Hello! This article is a little fluffy but a lot of fun. I'll be doing these twice a year; once for the cooler/cold weather and once for the warmer/hot weather. And it's spring up here which means I'm running in less than I was a few weeks ago. The most, most important thing I run… Continue reading What Am I Running In?
Onto another post about vacations! If you aren't interested in vacation material you might want to check back next week. Or you could just save this post for when you take a break this summer. Anyway, I'm a runner and I'm a writer which means I'm a little neurotic and a little obsessed. Not too… Continue reading Running and Writing on Vacation
Can anyone tell that I recently had a (running related) foot injury? What gave it away? Was it last week's post and this week's post? In all seriousness, we don't pay enough attention to our feet. I have always hated socks and shoes. I was also lucky enough to engage in sports like martial arts… Continue reading Running With A Foot Injury
Oh boy! Spring is right around the corner. According to my phone, 40 degree weather is creeping in tomorrow and it looks like it's going to stick around for more than a day. Pretty exciting right? What's more exciting is that it'll be easier to run outdoors again! I'm an outdoor runner through and through… Continue reading Running In Spring
Last week I wrote about how yoga is boring but this week, we're going to look at how running is boring. Or, at least how people tend to think running is boring. News flash, I refuse to think it is. To be fair, I am not saying treadmill running is exciting. Or interesting. It feels like nothing other… Continue reading Running Is Boring
I am excited about writing this one! I love running in the snow. It's one of my most favorite things in the world. It's beautiful. It's cold. It's challenging. And it's riveting. Last week, I wrote about running in the cold. And that certainly is challenging, but it's a different beast from running in the snow and… Continue reading Snowy Weather Running Tips
And no. I do not mean forty to fifty degrees. Since I'm from Chicago, cold means below freezing. Cold means a nice, freezing wind chill. Cold means below zero. So if you're an outdoor runner like me and enjoy being outside no matter the elements, let's took a look at some tips and tricks for running in… Continue reading Cold Weather Running Tips