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Mother Nature is my first love. Experienced — fitness, wellness, and the great outdoors. Credentialed — respiratory therapy, yoga, fashion. @tara.morris.writes

Stop calling us heroes and fix the fundamental problem.

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Easy to use products to restore your health.

A girl carrying a resusable water bottle.
A girl carrying a resusable water bottle.
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The grief when sport and spirit are intertwined.

A girl on a hiking trail, sitting down, holding her legs, sad.
A girl on a hiking trail, sitting down, holding her legs, sad.
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To hell with cellulite. I just want to keep walking.

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“It’s not vanity to feel you have a right to be beautiful. Women are taught to feel we’re not good enough, that we must live up to someone else’s standards. But my aim is to cherish myself as I am.”

— Elle Macpherson


She didn’t have one child but twin girls to raise.

A single red rose.
A single red rose.
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“You can’t go back and change the beginning, but you can start where you are and change the ending.”

— C.S. Lewis


They can’t smell it if you don’t feel it

A woman’s face, the focal point is her eyes, longing for something.
A woman’s face, the focal point is her eyes, longing for something.
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Outdoor adventuring doesn’t have to be an extreme feat. How do you get started or keep going?

A woman sitting on a rock in the forest, taking a break from mountain biking.
A woman sitting on a rock in the forest, taking a break from mountain biking.
Photo of the author by her husband, Chuck Morris. Canaan Valley, Moon Rocks, West Virginia.

“I like mountains because they make me feel small. They help me sort out what is important in life.”

— Mark Obmascik


Your recovery game must be as good as the game itself.

A woman with a strong back
A woman with a strong back
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“Moving isn’t important, until you can’t.”

— Gray Cook


What do you mean you have never peed outside?

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No, I won’t sacrifice my health for you

A woman face down crying in bed
A woman face down crying in bed
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Tara Lynn Morris

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