We’re so excited to be back with you for Season 3 of the podcast! We chat about running and crewing 100-mile race and share some of our takeaways from this experience. Continue reading #32: Running (and Crewing) A 100-Mile Race
In case you missed it, I whipped out a great graphic (dutifully created in paint by a clear amateur 😂) in Saturday’s post about self-awareness. Being aware of my self-talk has absolutely changed my life, but, particularly in regard to the truths we tell ourselves, there are two podcasts that really inspired this shift. Continue reading Monday Mention: The Joyful Soul Project and The Beauty Coach Podcast
Morning, everyone! Happy Wednesday! Today, on assignment from my dietitian, I am trying to define what “healthy” means for me. How about you? Healthy living can have so many connotations, but the great thing is: you get to decide. What does healthy mean for you? Continue reading Wednesday Walk Along: What Does “Healthy” Mean to You?
Good news! I finally broke out of my latest running slump. The truth is, until recently, I hadn’t ran consistently in at least 6 months, and— running, oh how I’ve missed you. Nonetheless, I regularly face roadblocks and ponder how clearly running relates to life. Continue reading On Self-Compassion: 3 Strategies Runners Use That Will Help You Show Up with More Confidence
One of my favorite podcasts about guilt-free lifestyle change is the Cut the Fat Podcast with Ray Hinish and Blythe Wagner. Today, I want to introduce one episode in particular that completely changed the way I think about weight loss— Episode 97: The 10 Commandments of Permanent Fat Loss— along with the “commandment” that most stood out to me.
I took the above picture during the 2014 Speedgoat 50K in Salt Lake City, Utah (my husband ran the race, although I love to tag along with my camera). Seeing it again reminds me of the old adage, the best view comes after the hardest climb.