It’s that time of the month…
I’d tell you that as you may know, I HATE running on the treadmill. I have successfully dragged myself out during the warmest part of the day (after work). The problem is that it has been so cold that I can’t stay out long. I am worried that this will be one of those winters. How will I ever do a run longer than 3 miles?? I do have to train for a half marathon in March!!!
Any advice on staying warm during the run?
(related to above) I’d tell you that I was traveling for work and it was impossible to run anywhere. So I did run on the hotel treadmill. HATED.EVERY.SECOND.
I can’t run fast and I can’t run long and it’s so hot. I could go on and on.
How do you ladies do it?
I’d tell you that I am trying to plan my 2018 races … at least the half marathons. I ran 6 halfs in 2017. Not sure I want to run that many this coming year but we’ll see…
I registered for the one above. I booked my flights, contacted my friends so I have places to stay and booked my hotel for the night before the race.
I have my flight booked for Oct 6 to Paris but race registration for the race below doesn’t open until Feb 14.
I’d tell you that related to the above, I can’t decide on my May half marathon. I am wavering between three:
Brooklyn Half Marathon – it’s on my bucket list, my friend Sue wants to do it but it’s on a Saturday (I work Friday), I have to work in NYC the Monday after, it’s my hubby’s B-day weekend & boating….
Steel Rail Half Marathon – it’s driveable and my current half PR but I ran it last year and would be running it alone
Jog for Jugs Half Marathon – it’s nearby and a new race but it’s on a course that I can run on for free (not too exciting).
So which one??
I’d tell you that I had worked in NYC for three weeks in a row. But since I don’t go back until February, my friends and I planned a day trip there for tomorrow.
Anyone love this show? One of my favorites ever.
I’d tell that I was excited about working in Liverpool where there would be lots of lights where I normally run.
Well, the lights don’t go on until dusk and they close the park at dusk. Yup, they wouldn’t let in to run. You had to pay $10 to drive your car through.
I thought about sneaking in (and might have if I had brought my knuckle lights.)
Would you have?
I’d tell you that I did it again. Saw a race on Facebook and on a whim, just clicked “Register.”
The deciding factor was that it only cost $30 for the half marathon. I am working on talking my BRF into doing it with me. If I DNS, it’s not a lot of money wasted.
Anyone else just register and then think?
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