I am somewhat embarrassed to say that I am the worst quitter I know. Well, sometimes I am a great quitter: I quit smoking 16 months ago. But one month ago, I quit the Indy Mini Marathon. Continue reading The Worst Quitter: How I Quit a Half Marathon Then Ran It Anyway
Have you ever embarked upon a plan that you weren’t so successful at fulfilling? I have been struggling on this post for a few weeks now. I must admit defeat, throw the white flag in the air and launch my tail between my legs. For those of you who know me…what I really need is to unload a particular foster dog before I get too attached and keep making dog references! Continue reading The Agony of Defeat
I have to be honest, I used to snicker at people who exercised while on vacation. You know the type: running down the beach at 8am while you’re dragging yourself to find the nearest place to grab a desperately needed hangover cure. I always thought vacations were for being lazy. And drinking. Why would someone intentionally lace up sneakers and sweat on vacation? You should have a beer or an umbrella-decorated drink in your hand, not a Fit-Bit on your wrist! That was my strict vacation philosophy. Continue reading How to travel and workout too!
I never thought I would be celebrating a milestone at age 37. Unless of course this milestone was the birth of a child or surviving some sort of catastrophe. Luckily it is not the latter and some might think it’s unfortunate that it’s not the child. Either way it is neither. I am celebrating one entire year, 52 weeks, 365 days of being nicotine free. However this story is really not about me or my nicotine sobriety. Continue reading Dr. Meghan