What is a runner with a slacker mentality who has a long run on a cold day but likes to be lazy? She signs up for a local race of course. Castle to Coast is a super chill, laid back 8 miles along the… Continue Reading “Castle to Coast 2020”
What’s a runner to do when she needs motivation to actually run her long runs? She signs up for a race! I saw that Surf City 10 fit in my schedule and there was a 10 miler. Even better was when I looked online… Continue Reading “Surf City 10-Recap”
Yeah, this is a little late but I had important things to say Monday!🤣 Last week was part awesome and part rough. So does that mean it was roughly awesome or awesomely rough? Choices. So let’s get into it. Mostly because I can’t remember… Continue Reading “Week 37- Little Late”
If I could stop injuring myself, that would be great. Also could the ants stop invading my bathroom? I know they are just looking for water in the heat wave but there cannot be ants on the toilet seat!! Last week was a little… Continue Reading “Week 30- Headcase”
2019 Race Schedule (so far): 3/24 Oakland Running Festival (Thanks BibRave) 4/28 SLO Half Marathon 5-4 Wildflower (Thanks BibRave) Canceled 8-11 Oaktown Half (Thanks BibRave) Last week had its ups and downs. More running and exercise- yay- but some stomach issues for a few… Continue Reading “Week 8- Finding the Track”
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