This week I realized that living in New York City is going to be a huge test to my patience. One big, huge test, mostly being administered by tourists. Because […]
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Saturdays were made for running 6 miles. At least that’s what I’ve discovered since moving to Manhattan. I mean, the loop around Central Park is almost exactly a 10K, so […]
At 8:30AM this morning, Breanne and I boarded the Staten Island Ferry with about 1,000 other runners from all over the world (That’s right. Not just runners from New York. […]
I ran in Central Park again today. I clocked 3 miles in about 27 minutes. Generally speaking, consistently holding a 9:16 minute mile is pretty speedy for me. Especially since […]
“I don’t do anything but run.” That’s what Alicia said to me about eight miles into her 10-mile Central Park training run, as we chatted about Gu gel, and water […]
One time, someone told me that eating healthy was “too expensive.”
Wait. Just kidding. That’s happened a lot more times than one.
One time, I proved all of the naysayers completely and utterly wrong.
Oh wait. Just kidding again. That didn’t happen just one time. Because I prove them all wrong every Sunday when Breanne and I go food shopping and spend only $40-$55 for an entire weeks worth of food, for two people. Individually, that’s about $20-$25 per week on groceries. That’s $80-$100 per month. Even better, that’s just $2-$4 per day for 3 big, healthy, wholesome meals… AND snacks! Lots of snacks!