Tagged with new york city marathon

Weekly Training Recap

In case you missed it I shared last week that I’ve joined a charity team to run the New York City Marathon this fall!  I’ll be running as part of Team Animal League to benefit North Shore Animal League, the world’s largest no-kill animal rescue and adoption organization! In the coming weeks I’ll begin to share … Continue reading

Thoughts On Joining a NYCM Charity Team

As I’m sure everyone knows yesterday was the lottery drawing for the New York City Marathon. Not surprisingly, I didn’t get in. This is my 3rd year applying and not getting in, so next year I’ll have a guaranteed entry. The only problem is just about all of my running friends are running THIS year … Continue reading

What’s Next: Running Edition

What’s Next: Running Edition

Ok, so are you ready for a break from Dopey related posts yet??! I didn’t write any sort of “2014 Goals” post around the New Year because I just felt like my focus was on completing the Dopey Challenge at the time and I didn’t want to look past that to the rest of the … Continue reading

Be the Best Spectator You Can Be!

Be the Best Spectator You Can Be!

Tomorrow I’m headed into the city to cheer my little head off at the New York City Marathon! While this is actually my first time going to spectate at a race (gasp!), but I’ve done my research, asked my family who have come to watch me run and well, I’ve run a few races myself … Continue reading

Hurricane Sandy

Hurricane Sandy

It’s been a few days since Hurricane Sandy hit the East Coast and I still feel like every time I turn on the TV and see the images I’m shocked by what I’m seeing. Before the storm we stocked up on snacks, batteries, bottled water and candles assuming that at some point we’d lose power … Continue reading

SO, WHAT’S NEXT???

The other day at work someone asked me if I was done with running now that I finished the marathon… No, definitely not!  So, what’s next?? I know myself well enough to know that if I don’t have a race scheduled every few months I will most likely stop running.  I definitely need to keep … Continue reading