After 7 marathons (and counting!), I’ve learned a few things that could help you get to the finish line healthy and HAPPY. Listen in for my tips.
Living with heart disease means being aware of what feels normal. When that goes awry, we bring it up and that usually leads to testing.
Living with heart disease is more than physical. It brings a lot of emotions along with it and learning to process those is difficult. Here’s how I do it.
From heart attacks to marathons, that is what most people know about me. Life with heart disease is a daily reality and now I’m sharing what that’s like in more detail.
There are a lot of training approaches in running: pace, distance, effort, etc. In all of them, paying attention to heart rate is critical and this race illustrates why.
The type of business you decide to build can determine whether you control your schedule or the business does. Here’s how I chose to build a digital business.
Pushing through when things (runs or life) get hard is sometimes just that: HARD. But that doesn’t mean impossible. Here’s how I do it.
The path to becoming a marathoner is not always linear, or as simple as signing up and training. Here’s my story AND my why for doing it.
It’s easy to get overworked as a small business owner, but we all need balance to work effectively. Here’s how I found my ideal schedule.
Week 3 of marathon training had me obsessing over paces, which only made training that much harder. Here’s what I’ve learned about why comparing paces is an emotional landmine.