Personal improvement

Swimming Lessons

Setting goals like a competitive swimmer

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I swam competitively for 15 years, starting when I was seven years old through my last year of eligibility in college. As swimmers, we’re up before the crack of dawn when the air is cold and the water is even colder. We spend those early morning hours staring at a black line on the bottom of the pool…

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Writer, Amateur Cat Herder. Previously, Contributing Editor for CWIM. Life with Scout: The Blind Kitty Chronicles is NOW Available https://thesoundandfurry.com/

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Nancy Parish

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Writer, Amateur Cat Herder. Previously, Contributing Editor for CWIM. Life with Scout: The Blind Kitty Chronicles is NOW Available https://thesoundandfurry.com/

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