I hit a pretty awesome milestone today - 50 days of running in a row! And in these 50 days (started 11/23/14) I've ran 171 miles. That's 3.42 miles per day on average. I'm pretty sure there were only 1 or 2 days in which I only ran 1 mile (one of those being yesterday, … Continue reading 50-Day Run Streak #writeandrun31
Yeah yeah, I'm a terrible blogger, but this time I have a legitimate excuse ;) I was completely derailed with a 3-week bout of walking pneumonia AND an upper respiratory infection. I'm still not back to 100% but today was the first time I woke up almost un-congested! So of course I had to take … Continue reading 3- week unexpected hiatus, sorry!
I think I've mentioned that I'm virtually training with a friend for her first half marathon. We're doing a modified version of Hal Higdon's Intermediate plan. So far, so good! Here's how it's been going: Monday: 3-5 miles easy/recovery: Did 3.84 miles in 40:00 (treadmill) Tuesday: CT or Rest: did 40 minutes walking Level 5 … Continue reading Week 1 Half Marathon Training Recap
Today's recipe is a simple yet delicious (and mostly healthy) dessert. Also, since it only yields 10 balls, you could accidentally eat them all for about 1000 calories ;) Cocoa Nutty Dough Balls Ingredients: - 1/3c oat flour (you can grind up rolled oats) - 1/3c ground pistachios - 1/3c ground cocoa-roasted almonds - … Continue reading Cocoa Nutty Dough Balls
Today was pretty much uneventful (as usual, hehe) so I really have nothing but my little summary. I am going to post a couple recipes tomorrow, so stay tuned! Breakfast: 4 cups coffee with Cafe Mocha. Cream of Wheat Pre-workout snack: handful of Red Hot Blues (tortilla chips) Late lunch: Vegetarian refried beans with salsa, … Continue reading Week Two, Day Three
For the past 4 years I've eaten extremely healthy. I've been within 5 pounds of 116 since May 2009. Prior to that my weight was up and down, but I was pretty much "normal" sized most of my life. About 12 years ago I was in a very "difficult" relationship with an alcoholic, and I … Continue reading Week One, Day Four (and some personal history)