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Into every life a little disappointment must fall. It's how we deal with that disappointment that makes all the difference.
The physical exertion of running can leave us too tired to pretend everything is fine — it can make us face our most raw emotions head on.
Incorporating cross-training into any running routine will make your running stronger.
Being born on July 4th, I'd never had a big birthday party. I was determined to change that with plans to run my 40th marathon on my 40th birthday.
Just because you're struggling on a run or a workout doesn't mean you're weak. It means you're pushing yourself, and that's a good thing.
Eight years ago this month I started running, and I haven't looked back. While I may be doing the same thing I was then, I'm a different girl now with different reasons to run.
Rather than listening to the same old music or, worse, the same thoughts rattling through my head run after run, podcasts are my go-to distraction to pass the miles on a long run.
I used to run to be alone to find peace amid the chaos of rearing little ones. Now I run to connect with them.
If we want our children to make certain choices, we have to be willing to make them ourselves. We set the example for others to follow.
I've struggled with self-doubt for years, and it's cost me dearly. It's time to step up to the start line and run the race I'm meant to run.