Five motivators for when you’re laying in bed, debating to go for a run, or not

This morning I was supposed to run 4 miles. I woke up, turned to my left and asked my husband the loaded question, “are we going to the gym this morning.”  We didn’t.  In honor of this morning’s failure, here are five moments of motivation if your laying in bed, sitting on the couch, or … More Five motivators for when you’re laying in bed, debating to go for a run, or not

Holiday Meal 101

Everyone expects to put on a few pounds around the holidays. But for the past 3 years I have managed to maintain my weight while still indulging in the delicious meals, treats and of course drinks. Not to brag, but this lady found her skin tight wedding dress the day after Thanksgiving a few years … More Holiday Meal 101

What the Fartlek?!

While I know there is another marathon in my future – it’s not on the calendar. And while it’s not on the calendar, I’m determined to work on my speed. Speed training is certainly something I lacked in my last training plan. I was really focused on building up my endurance and prepping for my … More What the Fartlek?!

Tackling Taper

In all of the training, the long runs, the speed training, the early morning runs after late nights, the scariest part has been the taper. Leading up to the race TOMORROW, only running 3 or 4 miles has been a mental trip. Am I really going to bready to run 26.2 miles having run so little … More Tackling Taper

6.5 Inner Harbor

Another work trip, another run in a different city. After a 5 a.m. flight Thursday and long day setting up for my client’s suite at Blogalicous, I needed a good night’s rest.  Friday morning rolled around and though my ambitious 4:30 a.m. alarm did sound, I couldn’t peal myself out of the perfectly snug sheets … More 6.5 Inner Harbor