Today, June 5, is Global Running Day. What is Global Running Day? Global Running Day is a worldwide celebration of running that encourages everyone to get moving. It doesn’t matter how fast you run or how far you go—what’s important is that you take part, and how you do it is up to you. Run… Continue reading It’s Global Running Day
Who is the Indulger? He's that little voice inside of your head telling you that you "deserve" something. He likes to hang out with the Rationalizer who will tell you that it's ok--that little bite won't matter. My Indulger is alive and well. He likes to talk to me when I step into the grocery… Continue reading The Indulger
I haven't posted an update on running for a while, so I thought I would do that for this week's post. Running outdoors is very weather dependent. And once you start enjoying running outdoors, the thought of running indoors, especially on a treadmill, is almost crippling. I'd almost rather do anything else but run on… Continue reading First Quarter Update and My First Running Injury
If you're feeling tired, exhausted, discouraged, or burned out, I encourage you to find some things that you can do regularly to take care of yourself. Think of it as maintenance just like you would maintain your car to keep it running smoothly and efficiently.
July's race for 2018 was the CRMC 4-Mile run which was on Independence Day. This is the same four-mile run we did last year, with the same course. The money from the race goes to support a local hospital. This year, we had more friends join us for this race. Cinderella decided that she wanted… Continue reading Another Four Miles on the Fourth
Saturday, June 16, was the Watkins Mill Get Outdoors 6K. Proceeds for this race benefit the Watkins Mill Association. As I mentioned last year, this race is near and dear to my heart. I grew up just a few miles from the park (before it was a park), and our family spent lots of time… Continue reading Watkins Mill 6K
As always, May was another busy month. Once it warmed up, soccer came to an end. Then there were graduations and Mother's Day. Finally, Memorial Day is often looked at as the official start of summer. Tuesday: It is starting to feel like summer: 80 degrees and humid. Wednesday: We had our first tornado drill… Continue reading A Sentence a Day for May 2018