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Famous people who walk

Why These Famous People Walk

I have been posting, blogging, tweeting and pinning about walking a lot. I do this because I truly care about your health and happiness. Why don’t most people walk regularly, I wonder? I am just an average person who reads

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Cruciferous Vegetables fight cancer

Fight Cancer with Delicious Cruciferous Vegetables

Cruciferous Vegetable Night was made famous by the Big Bang Theory character, Sheldon Cooper.  These fabulous vegetables are so tremendously healthy.  We should be trying to have cruciferous vegetable night every night.  Well, at least incorporating them into at least

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Winter Outdoor Activities

26 Fun Ways to Stay Active This Winter

Outdoor activities are not only fun, they are healthy too.  At this time of year, though, many people want to stay indoors due to the cold, snow and ice.  But that is so unfortunate.  Winter is a beautiful time of

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Fasting: How To Eat And Be Healthy

You probably came here expecting me to give you the answer to “How To Eat And Be Healthy”, right? Well, I wish could tell you an exact and simple answer to that question. No one knows this answer yet. Once

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The 2019 Marathon Challenge

Pink Ribbon Runner Marathon Challenge

This year is my 5th year of cancer survivorship.  To celebrate and challenge myself, I ran my first marathon with my friends, Anita and Stephanie.  

Read about our honest, inspiring, emotional and funny journey to train and run the Twin Cities Metronics Marathon.  

A Little About Me

My name is Patricia Prince.  I am the founder and primary author here at Pink Ribbon Runner. 

I was diagnosed with stage 3 breast cancer in 2013.  I vowed that I would do everything in my power to battle this disease. 

After my treatments, I restructured my life.  I lost 90 pounds, started running and eating better.  I found health & happiness again.  

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