One of the funny things about health and fitness — that I think we all forget too often — is that we are not alone.
Yes, we all have different journeys and obstacles to overcome, but many times we all have similar struggles, too.
I was reminded of this a few weeks ago when I was talking to my cousin. We share similar interests — nutrition, running, wellness, etc. — and were chatting about healthy eating habits. … Read More
I’m going on a journey this month and this is an official invite asking you to come along with me.
Actually I’m not asking you, but rather challenging you, because it won’t necessarily be an easy journey, but I can assure you it will be a worthwhile one.
Perhaps you’ve gauged what this journey will entail from the title of this post? If you guessed it had something to do with eating more veggies, you guessed absolutely right. You clever fox, you. … Read More
Smoothie bowls are all the rage right now. Well, at least according to my Instagram feed.
I’m not really sure exactly when they began to become a “thing,” but I do know that they are in fact a thing that many health and wellness influencers love to share gratuitous photos of (and of course, eat). … Read More
Mark and I had a very typical runner/significant other of a runner conversation last night.
Me: Hey Babe, I’m thinking of signing up for the Philly Half Marathon with Nicole this year. Wouldn’t it be fun to do a weekend in Philly in the fall?
Mark: Babe, the Philly Marathon is at the end of November … like a few weeks after the New York City Marathon.
Me: I know …
Mark: Last year after the NYC Marathon you didn’t want to run for like two months.
If my remark at the end of this conversation makes no sense to you, let me explain … Read More
Some people claim they “don’t have” a sweet tooth, but I really don’t see how that’s possible. I think they’re lying to themselves and the world. Personally (and many of you already know this), I have a very large sweet tooth and I’m not afraid to show it, but I like to satisfy it with healthy snacks as often as possible because not only is that strategy most beneficial to my performance as a runner, but also for my overall health. … Read More