Tag: running

Five New Hampshire Runners to Follow

Five New Hampshire Runners to Follow

Welcome to the Friday Five. Today’s topic is running friends. My number one running friend has 4 legs, likes to sleep under my bed, and only has a rarely updated social media presence. But he’s without a doubt my favorite and the only person I […]

Potential Half Marathon Training week 2

Potential Half Marathon Training week 2

Week 2 of potential Half Marathon training has me worrying that I may want to give up planning on a fall half this year. My ankle was feeling stiff on Sunday after going to the trampoline park with my daughter on Saturday. So it's the […]

Places to Run: Wildcat Falls Conservation Area, Merrimack, New Hampshire

Places to Run: Wildcat Falls Conservation Area, Merrimack, New Hampshire

As the crow flies I'm pretty sure Wildcat Falls Conservation area is only a couple miles away from my office in Merrimack New Hampshire, but getting there always seems a little complicated.  The main parking area is a 12 minute drive away, and that's assuming […]

5 Fall Half Marathons in New Hampshire

5 Fall Half Marathons in New Hampshire

I’m a bit of a half marathon lover.   I think on some of my social media profiles I call myself a Half Marathon Conaisseur.  And my favorite season for running is without a doubt fall.  When I’m not injured I try to maximize the […]

Early august rambling (TOL #3)

Early august rambling (TOL #3)

I think this post will be even more rambling than my usual Thursdays are for Thinking Out Loud Post.  I talk about erging again, the best books I have read lately, some new blogs to follow and my current favorite book.  So thanks again to […]

Places to Run: Ball’s Falls Niagara Ontario

Places to Run: Ball’s Falls Niagara Ontario

When I tell people where I grow up, I generally just tell them I grew up near the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. It’s a much easier reference than St. Catharines. Most Americans that are familiar with that name associate it with a somewhat notorious […]

Hard earned medals

Hard earned medals

Back in my glory days, as a high school rower, my room was filled with medals. It didn’t matter if it was a participation trophy for coming last place in hockey or my national championships gold, all were on display in my room. The end […]

Potential Half Training Week 1

Potential Half Training Week 1

A few weeks ago I activated a training plan for a half marathon on Strava.  I’m not sure if I will run a half marathon in October, but I want to follow a training plan to see if my ankle will handle the build up […]

5 Reasons to Love Suburban Running

5 Reasons to Love Suburban Running

I grew up in the Suburbs, spent college in a City (Boston), and now live in the Country.  I spent years complaining about the suburbs.  When choosing where to live, I told my husband I either wanted to live in an urban or rural landscape. […]

Summer Running

Summer Running

Good Tuesday morning!   Today I’m joining in with the Tuesdays on the Run blog post prompts.  Because I didn’t really have a running goal this month I’m going to write about last week’s prompt: What do you love/hate about summer running?  And seeing as […]