If you’ve seen some of my Instagram posts lately (which, you may have noticed have been far and few) then you know that I’ve been feeling uninspired to blog or post anything online lately.
Well, at first I wasn’t really sure. But then I went for a run with Ashley this morning and she said she had been feeling the exact same way lately.
To some the following statement might sound weird, but so far this winter I’ve already had the pleasure of being able to enjoy three or four snowy weather runs.
How can running in the snow be enjoyable, you ask? Well, it’s all about having the right gear. If you’re dressed right with the best winter running gear, running in the cold, and yes, even the snow (and even while it’s snowing) won’t feel like a drag.
Hello hungry friends and happy 2017! I hope your year is off to an excellent start and that you’ve already begun to log lots of miles (if that’s what you want to do, that is)!
My 2017 has been good so far, but I’d be lying if said getting back into an early-morning workout routine after almost 2 weeks of vacation hasn’t been a struggle. So that’s definitely something to work on!
And speaking of working on things, that leads me to the gist of today’s post.
It’s New Year’s Eve and I’m sitting in my Brooklyn apartment watching Gilmore Girls. I went for a run over the Manhattan and Brooklyn bridges with Anna this morning and besides ordering some beauty products off of Amazon earlier, that’s about the only other thing I’ve done today.
A pretty sweet end to a pretty sweet year if you ask me!
For a health and fitness blogger living in New York City, I’m a very slow adopter of new workouts, so it’s only fitting that it’s taken me this long to finally try Orangetheory Fitness: a group personal training workout class that promises to keep your body burning calories for up to 36 hours after the workout — or as they call it, “the afterburn.”