There are some people who claim to be purists and they advocate for leaving your phone home when you run. I am not one of those people… they can be incredibly helpful, you can listen to music/books/podcasts to keep yourself entertained, you can call someone if you get lost or hurt on the run, and
Do you have a tendency to lose or break your sunglasses? My understanding is that lots of people do… but I would NEVER! LOL! But I do get tired of my shades and seek change. Plus I like to make sure I have a pair in multiple places (my car, my bag, my husband’s car,
Disclosure: I was given a pair of ShoeCue insoles free to review on the site. Opinions are always my own. There are some affiliate links in this post which may throw a few pennies my way. Thanks! There’s always a lot of debate when it comes to running form, right? Heel vs. mid vs. forefoot
I was sent a stainless steel water bottle from Liquid Nation Hydration recently to review (and one to give away… keep reading!) on the site. Stainless steel water bottles seem to be everywhere these days, right? I think the panic over BPA has had a lot of people rethinking their water bottles and looking for
The January 2017 StrideBox arrived at my house on Saturday: – PR Bar – 1st Endurance EFS Drink – Cognitea – Mission Nitroactive Hand/Foot warmer – Win Detergent – iGloves As I try things, I’ll come back into this post to add notes. You can subscribe to StrideBox for $15.
Sponsored Post It doesn’t matter how much you love to run… it seems like it’s so easy to make an excuse about why you shouldn’t go for a run. Some excuses are legitimate (sick, family obligations, etc.), some are just crap. For example… yesterday at the conclusion of all the sessions for the conference I’m