Christmas in London

Ice Skating at the Natural History Museum

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I’m finally on Christmas break! Today is supposed to be the first day of Paris Marathon training (16 weeks out) but my left IT-band is still painful. I am still seeing a physical therapist, and found a very, very basic marathon … Continue reading

Three Months in London: Three Favorites So Far


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I can’t believe it’s been three months since I moved to London. It feels like I just got here, and it also feels like I’ve been here forever. I still feel like I’m just starting to get to know the … Continue reading

Runner’s Gift Guide 2016

Cookies: always a good gift for runners

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It’s that time of the year…time to do some shopping for your favorite runner! These are some of my favorite gifts for runners, both things I own and love, and things that are on my wishlist this year. Note: This post … Continue reading

Roosevelt Island 5K Recap and a New PR!

About a month ago, some Prospect Park Track Club friends started talking about the Roosevelt Island 5K and 10K at the end of December, part of the NYC Runs Hot Chocolate Winter Running Series. It had only been two weeks since the … Continue reading

Holiday Parties and Goals for Sunday’s 5K


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The holiday season always flies by once we get to December, doesn’t it? I’m on winter break starting Friday and I’m really looking forward to relaxing a bit and hitting reset before January! My last two weeks have been filled with parties, … Continue reading

Jingle Bell 5K for Arthritis NYC


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On Saturday morning, I did my 13th and final race of 2013 – the Jingle Bell 5K for Arthritis in Riverside Park. The night before, I had a holiday sleepover with my best friend Lael from high school, who lives … Continue reading

‘Twas the Night Before Thanksgivukkah


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Happy (almost) Thanksgivukkah! If you haven’t heard, for the first and last time in any of our lifetimes, Thanksgiving Day and the first day of Hanukkah coincide. I’ve always been a fan of Chrismukkah, since my mother’s family is Catholic … Continue reading