- To take on those hills and get that crab locket! twitter.com/DunkinBaltimor… 10 months ago
- I want to run Baltimore for the challenging course and awesome medal. @baltrunfest #TeamDunkin #Sweepstakes twitter.com/DunkinBaltimor… 10 months ago
Tag Archives: Marathon
Starting over. Back to square one. Back to the drawing board. These words can either come in as refreshing and liberating, or provoke feelings of exhaustion and defeat at their mere mention. It all comes down to your perspective, attitude, and above all, how … Continue reading
On November 12, 2011, I ran my first marathon in Richmond, Virginia. America’s Friendliest, to be exact, and believe me, the name speaks for itself, and I can confirm this: they get their name honestly. It was one of the … Continue reading
I must say I’ve been one lucky runner when it comes to avoiding injury. I haven’t had a major injury that has set me back for longer than a few weeks. Dear body, please do not interpret this as a challenge.
It has always been my personal motto that you never have to wait for a new day, let alone a new year, to make a fresh start or new beginning. Still, I have to admit, I do get excited and … Continue reading
Nearly a year ago, after completing three marathons, I needed a break from my nonstop training. I decided to run for me again: no goals, no races, just for my other countless reasons: fun, exhiliration, energy, freedom, head-clearing, therapy, etc. … Continue reading
Anyone who knows me knows I love to talk about all things running, probably more than they care to hear. Running is not all that I am, but it’s a big part of me, so I don’t apologize for rambling … Continue reading
What’s in a name? Better yet, what’s in a nickname?
When I was training for my first marathon, I completed the majority of my long runs alone. Not that I blame them, but no one really had the hours to invest in accompanying me as I tackled all those miles. … Continue reading
With each passing day that distances me from my third marathon, I realize more and more how huge those accomplishments are and am beyond proud of what I’ve done. Since I’m not currently training for any races, I’ve had a lot of … Continue reading