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Just incase you missed it…
- A BIG Blog Announcement! Please read!
- Race Review – Akron Half Marathon
- Chicago Marathon Race Recap – Part 2
- Skillet Tuna Noodle Casserole: My first ever recipe post!
- Chicago Marathon Race Recap – Part 1
- Facing fears, moving on, and putting myself out there
- Chicago bound and my final race weight recap!
- Akron Half Marathon Race Recap
- FitBloggin’ Recap Part 3: The Final Chapter – Plus Giveaway Winner!
- FitBloggin’ Recap Part 2: Presentations and Discussions
Tag Archives: Diet and Exercise
Didn’t I say I wanted to try and cook more? Cook healthy things? Redefine how I feed myself? I think I did in this post, and I certainly did not delay. Thanks to an email from one of my favorite food … Continue reading
It’s time. It’s Chicago Marathon time! In only a few hours I will be on board a plane to Chicago for the largest marathon I will probably ever run. I am pretty excited about running this huge race. I mean, its … Continue reading
(Blogy Reminder! Don’t forget to enter to win some freebies from the Fitbloggin’ sponsors on my Recap Part 1 post! I have plenty to pass out! You can enter up until Sunday Sept. 30 at 11:59pm) After a week away … Continue reading
So I am on week 9 of my journey to get back to my optimal race weight. I definitely had some bumps in the road. In fact, I was reading a post over at Rust Belt Runner about giving into temptation … Continue reading
So my last 2 weeks of striving to get to a good race weight had been unsuccessful. I was getting really frustrated and beating my brain trying to figure out what went wrong and doing my best to fix it. I … Continue reading
You may notice the title of my little recap/updates has changed. I changed it because I never really knew what to call it. I always called it my “Healthy Eating Recap” because I was trying to get into better nutrition for … Continue reading
Last week I decided to get my diet under control and finally reach a good race weight. I was proof that it is possible to be an unhealthy runner. I mean really, who runs 2 marathons in a year and … Continue reading