Do you ever remember something from your childhood and think, did I really do that? Was I really like that? Could that even be true? Whether it's something you wore, I'm sure we all have horror stories of our kindergarten outfits (turtlenecks galore in my case) or something we did at recess, like convincing everyone … Continue reading Rediscovering a childhood favorite
For everyone out there (like me) who follows Runner's World on nearly every social media platform, you're probably well aware of their #RWRunStreak. If you don't or aren't, here's the short version... Runner's World encourages everyone to run at least one mile each day between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day. This year that is 40 … Continue reading When you can’t join the run streak
The more the merrier. True of potlucks (because you get more food), true of brothers (not once have I been asked to mow the lawn), true of apples (because then you know it's fall) and definitely true of runners (even if it means you get stepped on half a dozen times in the first mile … Continue reading Running together: We finally did it
Just over one year ago I was training for a marathon, eating lots of peanut butter, taking pictures of my feet and trying to figure out how to fit everything I owned in my little silver car. Today, I'm training for a marathon, eating lots of peanut butter, taking pictures of my feet and recently … Continue reading One year and three apartments later
And I've reached that point in marathon training where each week requires a multi-hour adventure and more than 36 hours of vast quantities of food consumption.