In a past life, I worked behind the scenes in some pretty big arts organizations. While I had work to do year round, and a small crew made the big decisions, those organizations couldn’t execute their events and shows without major support from volunteers. Running and Triathlon Races of any distance need volunteers, and lots…Read More
I used to hate running. Like nothing could get me to go for a run. Ever. We’d have to run for tennis camp, and I wanted to die. No one ever really explained why we had to run…that it was good for conditioning and endurance…not that it would have mattered, though. I still would have…Read More
Now that I have a couple of RunDisney events under my bib belt, and I’ve made a lot of friends through RunDisney, I’m starting to feel a bit like an oddball. Many runners use RunDisney events as their first races — whether it’s a 5k or a full marathon, many first-timers make up these events.…Read More
When I signed up for my first Marathon, I needed a training plan. I used the “Finish It” Plan designed by Coach Christine Hinton from the book (Affiliate Link), Train Like a Mother: How to Get Across Any Finish Line — and not lose your family, job, or sanity by Sarah Bowen Shea and Dimity McDowell…Read More
If you can’t be at the race you love, honey, Love the Run You’re With! In the Dumpster Fire that is 2020 (there is no other NICE way to describe this year), so many runners were left all trained up with no race to run. Events fell to cancelations, postponements, or converted to virtual races…Read More
About My Journey
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.” -- Lao Tzu
Every medal tells a story. Every mile, a lesson learned. My Running Journey has taken me through the ups and downs, ins and outs of life since 2004. Sharing my lessons learned with strangers from the internet helped not just me, but many others realize that perfection in running isn’t possible, and that when we accept that, we unlock our potential to become Runners Without Limits.