Bumbleride Stroller

Training Tips
In the spirit of being transparent, I want to begin by sharing that I was provided the Bumbleride IRONMAN Stroller and paid for this. BUT I only represent brands I believe in, and have turned down many many other brands in the past, even when they have offered payment because I do not feel good…
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The Heart of a Brand: Tracksmith

Training Tips
A few weeks ago, I was interviewed by a website which publishes stories about podcasters. Timber Media mostly focuses on how popular podcasts grew their audiences, and it got me thinking about the early days of Running For Real, and beyond that, my days at RunnersConnect. As much as I would love to say to…
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Finding Balance Within Your Nutrition

Let me start with something in your face. You probably won’t like this, but unfortunately, this is the truth: There is no quick fix. There is no way to cheat the system (at least not long term), and the word balance, is just setting us up for all kinds of failures. So why would I…
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How To Learn To Love Your Body

Learn to love your body. Sounds so simple, but we all know, it’s not. It should be something we do automatically. Deep down we know how much our body does for us. We know it helps us to breathe and stay alive, carry children in our arms, give and receive hugs that can mean the…
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Be Confident For Your Next Race

Training Tips
When you are coming out of the deep heavy training, race day is just a few weeks away, you NEED your mind to help you, to tell you it IS possible and you CAN do this mammoth task ahead. Instead, this is a time when our heads can mess with us. Doubt, fear, and paranoia…
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AfterShokz Review and Thoughts

Boston Marathon is less than a month away and it is funny to think about training for a marathon in this different place that I am in. Marathons used to be these GRAND events, that I would tailor my life around for months prior. I would place immense pressure on the workout days, feeling that…
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Let’s Celebrate The Women Who Inspire

International Women’s Day. A day that celebrates women making changes and bringing our rights closer to where they should be. For me, International Women’s Day is a day to think about those women who have inspired me. Of course, I know there are many, many women who have sacrificed, fought, relentlessly pursued fair treatment for…
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Baby Led Weaning (Baby Led Feeding)

Beyond Running
Quite a few people have asked me lately about the way we started Bailey on solid foods, as knowing when you can start giving your baby solid food (and what that even means), along with which baby foods to start with can be really confusing. I wanted to create this baby solid food guide to…
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The Magic of Being Out in Nature as a Parent

Training Tips
This post was sponsored by adidas, all thoughts and opinions are my own. I never used to be able to understand why people would blame kids for their inability to exercise. I have always (harshly) been of the mindset, “if there is a will, there is a way”, and I do still believe if something…
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