DC Weekend Recap + Food

Last weekend Rob and I took a trip to DC to celebrate our 3 year wedding anniversary a few weeks early. You would think that by living in Baltimore it would be pretty simple to get to DC which is only like 50 miles away or something, but the two cities’ ridiculous amounts of traffic […]

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Route 66 Marathon Training Week 12

Another week is complete, which means there is only one big week left until the taper! This was a 50 mile week, ending with a 20 mile run that included 10 miles at marathon goal pace. Rob and I went to DC for the weekend, so we did this run on a trail. It was […]

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All Over The Place Life Updates

I had every intention of having my Baltimore Half recap up yesterday, but never got around to writing it. And then when I finally sat down to blog I realized I had a million other things on my mind and it would be too hard to think back on the race. And what better way […]

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Route 66 Marathon Training Week 11

Well hello there! It feels like it’s been awhile. As usual I’m here to share my training from last week. 11 weeks down and 5 to go…slowly but surely getting there! Monday: 7.25 miles easy, hip and core exercises Tuesday: 9 miles with 7 at MGP Wednesday: Strength training, core and hip exercises Thursday: 7 miles easy Friday: 7 miles […]

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Fall Running Tips + Milestone Pod Giveaway

Most of us are already in the process of making the transition into fall running, and the temperatures will only continue to get cooler! As we all prepare for running in colder weather, it’s important to prepare for the changes in temperature. Local running expert Jason Kaplan, CEO of Milestone Sports was willing to share some tips for […]

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Route 66 Marathon Training Week 10

Another week is complete, and my legs are well aware that we are in the peak weeks of training. This week was all about running on tired legs. By the time Saturday’s 20 miler came around I was feeling the effects of the other workouts of the week. I drove down to the city for […]

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Turning 32 and Adult Drinking Habits (TOL)

I always get excited when I start my Thinking Out Loud posts because it means the weekend is in sight! -It reminds me of college when I used to go out on Thursday nights and convinced myself that it was the start of the weekend. It always made for a struggle on Friday but it […]

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Monday’s Meals and New Recipes

Over the weekend I tried out a few new recipes. Ok, so it was only two (and both were from Michele) but I also made an older recipe for the first time in a while. Other than that my food on Monday wasn’t anything too exciting. As usual I ate about 3 breakfasts and 4 snacks:) Pre-run […]

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Tips for Time Management During the Peak Weeks

Marathon training can be time consuming in general, but the peak weeks can feel overwhelming as our mileage reaches a point that pushes most of us close to our limits. Besides the running alone we may also struggle to find the time to fit in our strength training/core work, foam rolling and other recovery activities, […]

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Route 66 Marathon Training Week 9

This past week was a cut-back week, and I was happy about that for a few different reasons! First off, it was nice to have a break from building up my long runs. I had also been building up my easy weekday runs since early August, and those were cut from 6 to 4 this […]

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