Happy Monday, friends! Here is my running update for week 2 of my training. Last week was a blur and feels like forever ago at this point. I'm glad I log the stuff I do in Fitbit because I just can't keep up trying to remember this stuff! Sunday--Rest. I was DEAD after that 5K … Continue reading Operation 10 Miler-Week 2.
I'm doing that accountability thing and posting my first weekly update. FYI, I'm using the Nike Run Club app. I set up the plan to train for a half marathon, since the 10 miler is not an option in there, and I figured it's better to train for something longer anyway. I'm running 3 days … Continue reading Operation 10 Miler-Week 1.
So I wrote in my last blog post about how I did the thing. I signed up for the Virginia Ten Miler. Quite a bold move for me. Especially considering my history with running and how I just started running again in May after I broke my foot in February. I have never been a … Continue reading My love/hate relationship with running.
I really need to have set times when I write on here. Because the more time that passes, the more things pile up, and the more overwhelmed I am at thinking of what I want to post. Lately, I've been filled with a lot of reflection. I feel like life is racing me by and … Continue reading Catch-up.
Well hello, readers! Happy July! Lots of stuff going on for me lately. And I can't believe the year is halfway over now. In mid June, I took the plunge and put my pointe shoes on for the first time since my injury. I could definitely tell my left leg and foot are still weaker. … Continue reading Dance update, haircut, June miles!
For the first couple months after my fracture, I couldn't even look at my pointe shoes. They stayed in my dance bag, which I wasn't even bringing to class since I was sitting and observing. I took them out and placed them in my living room. They've been staring at me for weeks. At the … Continue reading Getting there.
I forgot to mention earlier on here that I started cautiously running again the week after my dance recital last month. I definitely was feeling it everywhere since I hadn't run in 13 weeks. My legs hated me and my fracture site was irritated in the beginning. But I went 2 miles and didn't die, … Continue reading 10 Miles!