Well, I did it. I survived week 1 of Hanson. Even though I have the Blue Ridge Marathon coming up in less than 2 weeks, I’ve started training for my desired time at the Philadelphia Marathon this November. Blue Ridge is a bucket list, but Philly will be to see what I’ve got. Continue reading “Hanson Marathon Plan: Week 1”
I read a lot of books. Some of them I review on here, but a lot of them I read and just move on. So going forward I want to at least touch base and give my overall opinion on those I don’t review completely. Continue reading “March Books”
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.
It’s been a while since I’ve seen a stage show. Too long, actually. So, when my mother in law asked if I wanted to see Seussical at my alma mater, I agreed, albeit hesitantly. I was not familiar with the show, I’m not crazy about Seuss, and I had tried (and failed) to listen to the soundtrack multiple times. Continue reading “Liberty University Presents: Seussical”
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!”
You may or may not know that I work in Marketing when I’m not running (yes, I have a real job and I love it. I also really love football, so the Super Bowl is one of my favorite days of the year (even if the Steelers didn’t make it this year). I get to watch a high profile game and see some of the most expensive ads of the year. Here are all my favorites from this year in no particular order: Continue reading “My Favorite 2017 Super Bowl Commercials”
One of my goals for 2017 is to watch one documentary a month. The main purpose here is to put my lazy long run days to good use. This month, I chose to watch “Fittest on Earth” at the recommendation of a friend. Continue reading “Fittest on Earth”
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?”
A new year, a new chance to set goals. Normally I don’t jump on the resolution train, but this year the start of the year lines up with some training and life goals that make starting in January perfect. Here’s what I hope to accomplish this year. Continue reading “2017 Goals”
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”