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Boston Marathon Training Update 2017 #4

First 20 Miler DONE! Boston Marathon Training is well underway! Hello friends! How is your training going? Despite my daughter still trying to get healthy after a bout of pneumonia (we are now going into week 4 of illness) I have been working hard to stay on track with my Boston Marathon training. I  have … Read More »

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5 Positive Mantras to Motivate you!

It’s time to get motivated! As I was running on my treadmill tonight (only a few miles as I am tapering for the Half Ironman), I was thinking a lot about motivation and positivity. The attitude that you have about what you are doing in your own life is what will have the most powerful … Read More »

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How can I be successful as a perfectionist?

A recovering perfectionist sharing tips for achieving goals. Boost self-confidence! I am a born perfectionist. I strive to get everything “right” on the first try. Success is all about how you view it. I struggled with this from the time that I was a small child and still battle with perfectionism as an adult. It … Read More »

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So I ran a little faster . . . Yasso 800’s.

Yasso 800’s.  Yasso 800’s. This is the workout that can help you to gauge your possible marathon time. This is the workout that my coach (The Sustainable Athlete) Denise had on the schedule for me today. I needed a track (or as an alternative a flat half mile stretch). What are Yasso 800’s? From McMillan Running: … Read More »

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Finding Positivity in Every Day. Friday Five.

Finding positivity Why can finding positivity be so difficult at times. Why is it so easy for others words to crumble our sense of self-worth or to rob us of our feelings of success? Negative words from otghers can bring about great feelings of self-doubt and negativity. Finding inner strength is one of the greatest … Read More »

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Top 5 Marathon Fears.

The Marathon Training for and racing a marathon a crazy adventure for sure. The training itself comes with many highs and lows and is a major time and energy commitment. It is a juggling act with life’s daily responsibilities while still trying to stay on track with a training schedule, keeping adequately nourished, rested and … Read More »

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