I’ve totally been digging the unicorn trend lately. I may not be into consuming all of the sugar it involves, but I’m a pink girl (and Lisa Frank fanatic) at heart so this trend pretty much makes me swoon. Which is why when fellow blogger and boss babe, Erin, a.k.a. Ms. Independent, announced the theme of her annual event I was in L-O-V-E.
I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again. I LOVE spring time running. Without any big races to train for, the pressure is off and the small, fun races are on! One of those races was the second annual Autism Speaks 8K in Sugar Land. I was lucky enough to be asked to lead
Super Bowl LI is H-town bound next week, and spoiler alert: that’s a big freaking deal. Houston has been prepping for the big game for months and downtown looks better than ever. I’ve never lived in a city that’s hosted the Super Bowl (while I lived there), so I’m excited to see how things shake
So you finished the marathon, now what? That’s the feeling I always get after running a race. What’s next? What do I need to do to ensure proper recovery so I can get back out there and chase another goal? Proper recovery and staying active is the perfect way to stay healthy and cure the
I grew up in California, lived in Hawaii and now I live in Texas. Common theme? Heat. So naturally, when I began my running journey it was in warm weather. This year, Houston’s weather has been especially warm. Looking back at the season, 90 percent of my long marathon training runs have been extra sweaty.
2016 was a pretty monumental year for me, but on the eve of 2017 I thought it would be pretty appropriate to share what my resolutions are for my 30th year and more importantly, how I planning on keeping them. 1. Learn to cook. Sure I can cook a few dishes and I’m a microwave
Houston’s phenomenal fall weather this past weekend meant that being outside was non-negotiable. Luckily, Houston always has something happening outdoors this time of year. So after my morning run and yoga class, we ubered downtown to the Via Colori Street Painting Festival. I always recommend ubering downtown, especially from where we live in Montrose. It’s
Just because Houston’s hot, doesn’t mean we don’t like to workout. Just give us some Nuun, our favorite running trails and we’ll sweat it out! If you’re looking to explore the hottest city in the south, Houston’s got you covered with trails, bike paths, parks and plenty of fitness studios. Run Rice University Loop: This
It’s officially been three weeks since I ran the Chevron Houston Marathon. It was a tough day and my body was pretty beat up afterwards due to some lingering injuries (read about that here), so I decided to take some time off. In fact, yesterday was my first run since the race, making it one
It’s been a week since I ran my 11th marathon and my 3rd Chevron Houston Marathon. I’ve taken the week to reflect on my race and more importantly give my body a chance to rest and recover. Houston is always my favorite race of the year, and while I didn’t PR and dealt with some injuries along the way, this race was no exception.