Photo: Tuan, Alia & I getting ready to run Baystate as Carl prepares to cheer us on. At the end of December 2017, when I first joined the Heartbreakers, I set a big goal for myself. I put it out into the universe that I was going to try to PR at every distance I run. […]Read more "Goal Digger"
The B.A.A. 1/2 will always have a special place in my heart because it was the first half marathon I ever completed. This was the 4th time I’ve run it, but this time it was a little different. My main focus for the fall race season is the Bay State Marathon on October 21st and […]Read more "Teamwork Makes The Dream Work"
Going into our spring race season, Head Coach of The Heartbreakers Dan Fitzgerald explained the team’s spring singlets. Many of us were getting ready for the Harpoon 5 Miler and Dan wanted our presence at the race to more more than just having some of the fastest runners there. He set up a fundraising event […]Read more "Run Well, Do Good"
Photo: Me with a serious face as I make my way down Commonwealth Ave in my Heartbreakers Summer Race Singlet Being a competitive runner can be frustrating sometimes. You can have a perfect training cycle and completely bonk on race day. Sometimes you have a cold, sometimes you didn’t get enough sleep, […]Read more "B.A.A. 10K 2018 Race Recap"
Photo: Team With A Vision Runners and guides after the 2016 Cambridge Half Marathon I’ve wanted to write this post for a while, but wasn’t sure how to best approach it. I began lending my sight to runners with visual impairments about 2.5 years ago and it’s something that has brought so much […]Read more "Inspirational"
Photo: A bunch of the Heartbreakers Pre Run To Remember. Chilly but ready to go. The last half marathon I raced in and didn’t participate as a sighted guide wasn’t my best. As you can tell from my recap here Race Recap: DMSE Classic Half Marathon . I hadn’t been trying for a personal best that day, […]Read more "Run To Remember"
One of the hardest things to deal with as a runner is being injured. Many of us use running to manage our mood and anxiety. Add in a looming race date the stress can really start to get to you. I’ve learned from my past injuries that going back too fast or too hard only […]Read more "Recovering From An Injury"