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Five Can’t Miss Running Blogs

Happy Friday to you and thanks for dropping by.  Today is the closing date on our house, so I’m really thankful for a lot of things to be fulfilled and behind us with regards to that.  We are officially squatting at my parents beach house for the next several weeks while we Continue Reading …

National Running Day- 2014

Happy National Running Day To You!   National Running Day, which is being celebrated for it’s sixth time, is a day when runners everywhere declare their passion for running.   You can connect with other runners on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram to join in on all the fun.  All it takes to participate in Continue Reading …

Good Friday News

Most of you already know that we’ve been in the process of preparing our house to sell. For the past few months we’ve been tidying up the yard, painting walls, and attempting to declutter the remnants of a toddler’s household. Well, I’m very pleased to announce that we have successfully Continue Reading …

8 Ways to Get Over a Running Slump

Over the past few months I’ve been falling in and out of my own personal running slump.  With all the distractions and challenges I’ve been facing lately, I have, unfortunately, allowed my slacker half to get the best of me.  I’m sure you can tell from my lack of workouts Continue Reading …

20 Nice Things We Should Say More Often

20 Nice Things We Should Say More Often   I discovered this wonderful video clip this morning as I was thumbing through Faithit.   I had to share.  I hope you find it inspirational and funny.  This little dude is the coolest.          What is something that Continue Reading …

North Cal Ragnar Part 2

I didn’t intend to leave you guys hanging this long between my Ragnar recaps, but my internet service provider has been failing me big time and I’ve lost my first two attempted posts before I had a chance to save them.  We had a technician come out yesterday and he found Continue Reading …

#TBT Revelations

A few weeks back when I was running at my parents house in Anna Maria, I ran {literally} across a situation that got me thinking.   Let me set the scenario for you. Anna Maria Island is an ordinarily quiet, little community with a few well known restaurants and landmarks. Continue Reading …