I am constantly amazed by the world around me.  I have always been a curious and inquisitive person, but I don’t think my eyes began to truly seek out beauty in the everyday until I started to run. I have found that running the same trails a few days a week, 52 weeks in a year, … Continue reading PR

10k Pace

I started running in 2011, but I fell off the wagon a few times. (I fell of the wagon a lot. I sort of just held onto the wagon with one hand and let my rollerskates pull me along for a while there…unable to decide if I really wanted to take this ride.) This month … Continue reading 10k Pace

the “DOMS” of the heart

Delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS), also called muscle fever, is the pain and stiffness felt in muscles several hours to days after unaccustomed or strenuous exercise. The soreness is felt most strongly 24 to 72 hours after the exercise. Every athlete who has pushed themselves beyond their normal speed, or distance, or whatnot has felt … Continue reading the “DOMS” of the heart

The Uphill Climb

Running analogies. They obviously are great parallels for the road of life. (Pun intended) There are entire rows of shelves in bookstores dedicated to advice for life via running. You’ve heard them I’m sure…”just keep putting one foot in front of the other” and so on…. My personal favorite is “Its all downhill from here.” … Continue reading The Uphill Climb

Running on!!

I recently ditched a job that had been weighing me down for the past couple of years, took a part time fun job to keep (most of) the bills paid, and have begun devoting myself to an inner journey of discovery. Who am I? What do I really want out of life? I run things. Companies, … Continue reading Running on!!