Hey everyone. Hope you are having a lovely week.
This week’s guest blogger is the fabulous Jenny (fueled by cocoa). The three things I can tell you about Jenny (apart from that she is a runner!) is she always wears AMAZING running gear, she can get herself into some very impressive yoga poses, and she is by far the best I’ve ever seen at jumping and taking a photo! Read More
Hello and happy Global Running Day! Hope you managed to get out and log some miles on this happy Wednesday. I didn’t unfortunately, but that’s another story.
So this guest blog is by the fabulous Ashley – you can check her out on Instagram here and her blog here. I’ve only been following Ashley on IG for a short while, but I absolutely love her account – if you are into Disney, running, or Lilly Pulitzer clothing, you defo need to check her out! Enjoy! Read More
I have been training for the Oak Bay Half-Marathon for the past 17 weeks. I put so much pressure on myself to get a Personal Best (PB) at this race. Even though I have been running for a few years now, this past year running has been really hard for me. I was essentially starting over. Originally my race goal time was extremely adventurous (11 minutes faster than my first half-marathon in 2016), and a few weeks ago I made the decision to rain in my expectations and come up with a more realistic goal. A goal I knew I would smash….or at least I thought I would. Read More
Hello – Happy Friday! Are you racing this weekend? I don’t know about you, but my Instagram is FULL of folks running races and I am loving seeing goals being smashed. Gives me all the feels.
Guest blogger number 4 is the fabulous Charles – check out his Instagram here. What I am loving most about this blog series is getting to know more about the runners than just seeing their awesome photos on Instagram. Its so interesting to hear how others got into the sport and what they love about it most. Enjoy!
If you follow me on Instagram, you might know that I was volunteering at a local 10K race this past weekend. Since I started running 3 years ago, I have taken part in 9 races, and every single time I passed a volunteer I thanked them. Races wouldn’t be able to go ahead without the many awesome people who volunteer their time. I’ve wanted to volunteer at a race for quite some time now, but there was always one reason or another that stopped me from being able to help out. But after the Walt Disney marathon I made an effort to find a local race that I would help out at. I scheduled it into my calendar to keep the whole weekend free so I could be at the expo on Saturday, and race day (Sunday). I was super excited. Read More
Today’s guest blog is my friend Karen. Last year I coached Karen to run a half-marathon at the Toronto Marathon – coincidentally its almost 1 year ago since Karen raced. I truly loved watching Karen’s confidence in herself grow after each run. Most weekly schedules I gave her, she would be nervous about the distance/pace/number of hills, but I had 100% confidence in her, I knew she could do it. She blooming well crushed it!! I couldn’t have been more proud.