In the words of *NSYNC, “It’s gonna be May”…and now we’re here! April was only 30 days long but it just felt endless to me, haha! I’m glad to be moving forward!
And now it’s time to link up with Deborah and Coco for the Ultimate Coffee Date! These are one of my favorite types of posts because it’s an opportunity to catch up on life! Grab a cup and let’s get it started!
It was an unexpected race due to originally being signed up for the Delaware Half Marathon that was postponed, but I’m glad I was able to still have an in-person race as we still deal with the COVID-19 pandemic.
Now I’m finally sharing my recap of the experience. This has taken a bit longer for me to put together…but better late than never!
Well the time has finally come – this Sunday, I will be running in the Gettysburg Blue-Gray Half Marathon! This will be my first half marathon since June 2019, and my first in-person racing experience since the COVID-19 pandemic. What a time to be alive!
As I normally do, I’ll discuss my goals and strategy for my race. I’m so nervous, calm, and excited all at once! I’m happy to share my thoughts with you!
Hey there! After a brief hiatus, Running 101 is back in session! This is a blog series I started a few years ago to share tips for runners that are either completely new to the sport or are more experienced and want to review the basics! Here are just a few “courses” I’ve shared:
One issue that I’ve been thinking about lately is climate change and what I can do to personally minimize my environmental impact. Over the years, I’ve been making changes in my everyday life to “do better” for our planet, and that has recently extended to running. How we can enjoy running in an environmentally responsible way? I have a few ideas!
I hope that these tips to being an eco-friendly runner find just a little bit of resonance in your life! I bet there’s already a lot of this that you do, but hopefully I’ve provided a little bit of food for thought!