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I have thought about how I would word this post over and over for the past couple of months. Let me preface by saying I hate change. It has always been a flaw of mine, as I am sentimental … Continue reading
Better late than never right? Being gone at the end of February caused March to sneak up on me (plus the 28 day month thing doesn’t help!) I wanted to share some goals with you because March has the … Continue reading
Good morning! I hope you are all having a magnificent weekend. Bobby and I have been relaxing and doing a little catching up from being out of town, but we haven’t gone anywhere and it has been fabulous! I … Continue reading
This has been quite the interesting workout week for me! I was in New Orleans all week with no gym access, so no weight lifting at all. I did however run three times and walk once with my dad, … Continue reading
Oh 5k, how I loathe thee. You would think that because you are such a short distance compared to other races I have run, that I would think you are a breeze, but this is not the case. Sprinting … Continue reading
Happy Monday! The week is finally here where I will get my race recaps up. Once again sorry for the delay, but I wasn’t to wait until the professional photos came out and I had some time to do … Continue reading
I hope everyone had a safe, happy, and fun NYE. I fell asleep (again) around 11ish, but was woken up (again) to what sounded like World War 3 outside, it was crazy! So. Many. Fireworks. New years day was … Continue reading
Raise your hand if you love Meb Keflezighi? Ok, now that EVERYONE’s hand is raised, how would you like to win one of three amazing prizes, one being training for a day with Meb and staying in California for … Continue reading
Have you ever made soup before, but were missing that one ingredient that just makes it amazing? Unfortunately, it can throw things off balance and your soup won’t taste right. Just like soup, our lives and health rely on … Continue reading