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week in review: it is what it is

Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the Week in Review. Last week, I: Worked 39 hours in 3 days at the day job. WHY can’t people just do their job, instead of blaming their inability to get things done on other people? Seriously. I got in two workouts, 20-minutes on the… Continue reading week in review: it is what it is

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wild canyon ultra race recap

I’ve been meaning to write this post for three weeks. Procrastinate much? Yes. I’ve been busy—the end of the semester + work craziness—and I’m just tired, but still. On April 21st, I did the Wild Canyon Ultra in Quitaque, Texas. It was my first ultra, and I just did the 25k. There was also a… Continue reading wild canyon ultra race recap

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week in review: wildlife + workouts

Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the Week in Review. This past week was kind of a repeat of the week before. I worked a lot: 13 hours on Monday, 3 hours on Tuesday, 14 hours on Wednesday, and 13.5 hours on Friday. I also started training someone on Wednesday. Someone… Continue reading week in review: wildlife + workouts

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week in review: all about those hills

Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the Week in Review. Last week was a teensy bit crazy. Probably a precursor of what’s in store in April. Let’s see, last week, I: -worked Monday and Friday at my clinic. -spent all day Wednesday and Thursday at a two-day mandatory overnight work conference.… Continue reading week in review: all about those hills

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week in review: 43 flights of…hills

Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the Week in Review. I tried to take it (a little bit) easy, since this week was spring break. (Cue skeptical laughter here.) The spring time change always really messes up my sleep schedule for a while, so I didn’t sleep much on Sunday night.… Continue reading week in review: 43 flights of…hills

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week in review: getting by

Linking up with Meghan at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the Week in Review. It’s been a week. On one hand, that says it all. Just a really long week. Like, I’m just tired. There’s been a lot going on. But, I: -worked around 45 hours at the day job, in 3.5 days. -escaped the… Continue reading week in review: getting by

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TOL: change is hard

Linking up with Amanda at Running with Spoons for Thinking Out Loud. It’s the first week of January, so it seems like everybody is making changes:  to their diet, their exercise routine, to their life. It’s a little overwhelming, frankly. Don’t get me wrong, I’m a huge supporter of positive change, and, as a habitual… Continue reading TOL: change is hard