When I looked at my calendar Sunday morning to start planning out my next week, I was surprised to see that Mother’s Day happens to be this weekend. How did I not know it was right around the corner? Well, mom brain probably has a lot to do with it. … Read the rest
The world has completely changed in the span of three weeks. And while these changes aren’t permanent (I certainly hope), it seems like the world isn’t going to back to normal in the immediate future. It can feel silly and selfish to focus on something like running in a time where something like the coronavirus is happening. … Read the rest
Do you have a special runner in your life that deserves a thoughtful Christmas gift? Or maybe you are a runner, and you’d like to give your friends and family some pointers on what you’d like to see under the tree. … Read the rest
For the past several years, my mom and I have run the Dallas Turkey Trot Thanksgiving morning. I love running in Dallas, so it’s something I’ve looked forward to every year. We’ve already started our trip to Dallas (we break it up by stopping for a few days at my dad’s house) for Thanksgiving, and it’s got me thinking about my love/hate relationships with Turkey Trots. … Read the rest
Earlier this week, I finally registered for the BMW Dallas Marathon in December. When I decided to run this race, I was reminded of the creative ways I have found to reduce the costs of race registrations.
After a number of pre-race injuries and changed plans, I like to wait as long as possible to register for races, just in case something unplanned comes up. … Read the rest
As we are closing in on Thanksgiving, I am reminded that I have so much in my life to be grateful for. I have a good job that keeps me learning and growing, I have a kid that doesn’t usually make me want to set the house on fire, and my husband is hot as hell. … Read the rest