Super Bowl Sunday is one of my favorite days of the year because it combines my favorite things: football and food. Each year, I host a party filled with football-inspired snacks and decorations. I thought I would share a few of my favorites from over the years to inspire you to have your best Super Bowl Sunday ever!
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Football season is one of my favorite times of the year. I usually host a superbowl party each year, and I’ve collected a lot of football decor and serving pieces over the years, but each year I like to make unique treats and snacks. A lot of these would be perfect for any type of sports-themed party or kid’s birthday party!
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If you have never been to an NFL game, you are in for such a fun experience! The game day experience is so exciting, but it can be hard to navigate if it’s your first time. I attended almost every home game for my beloved Minnesota Vikings, and have gained some insight over the years!
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Every summer when I’m running in 90 degree heat, I always tell myself that I won’t complain about running in the cold in the winter. Yet every year during my first freezing cold run, I pity myself the entire time! If you’re serious about running, you can’t stop running for an entire season of the year, so how can you make the best of winter running months? After running through quite a few Minnesota winters, I’ve found a few hacks to make it not so bad!
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If you’ve read my bio, you may know that this is most wonderful time of the year for me! Football season is upon us and I couldn’t be more excited. Some of my favorite memories are Sunday game days with my besties and I’m so ready for another season of victories for my Vikings!
If you haven’t been around here long, I thought it would be fun to do a round up of all my favorite football related posts. Check out my favorites below:
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A few weeks ago, I signed up for a one mile race because it had a cheap entry fee and seemed like a fun event. I haven’t tried to run just one mile since last summer, and I was curious to see what time I could get. I’ve focused a lot on speed workouts and cross training this winter and spring, and I’ve seen a lot of results in my shorter/faster distances. Last summer, my mile time was 6:11 and I was curious to see if I could break 6:00 this time.
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