Page 5 of 365 – Helpless vs Hopeless

There is such a difference between feeling helpless and hopeless. Right now I feel helpless against my husband’s disease. I know we are doing all we can to fight it but even with that I feel like we aren’t doing enough or doing the right things to treat him. Last night I cried at softballContinue reading “Page 5 of 365 – Helpless vs Hopeless”

Page 3 of 365 – Unreliable Narrator

My husband is now an unreliable narrator of his own story. It’s not his fault at all considering the circumstances. Brain injuries or in my husband’s case recovering from brain surgery is such a strange and winding process. An unreliable narrator is a narrator whose credibility is compromised. The amount of information thrown at aContinue reading “Page 3 of 365 – Unreliable Narrator”

Page 1 of 365 – My husband has cancer.

With everyone celebrating the end of 2022 and what is to come in 2023, I’m wishing to turn back the clock to November 13, 2022 the day my husband has a gran mal seizure and we found out that he had a brain tumor that ultimately turned out to be Glioblastoma, a grade 4 tumorContinue reading “Page 1 of 365 – My husband has cancer.”

Happy Global Running Day

Today let’s celebrate Global Running Day by revisiting my classic running post… Let’s Celebrate Minimalistic Running Shoes on Global Running Day As the miles roll by in my renewed running journey I started to look at new shoes and thought, why do people choose minimalistic shoes vs other styles to run in? From the eyesContinue reading “Happy Global Running Day”

Let’s Celebrate Minimalistic Running Shoes on Global Running Day (Again & Again)

Read my previous year’s article: Let’s Celebrate Minimalistic Running Shoes on Global Running Day As the miles roll by in my renewed running journey I started to look at new shoes and thought, why do people choose minimalistic shoes vs other styles to run in? From the eyes of a novice runner, it seems likeContinue reading “Let’s Celebrate Minimalistic Running Shoes on Global Running Day (Again & Again)”

My BMI is 36.3

Reset all my settings on MyFitnessPal today. I really need to get to working out. Currently, my BMI is 36.3. That puts me in the obese category. It sounds so much more horrible than I feel like I look. Obese people don’t look like me. They look like the people on the show my 600Continue reading “My BMI is 36.3”

Breaking free from ‘mommy burnout’: 5 questions to help break the burnout cycle | GMA

There is no grand prize for being the mommy martyr. — Read on http://www.goodmorningamerica.com/family/story/breaking-free-mommy-burnout-deal-heading-uncertain-school-79586720

What happens with your fitness data?

I just read an article from The Wall Street Journal called The States Where Fitness Is King which talked about logged fitness minutes from different sports apps.  The article was pretty boring, considering that most of the places they said that logged high fitness minutes were the ususal suspects. I’m not one to hide my activities online,Continue reading “What happens with your fitness data?”

5 Warning Signs That You’re Addicted to Working Out

As a former high school and college basketball player, I knew that I always had to workout to better myself for my sport, but it’s only been recently where I’ve really become someone who is addicted to working out. I think this time it’s more important because it isn’t because I have to do itContinue reading “5 Warning Signs That You’re Addicted to Working Out”

How to Be A Runner (Even If You Have Small Kids)

I know you’ve seen those mom’s and dads out running pushing a gaggle of kids or being stalked by a group of kids on bikes. No matter the age of your kids, you too can be a runner! Here are a few tips on how to get it done. Just Do It. Half the struggleContinue reading “How to Be A Runner (Even If You Have Small Kids)”