High Five Friday: Maine

High Five Friday Maine

Balancing life, family and fitness – easy right? Now always! Get stories that inspire you to breathe deeply and make mindful choices by subscribing to my blog by email.  We’re not in New York City anymore kids… Nope. We’ve fled the city to breath in some fresh air, play by the ocean and enjoy the […]

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PR = Personal Record

SF 1st Half Marathon finisher medal

I crossed the finish line and smiled. My fingers fumbled to press stop on my watch and looked at the numbers again. A running PR. A personal record. But just as soon as the smile reached my cheeks, the corners of my mouth started to fall. A PR, but not a fast PR. When I ran […]

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Old School Blogging: Summertime

Nosara sunset

It’s crazy to me that kids are already heading back to school. My kids don’t head back until after Labor Day. How can summer be over? I mean, we haven’t even taken our family vacation yet! I’m not quite ready to give up summer just yet. But, I’m excited to live with those summer moments […]

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Stuck

Dancers pose

  Stuck. That’s generally how I feel lately. You know the feeling… When you sit and stare at a blank screen, hoping that words will magically start filling the page? When you start wandering around the house and open the refrigerator door and just stare because the answer surely has to be inside of the fridge, […]

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High Five Friday

High Five Friday

  Happy Friday friends! I don’t know about you but it’s been one of those weeks for me. Slightly overwhelmed and feeling burnt out from work. Unexpected I-NEED-THIS-NOW projects don’t really help with that. Itching for a real vacation. On the flip side, I taught a bunch of yoga classes this week which were all […]

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Post-Race Thoughts

Half Marathon Playlist

  I made a deal with myself before the SF 1st Half Marathon – I would run and finish the race and I would enjoy it along the way. Afterwards, I wasn’t going to train and run another race. At least not for a long time. I would take time off from running to leg my […]

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