3 Year Blogiversary & Giveaway!

3 Year Blogiversary & Giveaway!

Can you believe that three years ago today I published my first blog post?!  It’s amazing how quickly time goes! I began blogging shortly after I ran my first race - the 2011 Wine & Dine Half Marathon… …I’ve always thought of my blog as sort of a personal journal that just happens to be open for … Continue reading

Thoughts on the New York City Marathon

Thoughts on the New York City Marathon

In the weeks since the New York City Marathon I’ve been doing a lot of thinking about my feeling on the whole experience.  Yes, it’s THE NEW YORK CITY MARATHON, the largest marathon in the WORLD, and I am incredibly fortunate to have been able to run it, but as many of you know, I was … Continue reading

Weekly Training Recap

Weekly Training Recap

Wow, what a busy couple of weeks it’s been!  In case you missed it, I posted 2 race recaps this week… TCS New York City Marathon Wine & Dine Half Marathon …each of these races was a battle of the elements!  In New York we dealt with some fierce winds and then in Florida the … Continue reading

Weekly Training Recap

In case you missed it, I posted a quick update on the New York City Marathon this morning – really just to THANK YOU for all of your support both on my actual run and my fundraising for North Shore Animal League! I promise expo & marathon recaps coming up later this week! RECAP (10/27-11/2) … Continue reading

NYCM – A Quick Update!

NYCM – A Quick Update!

Thank you to everyone for all the in person and virtual cheers yesterday! If you were tracking me, you probably saw that I finished the New York City Marathon in 4:27:47 – a 7 minute 13 second marathon PR for me. I’ll be working on a full recap to post in the next couple of … Continue reading

B+

B+

Ok, so a lot of you know by now that I am really struggling with the entire idea of the New York City Marathon. Yes, it was my decision to do it.  I actively seeked out and joined a charity team to fundraise for entry into this race. So why, if I seemingly have no … Continue reading