Linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets, as an excuse for my rambling… This week, I: -only managed to read one book, Paula Poundstone’s The Totally Unscientific Study of the Search for Human Happinness. An interesting read, just wasn’t what I expected. But I liked it. -survived the first week of my… Continue reading week in review: progress
The joint workout did not happen yesterday, so I hit the gym by myself for the Week 1, Day 2 of the 10k training plan. Yes, I did keep walking a few extra seconds so the calories-burned display would read 500. I can’t lie; being that close kicked my OCD into gear. Instead of the 4… Continue reading weekend workouts #12
I’m linking up with Meghan over at Clean Eats, Fast Feets for the link party. Happy Monday! Or, “Ugh, Monday!” Whichever. Last week I was only semi-accomplished, what with working over 40 hours at the day job (in 3 days), and getting my final project ready for my class (which ends this week). Not to… Continue reading week in review: races, rocks, and dinosaurs (oh my)!
..and I don’t mean “second breakfast.” Although I did have one of those about 10:15, after the race, in the form of a homemade breakfast burrito with some great–and spicy–salsa. Today was the Mammoth Race, the 5k the BFF and I signed up for about 3 months ago, and our first goal race for all… Continue reading playing hobbit (weekend workout #11)
I skipped working out yesterday in favor of re-organizing my kitchen (the clutter was driving me crazy). And I was exhausted from work on Friday, so I slept 10.5 hours (wow!). Today, the BFF and I planned a long run. In reality we ran for about 1 minute, then walked the rest. Sigh. However…we did… Continue reading weekend workout #10
The week before last, I hiked the Grand Canyon with my best friend. The original plan was to do the Rim to Rim hike (start on the South Rim, hike down, across, and up the North Rim). That’s not what happened. Instead, I got dehydrated pretty bad on the way down—despite drinking 80 oz. of… Continue reading things I learned hiking the Grand Canyon
In case you’re wondering where I’ve been (you know, all three of you that are reading this), I need to make a confession: I tend to over-commit myself. Basically, I need about 5 extra hours in every day to get everything done I need and/or want to do. Here’s a list of things I need… Continue reading doing too much