I'm a mom of four kids. I started to run when my youngest was 3 months old...anything to get some time to myself. Four months later I ran my first race - a half marathon. Since then I've fallen in love with running. Along the journey I've learned a lot, usually the hard way. I'm here to help you take the easier route....more
My blog is a space for me share how I am navigating my way through a doctorate program and staying sane through running, training for races, practicing yoga and healthy eating. I have a passion for of inspiring others to set goals and reach them, whether they are fitness related or not. ...more
I am a girl in my late 20's who still hasn't found a career. I also love running, and am new to ultrarunning. I just complete my first 50 mile race and it was the Best Day Ever. In my blog I write about all things running, and my newfound love for running ultra distances. I also blog about being aimless in life. While I might not know where my life is going, I do know that I love running and that might be all that matters at the moment. Check it out to hear my random/sarcastic/humorous/witty observation about life, running, and everything in between. ...more
Looking for inspiration? Follow Robin, an over-40 gal who was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes at 39, as she explores the ups and downs of running, and its effects on her health, spirit, and perspective on life. ...more
My name is Meg and I am a Running Foodie! Stick around for frequent updates about running, cooking, eating, and living in a healthy way without deprivation. I hope you will find inspiration in my journey to stay healthy, happy, and active!...more
After getting sober eight years ago, I started running. I think I wanted to lose weight. Little did I know, the runner's high is no joke. It's better than any drug or drink without all the nasty side effects. In fact, I feel better than ever.Thanks to major encouragement from my coach/husband/personal hero WD, I finally did my first 5k in 2009. This year, I've committed myself to running a few 5ks, a half-marathon, and a marathon....more
My story of learning to run in a fat body. How I went from 30 seconds to 10K. How I plan on doing it again.
Join me if you want to try running. Especially if you're morbidly obese
or obese, living with diabetes, a postpartum Mom and anyone else who is
looking for someone who learned to run from barely being able to walk.