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Four Personality Traits of Those Who Dazzle the World With Their Actions

This Month’s Wednesday Word Is Dazzle Welcome to Wednesday Word, a monthly linkup for everyone, not just health and fitness bloggers. On the first Wednesday of every month you will have a single word prompt to write about. Let your imagination run free and share with your readers your interpretation of that word, or simply use […]

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Back On The Running Trails Just In Time For The Heat

There’s really not a lot to catch up from this past week. I had a few clients on vacation which meant a lighter work week, and I spent my extra time doing some much needed gardening and working on some future blog posts. Backing up to Sunday, we arrived home from visiting my mom for […]

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Jackson Hole Hideout:  The Perfect Place To Stay For The Grand Teton Half Marathon

Nestled in the woods on Heck of a Hill Road in Wilson, Wyoming, the Jackson Hole Hideout was the perfect location to stay for our race getaway. Innkeepers Greg and Beth made us feel right at home and provided a wealth of knowledge about local dining, hiking, and areas of interest. The Grand Teton Half […]

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Race Linkup:  June 2018 Edition

Welcome to Race Linkup, a monthly linkup opening on the last Monday of every month and staying open for four weeks. Link your race schedule so everyone can see who else will be at the next race and we can arrange meet-ups with other bloggers and our readers. You can link up your race schedule every month or only when you register for […]

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Clear Skies And A Runner Girl Decal

Last week I shared a picture of my runner girl decal (affiliate link) Bill had gotten me and several people asked where he’d found it. Bill ordered it from Amazon and it’s only $2.98 with free shipping (marked down from last week’s price of $4.49)!   As I’ve recovered from my Grand Teton Half, I’ve taken a […]

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2018 Grand Teton Half Marathon Race Recap

  Sometime last summer the Grand Teton Half Marathon popped on my radar and it didn’t take very much arm twisting to get my husband on board with a trip back to where we’d honeymooned many years earlier. As part of the National Park Half Marathon Series put on by Vacation Races, I was confident that it would […]

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Getting Back Into Running After Vacation And A Father’s Day Shout-out

Last week I talked about coming home from vacation to rest, but even so, this was a very busy week. Yes, I had some down time on Wednesday and Thursday afternoons without clients, but every time I sat down to work on my laptop, I started nodding off. I have got to get a better […]

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Just A Little Teaser About A Vacation Filled With Hiking, Biking, And Photography

I don’t think the saying, I need to go back to work to rest after my vacation, has ever applied to me more than after the ten days Bill and I just spent in Wyoming, Idaho, and Utah. To say we were active would be an understatement, even though we spent a lot of time […]

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Six Habits Of  People Who Are Dedicated To Living A Healthy Lifestyle

Welcome to Wednesday Word, a monthly linkup for everyone, not just health and fitness bloggers. On the first Wednesday of every month you will have a single word prompt to write about. Let your imagination run free and share with your readers your interpretation of that word, or simply use it as inspiration for your post. […]

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The Training Cycle That Ended With A Magnificent View

This week marked the final week of my training cycle leading up to the Grand Tetons Half. I mixed things up a bit and moved my hill repeats to Sunday, went on an easy run on Tuesday morning, and with that, my final run prior to the race was behind me. I lifted on Monday […]

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1989 Herndon Festival 10K Race Recap

Three weeks after running the Nike Women’s 8K on Mother’s Day, I ran the Herndon Festival 10K on June 4th. The race wove it’s way through historic downtown Herndon, VA, a quaint little town not too far from the health club where I worked. 1989 marked the 9th year of the Herndon Festival which is still going […]

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Race Linkup: May 2018 Edition

Welcome to Race Linkup, a monthly linkup opening on the last Monday of every month and staying open for four weeks. Link your race schedule so everyone can see who else will be at the next race and we can arrange meet-ups with other bloggers and our readers. You can link up your race schedule every month or only when you register for […]

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Saying Farewell To A Cruiser Friend, And The Final Countdown

This past week marked the next to last week in my training cycle for the Grand Tetons Half which is just six short days away! Last week’s weekday runs were pretty much the same as all the other weeks in the training cycle; however, I have been cutting the miles back on my Saturday long […]

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Remembering Why We Celebrate Memorial Day

Excerpts from today’s post are from two years ago on Memorial Day weekend… On this Memorial Day weekend, let us not forget those who fought and paid the ultimate sacrifice so that we might live freely in this beautiful country. May God bless our nation’s heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery. My friend Jim recently posted […]

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Seven Sun-Safe Habits Every Runner Should Practice

Every May, I remind my family and friends of the dangers of too much sun exposure. Please learn from my mistakes and don’t be stupid like I was in my younger years… May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month May is Skin Cancer Awareness Month, a month dedicated to increasing public awareness of the importance of […]

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Mother Nature Is Not Going To Keep These Girls From Running

Mother Nature may have had other ideas, but my friend Tracy and I didn’t let her interfere with our running plans! Monday was such a gorgeous day until the late afternoon storms hit… My last client and I were scheduled to meet at 6:15 PM but we canceled our appointment because we were under tornado […]

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2009 Girls On The Run 5K Race Recap

Back in 2009, my good friend Craig approached me to see if I’d be interested in being a buddy runner for his eleven-year-old daughter Marina in her Girls On The Run 5K while he ran with his eight-year-old daughter Katrina. Not only did he offer to pay my registration fee, but he also offered to […]

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Training Hard And A Surprise Mother’s Day Visit

It’s hard to believe that my Grand Tetons Half is less than three weeks away, but this spring has sneaked up on me, mostly while complaining about not being able to enjoy spring-like weather… Fortunately, training has been going well for a race that has a major factor that is out of control for this […]

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Those Were The Days Wearing a tucked-in cotton shirt, florescent yellow shorts hiked up to my belly button, and cotton crew socks under my Nike Air Pegasus, I lined up with women, from elites to casual runners, to run the Nike Women’s 8K in DC way back on Mother’s Day, May 14, 1989. It had […]

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2018 Fiesta 5K Race Recap

On Saturday morning, my friends and I lined up with about three hundred other runners for the Fiesta 5K and 10K which just happened to land right on Cinco de Mayo. The race was put on by Ashburn Village and benefited Smashing Walnuts, an organization dedicated to finding a cure for childhood brain cancer. Packet pickup […]

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