2016 Goals

We’re already several weeks into 2016, and most people are beginning to reevaluate the goals that they set for themselves for this year. I’m no exception. I have spent the last few weeks debating whether or not my goals were too crazy, and if I should share them all with my followers. Ultimately, I’m a […]

Fitting Fitness Into the Holidays

This post was originally published in the December 2015/January 2016 edition of It’s Your Life Magazine. If you would like to subscribe to future issues click here. The holiday season is a joyous time for many people, but it is also a period of packed schedules and high stress. With all the added demands on […]

Confessions of a Crazy Ultra Runner

It’s no great secret that ultra runners are a different breed. We tend to think differently, act differently, and have some downright quirky habits. Allow me to give you a glimpse into the mind of a crazy ultra runner. Confessions of a Crazy Ultra Runner   I Calculate the Price Per Mile to Justify Running […]

Finding Motivation When You Feel Insignificant

This post was originally shared at A Woman’s Reflection. Finding Motivation When You Feel Insignificant Motivation is a fickle thing. It can come upon us suddenly as a result of life events, and leave just as quickly. One of the biggest hurdles to following through on motivation is insecurity. Everyone deals with insecurities. We all […]

Adventures at Newton & the Boulder Backroads Marathon

The past week has been a whirlwind of activity. I qualified for the Boston Marathon at Erie Marathon at Presque Isle on Sunday, and on Thursday my hubby & I flew out to Boulder, Colorado. I had just celebrated my 10 year anniversary of working for Ruhlin GroupĀ  (a.k.a. the best company to work for […]