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Old Spice’s Hardest Working Collection – #smellegendary

Lingering memories of my childhood always include the scent of Old Spice. My grandfather wore it, so  all the milestone moments I spent with him — fishing, throwing the baseball, or just visiting him after school — all come flooding back when I use Old Spice products. While the scent is tied to memory, it’s more than just a pleasant …

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Gladiator PrimeTime Locker Rocks This Space

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Gladiator® GarageWorks. All opinions are 100% mine. The PrimeTime™ Lockers by Gladiator® GarageWorks is every fan’s dream — a welded, steel storage locker, showcasing our favorite collegiate team. It’s the perfect addition to any garage, game room, bedroom, home gym or anywhere we want to put our loyalty on display. With March Madness just around the …

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Where have our sports heroes gone?

“Children are educated by what the grown-up is and not by his talk.” ~ Carl Jung The 65-game suspension of Ryan Braun, the looming specter of more suspensions being handed out, and the NFL’s ongoing player problems with legal troubles, drug use, etc.–it’s all left me to wonder:  Where have all our sports heroes gone? Guys get into trouble for taking performance …

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Sports, my son, T-Rex, Snakie and an All-star

I am watching the MLB All-star game. My son is watching the game in between playing with a T-Rex action figure (his plastic  T-Rex is an action figure to my son, as G.I. Joes were action figures for me) and fighting the big green snake. This was an epic battle: T-Rex on top, then Snakie would turn the tables. This …

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I was watching Louisville vs Wichita State, wanting the Shockers to beat Louisville–not because I dislike Louisville or like Witchita State. I just love the underdog story. I mean… who doesn’t love a good David-against-Goliath story? I’m not sure if you’re a college basketball fan or not, but the game was a lot of fun to watch, even though I wish the outcome was different. …

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