Life in the fast lane.

I don't race you. I race me. Oh, wait. Let's be honest. If you come up out of nowhere and try to pass me at the finish line - the race is on.

Prior proper planning provides pixie dusted performance

I love running. It keeps me sane and provides all sorts of benefits, but it is the first thing to go when I have to take something off my list in order to get life done. Unless I have a plan.

Turning up the heat ~ tips from Jeff Galloway

I'll admit it, even though I'm running the Dumbo Double Dare  as part of Team TSA (to raise funds and awareness for the Tourette Association to find a cure for Tourette's Syndrome - check it out!) in just over a month - I have avoided running this summer because I live in Atlanta and it is... Continue Reading →

Yes I did, with 23 seconds to spare.

So this is how crazy ideas get started. Back in January I ran a 10k that was hard. For real. Seriously y'all, it was uphill and uphill some more. I didn't plan to run it at any fast clip, I was just out to have a good time, oh and not keel over. Less than... Continue Reading →

Why I Keep Running – the charge with Sarge & Jeff Galloway

So there are lots of reasons why I run and maybe you run for these reasons, too. I like to eat what I want. I like for my clothes to fit. I like a challenge. It let me spend time with my family and friends. It lets me go to Walt Disney World and Disneyland.... Continue Reading →

Today *IS* That Day ~ Running with the mind of Jeff Galloway

Ironically, at a marathon expo I saw a shirt that says, "Someday I'll run a marathon. Today is not that day." I had always thought of "Today is not that day" in basically the opposite way: "Someday I won't be able to run. Today is not that day." Or something similar.  And yesterday, that mantra kept... Continue Reading →

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