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DIY medal display: paint a long simple baseboard and nail as many long nails as needed. Paint some loonie store letters and glue them on. Take your hard earned medals out of the box or drawer and hang them up. Keep at it!

from Berry

Daily motivation (25 photos)

tonefastfitness: Motivation: Runner’s wall Okay so I need to start one of these. I only have three so far, but this is just motivation to run more races!

from MCM Mama Runs

Breaking through mental barriers in training

Well at least that is my goal. @Rebekah Ahn Ahn LaRusso pushes me to keep going when I literally want to stop in the middle of the track.

from Skinny Mom

Pack a Perfect Gym Bag: 11 Must-Haves

I was losing weight really well and then I hit a wall, went on vacation, and then started planning for Bella's first birthday and now I've nearly gained it all back. I need to get to working out again

Yes! i will have a gear room with all the stuff I need for camping, climbing, surfing, skiing, boarding, swimming, running, cycling, wind surfing, backpacking, & kayaking

from StyleCaster

25 Kick-Ass Fitness Quotes to Motivate You

This is the easiest and most energy efficient system for running TV cables behind the wall. The kit provides the ability to add or remove cables as needed without removing the boxes or cover plates with the built in cable feeding tube. "It comes with a hole saw AND a fish tape, Awesome. I also liked the 'air seal' that seals off the air from behind the wall from getting into your conditioned air - smart." --Home Depot customer JGJ10

from Katy She Cooks

Kitchen reno, part 1: the Julia Child pegboard pot rack

Kitchen reno, part 1: the Julia Child pegboard pot rack- What I love about it: The majority of my pots-and-pans no longer take up valuable drawer space. My cookware couldn’t be closer to the stove — I just turn on the burner and grab what I need. The wall rack allows me to use pans as color in the kitchen — my favorite is the tomato-red vintage Dansk enameled cast iron that my friend Sarah found on a Goodwill run. The whole project cost about $20 .