Happy happy Friday! Even though I had a short week, I’m always glad when the weekend comes! Today I’m linking up with the wonderful DC Trifecta for Friday Five: Eat Pray Run DC, Mar on the Run, andYou Signed Up For What! It has been so fun to get to “discover” new blogs and talk about fun topics! This week’s theme is all about goals.
Happy Saturday everybody! On July 12, 2013, I wrote my very first blog post on Run With No Regrets. It’s my One Year Blogiversary!
It’s hard to believe that a whole year has passed since I’ve started this blogging journey! The reason I started this blog was to have a space where I can write about my running challenges and triumphs as I get back on my feet after my stress fracture injury. My hope was that with a positive attitude and persistence, I would get back to where I used to be, running at an awesome pace with no injuries. Who knew that I’d also fall in love with healthy eating and yoga along the way??
If it seems like I’m blitzing you with all my posts this week, I apologize. This post has been in the making for well over a week, and I’m happy that I can finally share my experience at my first blogging conference!
Blogger Week unConference:
A few weeks ago I received an email in my inbox inviting me to attend #BloggerWeek hosted by Black Bloggers Connect. I never heard of this blogging community, so I checked it out online and it looked pretty cool. Several bloggers and PR professionals were speaking and it looked like a great opportunity to go to my first blogging conference, so I signed up. Plus, the cost was only $35 so it could not be beat! The Blogger Week unConference took place on Saturday, May 3 at the Sheraton Hotel in Downtown Silver Spring, Maryland, an easy commute from Philly and an opportunity to visit my sister.
Happy Monday…another wonderful weekend has passed. How was yours? Mine was extremely busy between time with friends, networking, watching Fresh Prince Season 6, and getting groceries!
One fun treat this weekend was going to Penn Relays. Penn Relays is one of the biggest events in Philly each year at the historic Franklin Field, where tens of thousands of people come to see high school, college students, Master’s, and elite Olympic-level athletes compete in track and field events. It has been taking place for well over 100 years..it’s pretty cool!