Halfway through 2017?!

I’m attempting a normal length blog post from my phone for first time.  I think one reason I don’t post more often is due to the fact that if I am in front of my computer I feel like I should be working. Which I don’t always do, let’s be real, but it keeps me

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Party dress up top, workout tights below. That seems work-appropriate right? Great!

10 miles

10 miles in nearly perfect weather this morning. Now it’s time to hang out on the couch with a Dark ‘n Stormy and bad movies!

Weekly WrapUp: Belated

Sometimes, Monday shows up way too fast. Ok, so that is mostly every week. but this week it was even more pronounced. Hmm.. so last week, oh right. I said I wanted to keep up better with my running and my weight training and I think I did. On Monday, I ran 1.5 miles of

Weekly WrapUp: 5k plan

I managed to stick mostly to my running training plan this week. I originally picked the Advanced plan from Jenny’s plans, but then decided to go with the Intermediate and make the Advanced plan my aspirational goal for each run. Sadly, my Body Beast workouts sort of fell by the wayside. The week got off

Weekly Wrap: Daylight Saving

I used to looooove love love Daylight Saving Time; before I was a runner of course. I’ve always been a summer, sunlight kind of girl, so it made sense to love the extra long days of summer.  When they first proposed extending DST to start in March and end in November, I thought I would

Back to my Happy Place (WW #3)

January got off to a crazy start, and before I knew it I blinked and here we are, midway through February. The weather has been uncooperative and there have been a few events that led me to not feel like going down to the trail to run. But this weekend, the stars finally aligned!  

Sunset, moonrise

“When hope is fleeting, stop for a moment and visualize, in a sky of silver, the crescent of a lavender moon. Imagine it — delicate, slim, precise, like a paper-thin slice from a cabochon jewel. It may not be very useful, but it is beautiful. And sometimes it is enough.” ― Vera Nazarian, The Perpetual

Another new start
(can you have too many?)

I needed somewhere to talk to myself.  Nothing else fit.  This is where I am now. I’m in a state about the world, and work, and the future, and the past. But I also want to talk about working out, and how I’m getting into tarot, and how I miss my mom,  and how I

BodyBeast Go!

Across the globe today, thousands of women marched for many many reasons.  I had intended to join them, but my anxiety and agoraphobia got the better of me, and I didn’t make it downtown. Instead, I practiced my own kind of self-care, which involved buying a weight bench, putting it together, and starting Week 1,

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