Who would ever choose that? Who wakes up in the morning and thinks, “I really don’t care about looking great or feeling well. I’m going to make choices that make myself fat and unhealthy today!”
One of the very best things I’ve gained from running, something I would almost put above the killer bod (that I swear will one day have again) or improved health, is the self-awareness.
I hadn’t been running for two weeks. At about 26 weeks, I think the weight distribution changes started to become a problem and my left hip started hurting after running or walking long distances. I really wanted to run Race the Runways, a half marathon in Brunswick near and dear to my heart, but I […]
Running while pregnant — and increasingly getting more pregnant — reminds me of what it feels like to be a beginner again.
I hit 24 weeks on Monday and there is no denying that while my hair (feels like) it’s barely growing, the baby is.
Today I am 29 years old, and today, Baby Runs is 20 weeks old. Here’s how the second trimester is going.
Tina’s got a great story — she recently quit smoking after smoking a pack a day for 15 years and February marked 6 months since her last cigarette. She had plenty of excuses to keep smoking, but she turned them around into reasons to quit. Which is why I’m glad to send her my copy of “The Power of Habit.”
Last week I posted that The Color Run might come to Bangor. As of right now I have no update on that, but … … the American Folk Festival just announced that they’ll be doing a color running event on April 26 to raise money for the festival. According to the press release, festival Executive […]
The single best advice I ever received when I was trying to lose weight I heard long before I figured it out. It was so simple, I didn’t think that it would just work. But when I finally took it to heart, that was when I started making progress. Progress I could maintain. The advice? […]
At $45 for a 5K, it’s not a cheap race, but I hear they are a lot of fun. And judging by the response on Facebook as of this afternoon, so do a lot of Mainers.