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I have become decidedly anti-NYresolutions. They’re all about our own strength of will, our power to change. Really, our desire to RESOLVE to do things differently this year, to be better, points to our need for Christ. We all want change, improvement, redemption.. the reason most NY resolutions don’t last past the first week of January […]
September 1st marked the beginning of my monthly membership at Gold’s at the new location I now live closest to. I kicked off the joyous occasion with a BodyPump class at 9:15 and LOVED being back in action. Last year I did BodyPump twice a week pretty regularly, and loved how strong and powerful I […]
Drinking lots of water, check. Although I’m also drinking wayy more coffee than I ever have before. Bought a bag of Starbucks decaf Verona and had 6 cups last night between 11pm and 1am just to finish a case. Memorizing two Bible verses a week, not-check. 🙁 But this is why it’s good to do […]
Today I learned to never, ever attempt a 4-mile run after eating a whole tray of blue crab sushi from Russell House. Ever. The events of this afternoon will disturb me for a long time.
If you read my “resolutions” post, you know that I’m a big fan of Group Exercise classes and hope to attend at least two a week. This week I didn’t get around to 2 and hopefully our 2 1/2 snow day cancellations are a legit excuse- I hope to live up to it next week. […]
alternately titled How to Survive a 3.8 mile run through Buenos Aires 3.8 miles is now the longest distance I’ve run, and it feels pretty good. I need to switch up my routes practically every run now so I don’t get bored, and while running through the park around the Lagos de Palermo is no […]
Sunday I ran my first race, the Maraton del Agua, known in other parts of the world as the 6k Run for Water. It’s happening in NY, DC, Houston, Atlanta, LA, over 190 cities worldwide. I was a little worried that the 6k was going to be hard and I’d take a really long time, […]