Tag Archives: running blog

5 ways to know it’s time to retire your fitness gear

It can be tough to figure out when to retire your fitness gear, simply because we get so attached to our things, and also, active wear gets EXPENSIVE! But these things don’t last forever, and sometimes, we have to say … Continue reading

|week 3| miles + manatees

Happy Sunday! It’s another cold and bright day here in Florida, and I think we will be enjoying another week of tights, gloves, and sweatshirts. It’s a little bit of a nice break, if we are being honest. Sunday – … Continue reading

5 races to run in 2021

I think everyone is ready for some in-person races to run in 2021 (where safe), and I’ve felt comfortable compiling the start of a calendar again. In the past, my goal was an average of one race per month, and … Continue reading

reclaim: my word of the year

Happy New Year! It’s that special time to turn a new page and pick a word of the year. A word that will define our choices, actions, and goals for the next 365 days. I am not usually one to … Continue reading

stay on track through the end of the year

The end of the year is upon us (can I get an “amen”?), and the question is, how do we navigate fitness through these last days and finish 2020 strong? Plan your workouts accordingly Let’s face it. Many of us … Continue reading

2020: a year in running

Friends. We have finally reached the end of 2020. For better or worse. I know, for the most part, this wasn’t our year. For me, it literally started on the couch, unable to walk without assistance after breaking two bones … Continue reading

how runners can spread joy

Joy. It’s such a small thing, but it can brighten so many days. In my life, I always hope to bring joy to others. As a runner, can I do the same? I say “absolutely”! Say “Hello!” I mean, saying … Continue reading

the cupcake run goes virtual!

*This is a sponsored post. I have partnered with Girls on the Run of Northeast Florida to promote the Sweet By Holly Cupcake Run 5K and 1 Mile Cake Walk. I have received compensation in the form of race registration … Continue reading

coping with the longterm effects of injury

Eight months ago, my life changed when I fell on my stairs and broke two bones in my leg. I had a lengthy convalescence period, along with surgery and regular physical therapy, but the longterm effects of injury remain present. … Continue reading

how runners can conquer humidity

Summer can be a glorious time, but as runners, it also means we need to plan to conquer humidity. In the south, especially, we deal with brutal heat and soupy humid conditions, so I feel more than qualified sharing my … Continue reading

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