The new year is an opportunity for a fresh start and often, some awesome running. This year has been different. The problems of 2018 have dragged on and are greatly affecting every aspect of my life including my running. In the new year, I should have felt that extra push to train and make 2019Continue reading “First Training Week of the New Year”
Category Archives: Moving
A Dream Come True
I’ve spent my whole life loving and admiring the mountains, but always being a plane or long car ride away. It hurt to watch the Rocky Mountains disappear from my rearview mirror each time that I came home from Denver. The drive back into Kansas is long and monotonous, and more than anything, I wantedContinue reading “A Dream Come True”
Running, Goals, and Some Unknowns
Hey Everyone! It’s been a long time since I’ve been running hard and training for anything specific. My last race, the Route 66 Marathon, was a bit of a flop largely because I walked to the starting line severely undertrained and a bit burnt out from my ultra. I am once again back on myContinue reading “Running, Goals, and Some Unknowns”
Moving to Kansas!
It’s been a while since I’ve written a post. To be honest, my life has been absolutely insane with the move. Last week I hardly got any time to run, but even with all the craziness, I managed to get a 5k watch PR on my last run with the Fleet Feet running group. OnContinue reading “Moving to Kansas!”
The Chicago Marathon: I’m in!
It’s official. In 164 days, I’ll be running the Chicago Marathon. What’s in front of me are months of upping my mileage, stretching like crazy, a few 20 miler training runs, and well, crossing that finish line. I think if it hadn’t been for the support of my friends here (especially Kristina’s #peerpressure post), andContinue reading “The Chicago Marathon: I’m in!”
Moving to Kansas: 5 Things I’ll Miss
As most of you know, I am moving soon! On May 8, I will be making an epic journey to Manhattan, Ks with Frank and our two (angry) cats. I expect it will be fun and I am so excited to have new places to see… however, I am sad to miss some stuff here.Continue reading “Moving to Kansas: 5 Things I’ll Miss”