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April was an absolutely incredible month. Not only did it include a week long family vacation to Florida, but I was also incredibly active and spent quite a bit of time outside taking advantage of unseasonably warm weather here in … Continue reading
March was an interesting month on the fitness front. I ran my goal half marathon that I spent ten weeks training for. My initial plan was to take a bit of a running break after Rock ‘n’ Roll DC and … Continue reading
Even with this past month being the shortest month of the year, and both little man and I getting sick again, I remained extra motivated and determined to make February a strong month. I did my best to not let … Continue reading
Last month was quite the roller coaster of a month. I started the month, and year, off strong, and was on track with my goals for the first couple of weeks. Mid-month I felt like my fitness started to unravel … Continue reading
Even though I shared my goals for 2017 yesterday, I still plan on setting monthly goals throughout the year as well. I find that when I set smaller goals each month that it helps me in staying on track with … Continue reading
Wow, where has 2016 gone?!? Its hard to believe that we’re getting ready to start the last month of the year, which is going to be an extremely busy one. Since we were at Disney World for Wine and Dine … Continue reading
I feel like I keep saying this every month, but this year is just flying by. Its hard to believe that we’re already three quarters of the way through 2016 and that fall is in full swing now. There were … Continue reading
If I’m going to be 100% honest, August went nowhere near as I would have liked when it came to my fitness. Not only did we have our week long family vacation to Disney World, but while we were there … Continue reading
Confession time: I completely forgot about one of my July goals after I wrote my goals out. 100% completely forgot about it. Not because I wanted to, but there were more important things on my mind. July was an incredibly … Continue reading