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Eat home (a giveaway)

Last week I had a guest post by Becky Reese, founder of The Sexy Mom's Running Club, about loving your body. For me, I find that loving my body is easier when I am eating things that make me feel healthy and that fuel me so I can run and stay active.

Becky graciously sent me a copy of this amazing cookbook that makes it easier to do just that: 

This cookbook helps you plan meals that use only 20 seasonal ingredients per week to cook five weeknight dinners. I am so excited to start trying some of the amazing recipes in this book, and I'm even more excited to share a copy of the book with one of you!! Here's how you can enter to win The Fresh 20:

1 - Like The Sexy Mom's Running Club on Facebook or follow on Twitter. Leave a comment letting me know which you did. (Required - 1 entry)

2 - Post about this giveaway on Instagram (tag @ihaverun), Twitter (tag @ihaverun) and/or Facebook (tag the I Have Run page). (Optional - up to 3 entries)

The winner will be selected on Friday, August 2nd.


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  4. I like you on Facebook as Carolsue Anderson
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  6. It's funny how that works re: "easier when I am eating things that make me feel healthy and that fuel me so I can run and stay active."

    When I'm running/working out regularly instead of thinking I earned bad food, I tell myself I'm working this hard, I might as well eat right too. It's a good cycle to start!

    Cookbook looks awesome!

  7. I follow you on Twitter as @ilovepool.

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