That is the face of a pre-half-marathon runner. It’s race day! Wish me luck!
T-minus one day to my first half-marathon! When I was preparing for the 10-mile Mid-Winter Classic, I had more of a strategy/training plan. I also had only started running 4 months before the race and running “long” was pretty new to me then, so I wanted to be strong and I wanted to be careful. […]
So, this is a post about almost being at my original goal weight. But it’s not an “I made it” post … yet. When I started running 7 months ago, I just wanted to be at a healthy BMI. At 5 feet, 8 inches tall, that is 164 pounds. As of this weekend, I’ve finally […]
Confession, dear blog readers: I am running a half marathon in less than a week and a half. That’s 13.1 miles, non-stop. I have never, ever gone that far before. My farthest run so far was last week, at ~12 miles. I’m not really worried about my ability to do it, but I’ve done a […]
I found from my friend Mike my new favorite blog, Carrots N Cake, where this girl woman must be my long lost sister or something. She blogs about running and nutrition and her pug Murphy. You can read her awesome post about Murphy’s life lessons here.
It was more than 50 degrees today. 50 amazing degrees. I didn’t get to do a lunch-time run, which was something I probably needed today, because Thursday is Weight Watchers today. I gained 2 pounds from a week ago. That came as a shock. I felt like I was having a very tight, renewed, powerful […]
So gaming up to do the whole thing myself this year.
Forget the Treadmill. Get a Dog. So true. The first time I really started to get a fitness program and stick with it was when we got our first dog, Scoop. Scoop & Georgia LOVE walks, and I’m so happy that its light enough at night again to resume our long walks with podcasts.