Tag Archives: 26.2

Milestone Pod Goals

I’m a huge believer that goals are what drive people forward, give you purpose in life and make you understand the sorrows and joys of living. Without goals, you don’t experience the drive of working toward something you want. Without … Continue reading

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So what is a marathon anyway?

Since I’ve had a mental break and signed up for a Marathon, I’ve been thinking about what that word really means. I’ve heard the word thrown around so many times by people who clearly are not talking about the 26.2 slog … Continue reading

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Don’t be a jerk while running

I came across a wonderful article the other day about being, as the author put it, a “d-bag” while running. It made me think about all the mishaps and anger I’ve had toward other runners during races that are shortly … Continue reading

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Getting back into a rhythm

It’s a new month. For me, that means getting back into a schedule for running. Sometimes life takes over and you lose control over your schedule. It happens. Over the past 2 months, that is exactly what happened to me. … Continue reading

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One Year Anniversary

It’s a little hard to believe it’s been one whole year since I decided to become a runner. Back when I went to the gym twice a week and ran intervals on the treadmill because running for a whole mile … Continue reading

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The Stages of Being a Runner

When you start running everything is great. You’re trying something you’ve never done and loving (or maybe hating) it. The leg soreness, the stretching, it all has a new feel to it. This is stage 1, where runners feel great … Continue reading

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The day I met my running hero

Everyone has one person that inspires them. They might be an actor, musician, politician or a friend. If they’re famous, they look up to that person and dream of the day when maybe they can shake their hand or get … Continue reading

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10 words of wisdom

“When you feel like giving up, remember why you held on for so long in the first place “ Often in the course of a race I will want to quit when I’m almost to the end. But it’s the … Continue reading

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I Will Wednesday – Update

Looking back at the goals I set, I’m pretty happy with the progress I’ve made. Marathon I’m going to start building mileage at the end of this month, but I’m happy that 4 miles now seems easy. It’s hard to … Continue reading

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I Will Wednesday Update

The first Wednesday of every month I’ll reflect on what I set out to do on the Wednesdays and how I’ve progressed on the journey to complete those goals. April 23:  Finish a 10K Well, I can cross this one … Continue reading

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