Last weekend, I got to see Fantastic Beasts early and what an occasion! And THIS happened! That makes me very happy! Thank you so much to everybody who’s protecting the secrets. Potterheads remain the best ❤️#FantasticBeasts https://t.co/hIKwwTerlj — J.K. Rowling (@jk_rowling) November 3, 2018 The countdown is on! In ONE week, see why fans are… Continue reading Life Peak
Well, it’s been nearly a year since I’ve written. Apparently. The thing is? I’ve had things to say. Like, it’s been a busy year. Not in the “it’s been busy” excuse style (although for SURE I could use it), but in the stuff happened sense. There was A LOT of running and training. There was… Continue reading Of Long Absences and Other Things
Even if you aren’t big into Broadway, you probably recognize that title. Perhaps you even sang it to yourself? 525,600 minutes. 525,000 moments so dear. So, how do you measure a year? For 2016, I seem to be measuring the year in race miles: 13.1. 19.3. 13.1. 19.3. Did I tell you I was doing… Continue reading How Do You Measure A Year?
It’s June. Okay, you probably already knew that, but seriously? It’s JUNE. Like, we are fast approaching being halfway through 2016 and how is that even possible? So, let’s talk about life lately – the little things that never seem to make it as a post on their own. 🙂 On Holidays On Monday, I had… Continue reading Life Lately [Holidays, Lifting, and Goals]
The post-race blues are real. You spend weeks, sometimes even months, planning, preparing, and anticipating that race weekend. Then, in an instant, it’s over. The blues creep in and you lose the motivation to do, well, anything. Maybe you’re even thinking to yourself, “but I’m not even a runner! I didn’t even run before this! This was… Continue reading Look Forward: 3 Easy Ways to Ditch the Post-Race Blues
Alternate Title: Why I Listen to Music When I Run [Work Out] With just a few days to go until Tinker Bell Half Marathon Weekend and the Pixie Dust Challenge, my brain is starting to overload. I’m excited! I’m nervous! I’m excited! I’m nervous! I’m thinking about what I need to do before and after work… Continue reading Breakthrough: What Happens When I Really Listen
When I was in middle school, my parents’ growing up friends and their kids came to visit us in Southern California from Kansas. We went out to eat at one of the best local Mexican food restaurants. As per tradition, my siblings and I begged my parents to let us order guacamole. The Kansas kids promptly asked,… Continue reading Happiness is the Perfect, Lazy Way to Saving Avocados