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Friday

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Friday Favorites- 10/17

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First things first, if you’re in Richmond: mark your calendar! We’ve got a blogger brunch happening on Nov. 1st. While you’re penciling that in on your calendar, you should also join in on these Richmond Fashion Week Events Oct 24th & 25th!

Now let’s talk about a few of our favorite posts from last week:

Can’t wait up early for exercise? Deb’s tips on waking up early to run might motivate you!

Erin has an awesome chocolate chip cookie short cut, so deliciousness is minutes away.

If you still have a sugar craving then try this ice cream from Bourbon & Brown Sugar.

And if you hate cancer like we do, then you should join in this virtual race!

Now it’s your turn to share some great posts!

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Share your post on Friday Favorites:

  • If you are a Virginia Bloggers MEMBER, you do not need to worry about adding a button or link to your post, as long as you have the membership button on your blog!
  • If you are not a member and do not have the member badge, then please add a link back to this page so other local bloggers can join the fun!
  • You can add one post per week! It does not need to be about a specific theme or topic, but you do have to be a blogger in the state of Virginia
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Wednesday

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Richmond Blogger Brunch

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Hey Richmond bloggers! We’ve got our next event on the calendar- brunch at Blue Goat!

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If you haven’t had a chance to check it out yet, it’s a cute little spot in the near west end with a delicious brunch menu!

Click here for directions.

We hope to see you all there on November 1st @ 11am! Leave us a comment or tweet us and let us know if you’re coming so we can get a head count! 

 

 

Tuesday

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Virtual Cancer Hater Challenge

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We love a good cause, and Briana at Still Easier Than Chemo has a great event to share with you all!

Point 2 Running Company’s 24-Hour Cancer Hater Challenge is right around the corner. Registration is free, now open, and we need you! Get in on this HERE.

If you are unable to join us (BOO!), we have a special opportunity just for you! I’M TALKING TO YOU, INTERNET STRANGERS!

Run your own Virtual Cancer Hater Challenge between Friday, October 17 and Saturday, October 18 — anytime, anywhere!

  1. Register HERE to join Still Easier Than Chemo’s fundraising team. Raise money or donate toward our $10,000 goal. 100% of every dollar raised funds pioneering research led by VCU Massey Cancer Center.
  2. Hop on a treadmill at home or at the gym anytime during the Friday and Saturday of the event.
  3. You choose what you want to do: one mile or ten, a walk or a run, 30 minutes or an hour, etc.
  4. Post a photo to our Facebook page or tweet using the hashtag #cancerhater. We’ll share your photos here on the blog after the event.

Virtual Cancer Hater Challengers Receive:

  • awesome 2014 Cancer Hater technical shirt
  • Still Easier Than Chemo bumper stickers
  • a warm fuzzy feeling that by participating, you help finish the fight against cancer!

If you’re not up for doing your own virtual Challenge but would still like to make a contribution in support of our Cancer Haters, you can do so via our team fundraising page HERE.

Friends, let’s do this and help make a difference in the lives of those affected by cancer!

Still Easier Than Chemo

  • On the web: http://www.stilleasierthanchemo.com
  • On Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/stilleasierthanchemo
  • On Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/easierthanchemo

Monday

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September 2014

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Common Good RVA

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Hey all! Popping in really quickly on this gorgeous Monday to let you know about Common Good RVA, a conference coming up here in Richmond.

 

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What is it?Common Good RVA is a post-partisan vision for Richmond’s flourishing that finds concrete expression in everyday decisions for the common good.”

The conference runs 10/3-10/4 and the goal is to explore how we can work for the common good of Richmond in our everyday lives. Cool, right? You can see the whole schedule of events here.

Hope to see you there! -Liz

 

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