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August 4, 2016

Alex Morgan at Rio Olympics

We’ve got a Full Fathom Five author currently kicking butt at the Rio Olympics! Alex Morgan, forward on the US Women’s Olympic Team, is also the author of the kid’s series The Kicks and her autobiography Breakaway. The USWNT won their first game of the Rio Olympics on Wednesday against New Zealand, 2-0. Carli LLoyd scored in the first half with Alex Morgan racking up the second goal shortly after halftime.

You can catch Alex Morgan and the Olympic Women’s team in action against France August 6 @ 4pm and Columbia on 8/9 @ 6pm.

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August 2, 2016

Try New Things With Little Shaq!

We want to have fun and enjoy our experiences, not be uncomfortable. It’s a challenge to face our fears and push us forward to grow. Every time we complete a new activity, our comfort zones grows a bit. The larger our comfort zones become, the more confident and adventurous we will feel. An experience that was once unfamiliar is now something we are comfortable doing.

So here are a few great ways to expand our child’s comfort zones. Why not try one today?

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July 19, 2016

A Match Made in Heaven: Dating Apps as Famous Characters

Nowadays, there’s a dating app or website for everyone and just about everything. Here are a few of Full Fathom Five’s favorite pairings of famous characters and the dating app that most suits them—we think they’re a ‘match’ made in heaven.

Tinder: Alex Karev from Grey’s Anatomy

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The early seasons of Grey’s Anatomy are absolutely filled with sex and romance. Alex Karev, an intern at Seattle Grace Hospital, is regarded as a big player who makes his rounds among the nurses of Seattle Grace. Tinder is often known as a hook up app—making it perfect for Alex Karev.


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July 6, 2016

7 Books To Satisfy Your Travel Bug

There’s something about summer that makes people want to travel. Maybe it’s the warm weather. Maybe it’s the fact that no matter how old we get, we still associate summer with being carefree and having a lack of responsibilities like we did in our youth. Maybe it’s that we’re constantly seeing articles all over the internet about couples who quit their jobs and travel indefinitely. Whatever it is, we’ve been bitten by the travel bug. If you aren’t able to make that wish a reality, check out these travel books–they’re almost better than the real thing.

Girls Who Travel by Nicole Trilivas

Experiencing heartache after travelling around the world? Tired of staying put and wishing you could be back on the road? Kika Shores, the protagonist of Girls Who Travel, feels the same way. Stuck in her old routine, outspoken, funny Kika feels the allure of travel more then ever, and decides to take a job as a nanny in London. While working in England she discovers things about herself she never knew, and that sometimes staying out can be for the better.

The Backpacker by John Harris:

For those wishing to travel around Southeast Asia, this is your book. Follow John along his journeys through India, Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore, Australia, and Hong Kong. Along the way the live the high life, pretending to be rich aristocrats until the mafia becomes interested. This sparks a string of adventures, from traveling on a stolen yacht through Indonesia to picking fruit as migrant workers in Australia, painting vivid pictures along the way.


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