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Why I Passed on a BQ 2019 Shot and Am Focusing on 2020

I’ve put my goal of qualifying for the Boston Marathon out to the world many times. When I first shared this, it was January 2015 and I was 25 lb heavier. My half marathon PR was around 2:19 which is about a 10:40 mile pace. Going from a half marathon pace of 10:40 to a…… Continue reading Why I Passed on a BQ 2019 Shot and Am Focusing on 2020

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A Glimpse into My Struggle with Binge Eating Disorder

A few weeks ago I opened up about my long-time battle with Binge Eating Disorder. I figured I’d talk a bit more about it now that it’s National Eating Disorders Awareness week. This post is just a very small glimpse into what I’ve dealt with while struggling with BED. It would be a novel if…… Continue reading A Glimpse into My Struggle with Binge Eating Disorder

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January Training Update!

It’s been a full month of marathon training (and life!). I knew it’d be super busy with teaching, grad school, wedding planning, training, etc, but even more was thrown onto my plate (and Kyle’s!) and we both agreed the other night that it was just a crazy month. The Positives The first chunk of marathon…… Continue reading January Training Update!

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Looking Back on 2017, and Ahead to 2018

New year, same me. Except faster and stronger 😉 I’ve written down some running goals for 2018 which I’m excited to share. But first, 2017. The main running goal I had for 2017 was to qualify for Boston 2018. Well, that didn’t happen. But I got a hell of a lot closer! 17 minutes closer…… Continue reading Looking Back on 2017, and Ahead to 2018

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Post-Marathon Blues?

Today marks one month from the Baystate Marathon, and I’m feeling good. I feel recovered both mentally and physically. And even though it has been a month, when I do think about Baystate, I get that “runner’s high” feeling. It was such a fun race, and setting a PR really pumped me up for spring…… Continue reading Post-Marathon Blues?