Ok, reentry to work was a little rough. Monday and Tuesday were the last of my vacation days. They were hot ones. Not gonna lie, I was pretty lazy these days. I did finish a book so maybe not too lazy. Then it was… Continue Reading “Week 29- Return”
I write this on the last day of my first real vacation of the year. For someone who used to hate vacations, they sure have grown on me in recent years. This was a staycation but I was so looking forward to it. I… Continue Reading “Vacation ✅”
Disclaimer: I received a pair of Horizon RTT from Under Armour to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!” Surprisingly enough, dirt and trails… Continue Reading “Kick the Dust Up”
Woo hoo, it’s Wednesday! WordPress tells me this is the third time I’ve posted with my mid-week musings, so here we go. D.E.R- Smart Choices- As in Don’t Even Register. I’ve never DNS’d a race because I register super late. I figure I’d rather… Continue Reading “Mid Week Musings-3”
After 3 years of running this race, I can say with absolute certainty that moving my long run to Thursday was the best decision ever. Not just because it turned out to be a great run but because per usual, I feel a little… Continue Reading “2015 Firehouse 5K -Recap”
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