turns out, I’m not the only one who struggles with fear.  Fear is a topic that some of my favorite friends (who happen to be delightful storytellers) have also recently written about, also.  Here are a few nuggets of wonderfulness for your “Fear” reading list. Jenn

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It's Monday...

And I’m antsy to get outside, so here’s a wrap-up of how I’ve distracted myself lately by reading about other people’s time outside. Closest to home, there was a lot of love around the Summit for Someone climb I did last weekend

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What I'm reading now...

It has been a LONG time since I did a link love wrap-up… with my recent move to WordPress, it seemed time to update the blogroll.  Here are ten of my favorite blogs… mostly about climbing, but mostly about the climbing life, as well; and two three bonus

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Rock climbing just keeps getting sexier.

In June, I wrote a post about a study I read about in a self-help book.  The study found that women find men who climb attractive.  I’d say, more accurately — women find the idea of men who climb attractive… since I’d assume fairly few

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More RockClimberGirl.com than you could ever want to read...

As I neglect rockclimbergirl.com pending an upcoming redesign and relaunch (WordPress, here I come, baby!) I’ve been getting my typing in, other ways… here are a few links to recent stuff I’ve done for sites other than rockclimbergirl.com… Climbing Lessons, on The

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Rock climbing: the sexiest sport

During my time on the road lately, I have been catching up on some reading. Continuing my quest for self-improvement reading that doesn’t suck, I picked up a copy of “59 Seconds: Think a Little, Change a Lot” by Richard Wiseman. It’s a great

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Climbing with Strangers, on Climbing Magazine's Reader Blog

I was in the city the other day — Seattle, the land of abundant takeout options. I grabbed a plate of Phad Se-ew and my fortune cookie made me smile from ear to ear: “You will always be surrounded by true friends.” Seriously, I could not make this

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Climbing-induced Stockholm Syndrome

My most recent blog entry for the Climbing Magazine Reader Blog goes live today… it’s called “A New Entry for the DSM of Climbing Mental Disorders.” Finally finding words for something that’s been nagging at me for almost a year feels good. The

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In shameless self-promotion news...

My first post for Climbing.com’s Reader Bloggers project has gone live. I’m super excited… it’s pretty wild to see my name up in lights on climbing.com. And, even more cool to see some of my friends’ names up in lights