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Week 1 of marathon full marathon training, sorta…

This weekly wrap up will be quick, because my hubby just got home from training THREE hours earlier than normal.  #winning Last week, I managed to work out 5/7 days.  I ran 3 days, did 2 cardio workouts, and 2 strength training workouts.  Today… Continue Reading “Week 1 of marathon full marathon training, sorta…”

Sunday Supper recipe

It’s gotten too cold outside for me to run the last couple days, so I decided to warm up with some cooking! Especially after having to shovel snow when it’s a real feel of 5 degrees outside.  Yup.  FIVE. I will say, though, that… Continue Reading “Sunday Supper recipe”

Weekend Wrap up/Marathon training week 9 complete!

My weekend was all over the place in regards to emotional highs, lows, and everything in between.  Although I’ll keep the reasoning behind my roller coaster a bit vague, I will say I have learned from the events and feel better for it.  It’s all… Continue Reading “Weekend Wrap up/Marathon training week 9 complete!”

Weekend wrap up

I’ll start this post with the fact that I was supposed to be on weekend duty at the hospital.  Once every 5 weeks I am deemed in charge of the entire laboratory and it’s mind blowing and scary all at one time.  BUT..my amazing… Continue Reading “Weekend wrap up”

Springing forward-Weekend wrap up

As most of you know, my mantra is ‘keep movin’ forward.’  I may not always succeed in this mantra, but I start each day anew with the same goal.  To live each day to the fullest, and to live each day with positive energy.… Continue Reading “Springing forward-Weekend wrap up”

Weekend Wrap up-Marathon training week 2 complete!

First off, I finished my second week of marathon training strong!  My first 20 miler week is complete and I am quite pleased.  A couple of the miles were walked, but the majority were spent running and I even finished my first double digit… Continue Reading “Weekend Wrap up-Marathon training week 2 complete!”

Shoes and Sunday Supper

Sundays are always usually a good day in my household when I am not scheduled to work.  I think because of a few reasons.  Some of which being, I normally do most of my laundry Friday night, and spend the majority of Saturday trying… Continue Reading “Shoes and Sunday Supper”

Weekend wrap up

I don’t have a lot to report this weekend. I worked both Saturday and Sunday, and despite 95% of my weekend being pretty darn good, the nurse that chewed my butt for THEIR lack of planning sorta sunk in, and hit me hard as… Continue Reading “Weekend wrap up”

Post injury blues

Today as I laid on the couch watching football, and soaking my thumb in warm water to get the blood clotting bandage to dissolve, I found myself feeling…sad. It’s Sunday…as most of you know, we have a Sunday supper tradition we started earlier in… Continue Reading “Post injury blues”

Weekend wrap up

Gosh, where do I start.  Some weekends can be just plain crappy (insert working the entire weekend last weekend here), and some weekends can be amazing filled with friends, family, food, and fitness! The later was my weekend, THIS weekend. We started out the… Continue Reading “Weekend wrap up”

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