Hey friends! Hello from Edwards, Colorado. I’m out here until Sunday so my posts may be a bit less frequent until  I am back home.

Last week was freezing and icy in New York and my workout choices were all in service of staying warm and inside as much as possible. Did you let the weather get in your way?

Here’s what went down.

Monday: Didn’t work out
Tuesday (aka SNOWMAGEDDEN): Matt and I took an early morning Flywheel class. (There is a studio two blocks from our house.) I got pelted in the face with hail on the walk there (and back) but it was great to get a workout in before bunkering down in the storm.

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Hi Ladies and Gents! I am still waiting on my new orthotics so I didn’t go running at all this week. But thanks to ClassPass, I kept busy on the workout front. I also have a Refine Method package and a Barry’s package, for those wondering.  I currently have the 10 class per month ClassPass membership.  I tend to go over 10 classes a month when I’m in town a lot of the month, even more so when I’m not running.

Here’s what went down:

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It’s time for a bit of real talk. I’m all about fitness, healthy eating  and balance but let’s be real. I’m not perfect. Or remotely close.

I was a bit of a stress mess last week. A series of events collided, and I just got a bit overwhelmed, and when I am overwhelmed I plan. I take action. I’m the opposite of an avoider. I’m a crazed doer. And lucky for me, there is a big fat event coming up for me to plan: my wedding.

I’m not a super frilly lady. I don’t wear make up (mostly because I don’t know how) and the only time my hair gets blow dried is if I pay DryBar or RPZL to do it. I can’t name any flowers on sight other then roses and sunflowers. In middle school, I got a B- in a class called Mechanical Drawing because I could not draw a straight line with a ruler, so it is safe to say I’m not artistic or crafty.

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Hello, friends. I hope you had a lovely Memorial Day weekend.

I visited Toronto during the long weekend to visit my dear pal Kyla. But before that,  I had a lighter week of workouts. Post-BK Half, it wasn’t that I was too sore (I was the normal amount of sore) but what gave me pause was the need for a mental break. I didn’t feel like pushing myself, and I need a recovery period from the racing/going hard mentality. So I took one.  I highly recommend it.

Here’s what went down:

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