Joined 10 years ago
Shanna is a self proclaimed writer and health and geek enthusiast. She is learning how to defy conventional wisdom in favor of life, love, health, fitness and the pursuit of pretty much anything geek.
With a Bachelors and a Masters degrees, she utilizes her education and experience in unconventional and innovative ways while writing where her heart's passions lie.
Shanna's foodie and health geek interests are found here with her other all encompassing geeky tendencies housed at
and a combination on twitter https://twitter.com/k_shanna or @k_shanna.
10 years ago
First Zombie 5K Run completed and 2013 starts a trend I intend to continue as I now plan tactics for my next zombie run. The run itself, which I completed with Run for Your Lives, had elements I had expected from my research into videos of...
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