How to Start Loving Running and Never Look Back

You probably gathered this fact from the name of my blog, I love running. But here’s the “truth bomb,” I wasn’t always a “runner.” I laced up my running shoes for my first race in 2010. And in the six plus years that followed, I’ve racked up 13 marathons and a bunch (I really couldn’t count)

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Flowin’ in Nashville

Music City is usually known for its country twang and as a major bachelorette party destination, but on my most recent visit I decided to explore something new — the yoga scene. Thanks to my husband’s family (and some fun girl’s trips) I’ve been to Nashville quite a few times, and I love it! It’s

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Happy International Women’s Day

I am so lucky to be surrounded by powerful, strong women. I’ve never had a shortage of role models and I am truly inspired by the women in my life every single day. Today is International Women’s Day, it falls on March 8 every year and stands as an opportunity to celebrate women’s accomplishments. In

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Why Being a Marathon Ambassador is the Greatest!

I love running, I love marathons and I love being able to share that passion with the world (or at least my community). I’ve represented the Chevron Houston Marathon for the last three years as a race ambassador and this year, I’m also an ambassador for CIM (California International Marathon) which side note, just opened registrations

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Best Spring Races in Houston

Springtime in Houston is the best. The weather is perfect, patios are calling with crawfish and beer, and there’s a race to run almost every weekend! My marathon season usually ends after Houston and the half in Austin so I spend spring focusing on speed and fun. So here’s my list of the best (short)

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Holy Hills: Austin Half Race Recap

One of the things I love about Austin is that the terrain is so different than my home in Houston less than three hours away. Having moved from Hawaii where I ran hills daily, to Houston where running hills takes some planning and creativity, the Austin Half Marathon is always pretty humbling.