Ronda's Blog Posts Tagged 'sports' (2)

BODYARMOR Sports Drink

When I was young(er), I played sports, worked out often and did something a lot of kids do not do today...I played outside! I tried a different brand of sports drink during my active years and never liked them. The taste reminded me of water with a squirt of lemon, salt and a tablespoon of sugar. I couldn't understand the fixation other athletes had with it. Back then, that sports drink was our only option, because we were told…

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Added by Ronda on February 16, 2015 at 12:00am — No Comments

Review: MD Sports Wireless Basketball Hoops and Scoreboard

Ok, so for Christmas my 6 year old decided what he really wanted was for his bedroom to look more mature. His words, "my room is too babyish". As mentioned in a previous post, he gave his little brother a bunch of toys he felt he grew out of and since he is 6, we both agreed the Shamrock Green Crayola color was a bit outdated. So we went for a more Olive/Asparagus mix!



One of the gifts he received was a really cool item I found online. I was sick and tired of replacing those…

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Added by Ronda on January 19, 2013 at 5:25pm — No Comments

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