With a big life change that recently adjusted my schedule, I’ve had some extra time during the day. So, I’ve extended my workouts to include some walking. Continue reading Walking Around the Neighborhood in September
Check out all of the cool things I saw around town in April! Continue reading Running in April: A Photo Collection
The weather is starting to change and racing season is kicking into gear! Late winter and early spring is one of my favorite times to run races because the races line up with my training for the Cleveland Half Marathon in May. Here are some of my top races at the start of the year.
Continue reading K’s Top 5 Spring Races
I don’t know about you, but I’m really into superstitions and the occult truly fascinates me. At the same time, I try to be pretty realistic and logical and don’t believe that “luck” strongly influences things. I could go on and on about this and all of the theories out there, but this blog isn’t about ghosts and psychics and mysterious occurrences so I’ll try to get right to the point. Continue reading Luck and Running
We had another fairly warm December this year! Last year, I remember running the day after Christmas during a little rain storm and looking at Christmas lights. This year, I went on a couple of outdoor runs looking for pretty lights and didn’t really see a whole lot. That said, I did see and experience something awesome in early December. Continue reading City Sights: December
November was a good month for running – it was our first full month of our running streak and the last month of my training for the Fall Classic Half Marathon, so I was out and about quite a bit. Unfortunately, November is when we start to lose daylight for both morning and evening runs, so things get a little dangerous, but the upside is that I get a lot of opportunities to see the sun rise and set. Continue reading City Sights: November
I started training for my fall half marathon in September, which means I’ve been running more, but I feel like I’ve been running the same routes OVER AND OVER AND OVER AGAIN. I’m getting frustrated enough to hit the treadmill for some shorter runs, but that’s a whole other post. Continue reading City Sights: September