Have you ever started something and just known that you would want to commit every detail of the moment to memory? The way you felt, the way the air felt, all of the sights and sounds of the moment? For me, that was the 2017 Philadelphia Marathon.
About a month ago, I saw a post by Stephanie from RaceHer Box looking for bloggers to try out a new subscription service for female runners. I jumped at the chance to be able to test out a startup subscription box! One of the reasons I don’t currently subscribe to a box is that it’s usually full of things I don’t want or use. But one tailored to women? Count me in! Continue reading “RaceHer Box Review”
I will be the first to admit that I was skeptical of the live action remake of Beauty and the Beast (BATB). While I loved the live action Cinderella, the original was much older, and a live action remake made sense to keep the copyright alive and well. BATB is only 2 years older than me, why do we need to remake it?
After seeing it last night, I have to say, I get it now.
Yesterday, it finally happened. RunDisney broke the news of the “new and improved” Disneyland Half theme. Rumors have been circulating ever since registration opened in December and runners noticed that the Dumbo Double Dare Registration was replaced with Disneyland Double Dare for 2017. Continue reading “Disneyland Half Theme Revealed!”
Fellow runners and t-shirt enthusiasts, you may be facing a problem. You may have an over abundance of t-shirts. Your husband (or wife) may complain every time you bring another one into the house. But, if you’re like me, you can’t let them go because each shirt contains precious memories you can’t part with. The good news is that I have a solution for you. Continue reading “What Do I Do With All My Race Shirts?”
As the year is coming to a close, I wanted to take the time to reflect on the things I learned this year. While 2016 has been a rough year for a lot of people, it was pretty awesome for me. We adopted a second dog, I got a new job that is perfect for me, and I traveled a lot. And since everyone loves lists, here are my top 16 things I learned this year. Continue reading “16 Things I Learned in 2016”
First off, I hate that word. “Millennial” has come to be a derogatory phrase. And that is exactly what sparked this post.
I’ve been missing in action for the last two weeks because of a little thing that kept me super busy… MY WEDDING!
On May 22, I became Mrs. Leah Jones and it was perfect! I’ll write up a full blog post later once I get my pictures back, and look out for a honeymoon recap series (we went on a Disney Cruise so there’s a ton to write about). Continue reading “I Got Married!”
Today is my 21st birthday! So in honor of this occasion, here’s a list of 21 things I’ve learned in my years on this Earth.
1.Your passions will change. In high school I was the opposite of an athlete. I was in drama and chorus and I loved them. I swore to do them my whole life. Then I went to college and things weren’t the same. Then, life presented me with a new passion. I appreciate and love my time I had with drama and chorus, but my life is in a different place now. Continue reading “21 Things I’ve Learned in 21 Years”