I signed up for the Lincoln Half Marathon, which I ran last year and was a lot of fun. And honestly, it's a great way to get into the fall marathon spirit. It's in May, so there is only a slight gap between training cycles. I realized, while thinking about my training for that, that I've … Continue reading Training a Little Out of Focus
In the spirit of resets (and after the ENORMOUS amount of cream cheese brownies I made on NYE) it's time for a new Whole 30. This will be my third round, though I'll be stopping it a smidge early, on January 26 instead of January 31, due to a family vacation. So what are the … Continue reading A new year, a new Whole 30
I've always loved Thai food, but never really knew how to make. Whole30 changed a lot of that for me, and one of the recipes that really has become a staple is red curry with chicken. I've mashed together a few different recipes to make what has become my quick weeknight dish. A few notes about … Continue reading Cold Nights. Hot Curry.
This post is about pie. Glorious, glorious pie that I baked for Thanksgiving. And I suppose I should mention that Joe and I also ran a turkey trot on Thanksgiving! My husband does not love running - he prefers his cardio with chlorine and most of his workouts with free weights. But he laced up for … Continue reading This is All About Pie
Here it is. I'm past my goal races for Fall. I don't completely know what next year's race calendar looks like yet. And here's the thing: when I don't have a training plan to follow, I'm absolute garbage at consistency. Somehow time spent running will dwindle down to almost nothing, I'll grow lazy with cross training, and … Continue reading The Off Season + Lemon Orzo Chicken Soup