Goals Not Resolutions

With a new year underway, it's time to start working towards new goals. Or continue in pursuit of old ones. Every year, I have goals that I write down and clearly define so that I can track my progress towards achieving them throughout the year. I like to call them goals, not resolutions. The reason … Continue reading Goals Not Resolutions

For Streak’s Sake: 1,700 Days and Counting

A few months ago when I reached 1,600 days in my running streak, I made a blog post (click here for a refresher), where I listed a few of the negatives of streaking that myself and other streakers had experienced. It was meant to be a way to share some experiences and show that, just … Continue reading For Streak’s Sake: 1,700 Days and Counting

Streaking: Why It’s Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be (Sometimes)

As you may or may not know, I recently reached 1,600 days on my running streak, which means that I have run at least one mile every day since late-November 2017. Over the last 4+ years, I have been lucky enough to talk to many great runners and people on Instagram. This includes runners that … Continue reading Streaking: Why It’s Not All It’s Cracked Up to Be (Sometimes)

Streaking Highlights

A few weeks ago, I posted on here about some struggles that I have had during my running streak that started on November 24, 2017.  Naturally, there have also been many good moments and highlights that have come during this time. To be honest, I never paid too much attention to year anniversaries or milestone … Continue reading Streaking Highlights

Streaking Struggles

If you’re reading this, you probably have a pretty good idea that I’m currently on a running streak.  As of today, I’ve run at least one mile every day since November 24, 2017 – a total of 1,280 consecutive days.  Doing anything for that many days in a row comes with many challenges.  As I’ve … Continue reading Streaking Struggles

Lockdown Learning

The last year, with a pandemic and the resulting lockdown, affected everyone.  Maybe you had a difficult time mentally not being able to spend time with family and friends like you normally would.  Maybe you struggled with your diet because you were never very far from food or couldn’t resist the temptation for another snack.  … Continue reading Lockdown Learning