I used to be able to do week-by-week recaps for my events. Now I suppose monthly recaps will have to do! Depending on the regularity at which you talk to me, visit my blog, or how much I decide to share with you at any given time, you may know that I've been toying with … Continue reading July 2017 Training Recap: 138.8 Total Miles, Zero Outdoor Riding
Having followed Nike's Breaking2 story for awhile now, as well as Runners World editor David Willey's BQ efforts, has had me thinking about my own moonshot goals, especially since I'm not currently registered for an A-race. Dopey was my own moonshot goal for 2017, and maybe those only come around once every few years. My … Continue reading On Moonshot Goals and Training Plans
After being flogged at work and school for about six weeks straight, I was able to score a week or so off to hit up the slopes in Japan. It was my first international trip since I left LA, and my first trip to Japan, and it was awesome! The groomed beginner runs were challenging … Continue reading A Week in Niseko
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When you're off kilter, the name of the game is to build new habits. I'm currently working on a new experiment. I'm aiming for 5 days a week of exercise and 2 salads a day. So far I've been successful a little over 50% of the time -- I logged three workouts last week (3/5 … Continue reading Turning a Setback into a Comeback
Not a lot of action on the blog, mainly because there hasn't been a lot of training on my end! Turns out that the last time I went skiing, I did not sprain my ankle. No, no...there was no sprain. The leg itself was just broken. BROKEN. Uhg. First broken bone ever but at least … Continue reading This Is My Broken Leg Rant
I came across a saying the other week: "What you seek is seeking you." There was a certain peace and comfort that I found in that phrase. For as long as I remember, I've been looking and seeking for a lot: I've been looking for a life of accomplishment, things worthy of my pursuit, and … Continue reading What You Seek Is Seeking You