Monthly Archive:: July 2015

                I have a very positive outlook on my running, when I talk about it to other people.  Its a different dialogue inside my head when I am running. Looking back on my year of running, I have steadily improved and did a half marathon, two 10ks and kept training.  Its nothing to shake a stick at, yet I have these severe doubts that I will ever get to 26.2 miles in one day. So in an effort to boost my confidence, I posted a check list next to the back door of all the things I need before I leave. Here it is: Hat Water (yes you need it, even for short runs) Gels ( yes you need it [&hellip

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I know I am late to adopting these “new” trend, but I am crazy for podcasts about running.  I have to thank the popular series Serial for opening my eyes to this rich informational depot. Here are the ones that I listen to regularly. Another mother runner -Dimity and Sarah (or SBS) have years of running experience and a great community of “bad-ass mother runners.”  Their website is great as well.  They are very real people and my favorite part of their podcasts is the chit chat between them prior to the topic of the day.  They end their podcasts with the message  “many happy miles to you”  So cute. Marathon Training Academy–  This couple, Angie and Trevor have a relaxed but encouraging style.  Angie is [&hellip

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Hello World, I am back to blogging after a very long break. I let my “day job” suck the life out of the blog. I am going to work harder to make time for everything I like doing. Here is what I have been up to: Sept 2014- sidelined by achilles tendonitis and had to defer my NYC marathon May 2015- successfully rehab’d from the tendonitis and ran the Brooklyn Half marathon June 2015- started training for the NYC marathon and physical therapy to keep the ankle in shape July 28, 2015- received an email about Fitbloggin 2016 in Indianapolis IN and that inspired me to revive the blog. July 29, 2015- reset my password and here is where we are at. Stay tuned for [&hellip

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