What Kind of Runner are You?

No, I’m not about to present you with a some kind of personality quiz. (If you answered mostly A’s you’re totally a distance diva!)

But, what I am about to present you with is an exciting new specialty running brand that I’m so excited to be partnering with.

It’s called Kind Runner. The site’s official launch date is June 1st, and when it opens it will be the first and only place on the web where runners can trade in their old sneakers for new ones.

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I Survived A Week Without Oatmeal


Surprisingly, this week went by fast. And despite keeping my favorite breakfast food at bay, I wasn’t at all miserable. I really thought I was going to go through withdrawal.

After I posted my vow not to eat oats (and a mostly grain free diet) for a whole week, so many of you wrote to me and raved about how great you felt after giving up grains. And even after my first day without them for breakfast, I noticed a difference in my mood and energy levels. So I was super excited to see what the whole week would bring.

Giving up my beloved oatmeal for a whole week was hard. But I did it. Go me!!

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Finding Flexibility: Why We All Need Yoga


This post is part of the four-part series “Finding the Fun in Fitness with Reebok.”

I don’t remember the first time I tried yoga, but I do remember having some preconceived notions about it. I used to think it was some kind of exercise that only vegans and hippies participated in. I didn’t understand that what it really is, is a powerful form of exercise that holds an enormous ability to transform the body and mind.

Unfortunately, a lot of people still hold the same preconceived biases that I used to have, and therefore think that yoga is not for them. But they’re wrong, because yoga is for everyone. Anyone can do it, and anyone who does will learn how effective and powerful it can be, even after just one session.

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Eating Healthy On-the-Go: How to Make Meals for the Week in Under An Hour

If the thought of sitting down to write out complicated meals that require following intricate recipes and spending hours at a time in the kitchen, all to “prep” your meals for the week makes you want to strangle a head of broccoli, then you’ve come to the right place. Because that is not what this post is about.

This post is about spending just one hour or less of your free time in the kitchen, prepping a few healthy meals for the week ahead. Of course, cutting down on time means cooking in bulk and therefore eating some of the same meals twice in one week, something I’m totally OK with. So if  you’re ok with that too, then awesome! Let me teach you my ways.

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