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Change of Season Goals

Life is what happens when you are waiting for the perfect time and opportunity to make a plan and institute it. There is no perfect time; the perfect time is now. My work schedule has changed so that I currently no longer have time during the day Monday through Friday …

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5 Mile Race Recap

Today was the 7th annual St Paddy’s 5 miler; and it was my 3rd time running this race. What traditionally is a St Patrick’s weekend race was moved to April this year due to traditionally very cold and windy weather on race day in March. Today we woke up to …

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My 2015 in Pictures

I didn’t want to let the last day of 2015 go by without one last post; and I thought it would be cool to simply post meaningful pictures from each month to capture the essence of the year as a whole. It was harder than I thought, and it took …

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What I Learned: Snowshoeing

Finally we had a beautiful, warm (30’s) sunny day yesterday! I was torn between going for  myfirst outdoor run in 3 weeks, or trying out my snowshoes for the first time. I decided to go with the snowshoeing. I am not a huge risk taker-it takes me months, sometimes, to …

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Tuesday Inspiration

I am trying to stay inspired. Since running the Galveston Half Marathon 2 1/2 weeks ago, I have run about 12 miles. Total.There is nearly 5 feet of snow outside, and the snowbanks are nearly twice as high. The temperature on Mt. Washington yesterday was the second coldest place on …

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What I’m Working On

  MAYBE I’m crazy, my husband certainly thinks I am! My next big race is the Wallis Sands Half Marathon in May. It is a local sold-out favorite along the beautiful New Hampshire coastline. I ran my first half 20 months ago and have been on a mission to improve my …

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A Warm Welcome

TO everyone who happened to find their way here. I invite you to live in the moment with me as I try to figure out where I am headed next. I cannot promise we will not get a little lost along the way, but in the end, there will always …

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