Phew. The year is almost over and I am so far behind!! I have been finishing up my one race a month for 2015! Last race is the San Diego Holiday Half after Christmas. It was so much fun last year despite my husband being deployed and my kids being watched by a sitter. This … More I’m So BEHIND!
For the first week of Fall Break we decided to go to Disneyland. We’ve been in San Diego for three years now and figured it was time. So we bought three day park hopper passes (thank you Military Salute) and used the free hotel nights my hubby had earned to stay at a hotel across … More Disney….finally!
Who doesn’t like sand or sand castles? Well the US Sand Sculpting and 3D Art Expo is coming to San Diego over Labor Day weekend. The cruise ship pier is going to be turned into a gigantic beach where you can go and check out some incredible works of art. From the website: “We’re changing … More The U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge and 3D Art Exposition
I am so excited to join #1MillionMinutes with #sweatpink! This summer my goal is to do 60 minutes daily of running or strength, while wearing my favorite pink tank. I predict that we’ll go way over the goal of #1MillionMinutes – we’ll actually hit 2 million of minutes this summer! I predict that running will … More Million Minutes
I have joined a bi-weekly challenge with #sweatpink and @fitapproach to answer a few questions. This week’s question are about training. SO i’m going to share what I did to train for races…or lack of training. 🙂 1). How do you train, mentally and physically, for races — 5ks, 10ks, half & full marathons? Most … More Training? What training?
Hello San Diego! It’s that time of year again! Time for the San Diego International Boat Show! A day on the bay you will NOT want to miss. Here what’s in store this year: Take exercise to the water at Try It Cove: Try It Cove challenges attendees to find out first hand why paddle sports … More Progressive San Diego International Boat Show
Over the weekend I ran my very first full marathon. You read that right. 26.2 miles. Looking back, that is a long way to run. I enjoyed every minute of it, even when my feet started to ache. The race was Mountains2Beach Marathon. The training was with San Diego Track Club. It all started while … More My FIRST Marathon recap!