Cookies In a Jar: DIY Ball Jar Cookie Recipes

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At this point, I’m guessing that a lot of you are probably sick of hearing about the holidays. For crying out loud, it’s 2015 already, right?

Christmas is long gone, we stayed up past our bedtimes to watch the ball drop in times square, and New Year’s resolutions have been declared. So, why on earth am I now blogging about cookies for Santa?

Well, it’s because I had so much fun with this foodie craft project that I can’t possibly continue my New Year without first sharing it with you all.

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2014: A Year of Running (and lots of other things) In Review

Ahhh guys! I’ve been feeling really guilty about the fact that I haven’t updated since before Thanksgiving.

It’s not you, it’s me.

I’ve been stuck in this annoying all or nothing mindset; it’s like, since I’m working full time, commuting nearly 4 hours every day and constantly traveling back and forth between two cities, I don’t have as much time to blog as I used to, so I feel like I can’t blog at all. It’s almost like that famous Ron Swanson quote…

I don’t want to half ass Hungry Runner. So instead of trying to work on some new posts in my free time, I’ve been avoiding it completely, which is a silly thing to do because I’m still incredibly passionate about this site and about running and fitness and food and writing.

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Celebrate and Eat: The Hungry Runner’s Guide to Thanksgiving and the Holiday Season

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Let’s talk about Thanksgiving. It’s my all-time favorite holiday, and yes, it’s because I absolutely love food.

But what I love even more than food itself is the experience of enjoying and sharing a meal with loved ones.

Sure, I talk about food as fuel for fitness and sustenance for a healthy body all of the time. But sometimes it’s more than that. Sometimes, like on special occasions like Thanksgiving, it’s a means of bringing people together. It provides family and friends with the opportunity to sit down at a table together, converse and just enjoy each other’s company.

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What to Wear for a Marathon + a Skirts Sports Giveaway

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Me in my Skirt Sports Jette Skirt during the 2014 NYC Marathon.

No matter what the weather forecast or what time of year, trying to figure out what to wear for a marathon can be a huge source of stress. Not only do you have to spend 16 weeks training to run a 26.2-mile race, but you have to decide what to wear on race day, too? That’s just bonkers! No one needs that much stress in their lives.

But if you sign up to run a marathon, you will eventually have to deal with choosing what to wear on race day, so let’s talk some general tips. (Oh and don’t worry, all of the stress is totally worth it in the end.)

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