I told myself after the Algonquin 50K, I’d take two weeks off. I pretty much did (I took 13 days off), and I think it really helped! I ran 70.15 miles in February. I did run the 50K, as noted, but with my 13 days off afterward, I ended up with a lower-than-usual mileage month … More My February running: Two races and almost two weeks off
There’s only a little more than a month left to go till The Run Show USA in Boston this January. It’s happening Jan. 29-30 at the Hynes Convention Center, and I have my hotel and plane ticket booked. I haven’t been to Boston since 2013, and I am excited to visit the city again and check out this new event. … More Seven reasons to attend The Run Show USA in Boston this January
Disclaimer: I received this book for free through a BibRave partnership. I don’t read as many physical books as I’d like to anymore, primarily listening to audiobooks now, but I recently finished “A Runner’s High: My Life in Motion” by Dean Karnazes and really enjoyed it. I am one of the moderators of the BibRave … More Runner Reads: “A Runner’s High” by Dean Karnazes
As I ran through the streets of Philadelphia on Sunday, Nov. 21, there were people cheering for me by name and plenty of fun signs to look at. It had been more than a year and a half since my last road marathon, which took place March 1, 2020, only a couple weeks before everything started shutting down because of the pandemic, and I missed the amazing crowds that come out to support runners in big cities. … More The Philadelphia Marathon was a great return to big-city marathons
Disclaimer: I received three pouches of Ultima Replenisher stickpacks and a glass water bottle to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find, and write race reviews! Coconut Piña Colada, Appletini and Peach Bellini all sound like delicious summer drinks, … More Say “Aloha” to Ultima Replenisher’s Mocktini Variety Pack
I chose 10 miles for my run distance for the National Day of Awareness MMIW Virtual Run because Native women in some areas face murder rates of more than 10 times the national average. … More I ran for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women on every street in Vienna, Md.
Disclaimer: I received two Ready.Set.MOVE. boxes to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review, find and write race reviews! Are you the kind of runner who loves testing out different kinds of gear? The Ready.Set.MOVE. box offers a good mix of different types of running fuel … More Product Review: Try new running gear and fuel with the Ready.Set.MOVE. subscription box
When was the last time you heard a news story about an indigenous woman going missing or being murdered? Support MMIW USA during the National Day of Awareness MMIW Virtual Run. … More I’m running to honor Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women. Join me for this virtual event.
I didn’t have any races during March, but I used the month as an opportunity to get faster and run in some different locations. I ran 90 miles. It’s always nice to hit 100 miles in a month, but I haven’t done that yet in 2021. I was happy with 90. I also happened to … More Getting faster and moving every day during March
It’s always so much fun to meet fellow BibRave Pros in person, but that hasn’t been possible for more than a year because of the pandemic. However, we were able to connect virtually last weekend, March 26-28, for the BibRave Proud Virtual Summit, and it was a blast! Leading up to the summit, I received … More BibRave Proud Summit offered a weekend of orange connections and fun