I’m a big believer in logging all your exercise. If only because when I write it down and see it all added together, it makes me feel really, really good about myself.
One of my fears when I subscribed for Runners World a few weeks after I started the Couch to 5K was that I would be really into it for the first couple of issues and then I would be sick of running and it would just come in my mailbox and shame me for not […]
Hi blog friends. Happy Halloween! Last year I remember eating a sickening amount of candy on Halloween and feeling so much remorse and regret the next day. When I think about the 10 pounds I gained between the 2011 Maine marathon and new year 2012, mentally I blame it all on Halloween and thanksgiving and […]
Things I did not do today: Run the 8 miles on the schedule. Or, um, at all. Things I did do today: Walked about 3 miles, one of which while laden with all this crap: You have to click on the image to see its full-sized glory. My blogging app crops it into a square. […]
So, I did it yesterday. I signed up for my second fall marathon — the Maine Marathon, the first one I ever did last year. I knew it was what I wanted to do, but I put off making the decision. I was oscillating between working hard at a better time or working hard at […]
What is the difference between “jogging” and running? I admit I’ve commit too many brain cells to this thought. There I something diminutive sounding about jogging, like I’m going out in a cute leotard and sweatband to listen to my iPod for an hour instead of running, which sounds like a serious workout. I don’t […]
1. I think it is a testament to …. something, what, I’m not sure … that I ran 20 miles IN A ROW two days ago and I didn’t blog about it until today. Either that’s less of a big deal then it’s been, or I am a lazier blogger. 2. Hey! I ran 20 […]
So 1: Thank you everyone for all the kind words about my general malaise from the past few weeks, on the blog and in person. You’re too kind. I’m kinda embarrassed (in a good way) that people actually read this blog and it’s touching (in a good way) to hear from you. 2. Today was the return […]
I’m still feeling a little blah about training. I’ve written enough posts focusing on the negative, so here is what I’m doing about it. I found a quote the other day that went like this: “You can accept things the way they are, or you can accept responsibility to change them.” It was on the […]
Yesterday came and went, and I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did. Today, you will rock. Today, you are the master of your fitness. via » Get Back on Track :zenhabits. Great advice from a great blog. I feel like I tell myself these things every day.