Primal 2 Cardinal Now Available

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 4/1/2015

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Thank You to the Armed Forces

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 3/26/2015

Written letters have always been a significant part of war. Soldiers write to keep a grasp on the real world, to connect with a loved one, or to simply document their daily lives. 

With the conclusion of WWI, after 4 years of fighting and 16 million deaths, German and US forces agreed to withdraw all troops from the battlefield. Shortly thereafter, a young LT names Lewis Plush wrote home to his parents to tell of his experiences. 

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A Guide to Understanding Plantar Fasciitis

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 3/23/2015

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Road Trippin' the Ol' West

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 3/13/2015

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20% Off Bearded Brothers Energy Bars!

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 2/20/2015

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Happy Fat Tuesday!!!

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 2/17/2015

Fat Tuesday marks the last day to eat rich and spoil yourself before the Lenten season begins. Therefore, today needs to make up for 40 days and 40 nights of a lack of meat and partying.  With that being said, our New Orleans trip has commenced. 

Below are some little known facts of the festive celebration. 

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10 Ridiculous Cabins Available on AirBnB

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 2/10/2015

Maybe you're in the dog house. Maybe she deserves more than candy this year. Or maybe you're just looking for something a little more special. 

Any way you look at it, a weekend getaway in one of these unreal cabins on AirBnb might just be the thing.  

Which one would you choose? 

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7 Book Recommendations for the Weekend

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 2/6/2015

It's the middle of February and it seems everyone has had it with runny noses, ice scrapers, and hand warmers. Instead of trekking out into the frigid unknown this weekend, try picking up one of our suggestions below.

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Dare to Head Off the Beaten Path This Year.

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 1/30/2015

What is your definition of vacation? 

Most of us think a sandy beach on a resort with all inclusive drinks and food. Basking in the sun with other tourists nearby. Nights are often filled with seafood dinners and resort entertainment by the ocean. Although there is nothing wrong with aforementioned "getaway" we generally like to think of the word vacation quite differently. Our vacations consist of a single piece of luggage and several check points along the way and much improvisation between. 

For example, many have been to Puerto Rico, yet few travel away from the main city of San Juan. Recently a friend and I took a trip to Puerto Rico and planned on spending only a day in the tourist-filled capital. We rented a car and with nothing more than a fold out map, we hit the backroads of the 51st state. We were able to take a "vacation" few have experienced. Witnessing some of the most beautiful and secluded beaches we have ever seen. Although a little more risky and unknown, we choose the UN-beaten path every time. 

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Your Feet and Correct Toes

Posted by Brad Maniscalco on 1/21/2015

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