I ran everywhere as a young child prior to schooling…and was always told “Katherine, stop running!” Eventually, I did just that. After repeatedly being reprimanded and placed into ‘Time Out’ for doing what I naturally wanted to do, I stopped running. I stopped everything else for the most part too, activity based. In elementary school […]Read More Letting go of marathoning
“The quality of your breath will tell you exactly what you need to know about your interior state.” ~Erin Taylor, Founder of JASYOGA Continuing on my vacation which started ending Week 4 of Chicago Marathon Training I felt like the added rest I was going to get would equal me having killer runs in Week […]Read More Week 5 Chicago Marathon Training: Surviving the climb
*Expletive Alert* Oh it’s such a gray area. You know the area, the area of where ability and self-doubt meet. It’s an area that’s also a moving target. Some days the self-doubt is less and believing in my ability is strong…the”ok, let’s do it!” attitude. Then…and then… there’s I didn’t think I could do it […]Read More 50 Shades of Self Doubt. When being realistic isn’t realistic.