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Susan

Fredericton, Canada
My name is Susan, I'm a 25-year-old Atlantic Canadian with a love for food, health, and life! I'm a writer, researcher, journalist, Can-Fit-Pro certified Personal Training Specialist, and Nutrition & Wellness Specialist. I am currently undergoing treatment for Hodgkins Lymphoma, a cancer of... Full Bio
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How Loving your Job can Help you Live Longer by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon We spend a lot of our lives at work. While nearly every job has its pros and cons, good days and bad, if you’re really unhappy at work, you may find that it has a negative i ... Read on »
The Beauty of Greater London by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon London is on most people’s bucket lists when it comes to destinations to visit. Whether you live in the UK or outside, the English capital is synonymous with culture, clas ... Read on »
How to Find a Cheaper Deal on Household Bills by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon When it comes to daily life and bills, it’s no wonder that we like to lower costs as much as possible. I’m not talking about scrimping and saving to the point of going wit ... Read on »
10 Must Haves in Your Nappy Bag by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon The art of packing the perfect bag for you and baby comes with experience and planning. Many moms in the know will gladly enlighten you to the contents of their perfect ba ... Read on »
Summer is Coming! by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Let’s look forward to dining al fresco Warmer days are on their way, blue skies, birds cheeping, flowers blooming, and longer evenings. You know what this means? BBQs, s ... Read on »
Why Are we Waiting? by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon There’s nothing worse than waiting for something that never seems to arrive. When you’re a child, you sit waiting on Christmas Eve, hoping that Santa hurries up and makes hi ... Read on »
The Warning Signs of Addiction by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon If you’re worried about a friend or relative, or even possibly about yourself, when it comes to drug or alcohol usage, wondering whether it has reached addictive levels, t ... Read on »
Guide to the Best Experience in Salt Lake City by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Salt Lake City is a bustling metropolis on a beautiful mountain valley. With enough unique features to catch anyone’s interest, the question when traveling through this popu ... Read on »
Skiing Holidays – Perfect for Recharging Your Batteries by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Holidays are meant to peaceful, relaxing escapes from the hustle of the everyday routine. For some people that means exploring a new city, for others it means sprawling ou ... Read on »
Going to Galveston? Four Tips to Stretch Your Budget by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Blog Post Type: Planning a Trip to a City The island of Galveston’s glorious Gulf beaches, charming Victorian architecture, and proximity to the country’s fourth largest ... Read on »
Winter Getaways to Daytona Beach: More Than Just Sun, Surf, and Sand by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Article Content: Blog Post Type: Expert Opinion Piece Although many northern snowbirds fly south to Daytona Beach, FL in the wintertime to escape the cold and snow a ... Read on »
5 Mobile Apps to Boost Your Productivity on a Work Trip by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Who says you need to be at your computer to be productive and get work done? Check out these five powerful mobile apps that will help boost your productivity when away on th ... Read on »
Picking Engagement Ring by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Every girl dreams of the day that your significant other would go down on one knee and eventually pop the question. Of course you would imagine what your ideal ring may be, ... Read on »
Picking Engagement Rings by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Every girl dreams of the day that your significant other would go down on one knee and eventually pop the question. Of course you would imagine what your ideal ring may be, ... Read on »
Tanzania’s Southern Serengeti Top Safari Camps by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon The Serengeti certainly holds a magic for some people which attracts them year after year, many people choose to visit areas of the Serengeti where the Wildebeest Migratio ... Read on »
Beat the Boredom by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon The airport can be a boring business. Whilst it’s a means to an end, and a way to get to some fantastic destinations, it is also somewhere that seems soulless, has barely ... Read on »
Tying the Knot by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon Just a quick post to let you all know that I recently tied the knot!! If you’re wondering why things have been quiet around here for the past few months it’s because Jacob ... Read on »
Pacific Pearls: best beach break destinations by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon The Pacific Islands are as numerous as they are diverse. While they may look the same on a picturesque postcard, the various islands around this area each have their own fla ... Read on »
Chilling in San Francisco — The San Francisco of Then and Now by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon San Francisco city and county may be home to tech giants such as Twitter and Pinterest, but it’s far better known as the cultural and hippy center of the San Francisco Bay a ... Read on »
Exciting And Unusual Ways To Explore A City by Susan Posted in: Blog Posts in Triathlon There’s nothing wrong with walking, but if that’s the only way you’re going to explore a city you’re really doing yourself a disservice. Check out this list of exciting and ... Read on »