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Tweet It’s been a tough year for weight maintenance over here. I’ve gained back a fair amount of the weight I lost two years ago, and it’s a bummer. Mostly because my pants don’t fit anymore, and I like the pants I have. I’m not ready to dive back into race training – partly because

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Tweet It’s been a long, strange winter. It was cold and windy and I didn’t want to do anything except nest. New house, new town, new running trails. I didn’t have a lot of interest or ability to focus outward. Or inward, really, and I have a tendency toward anxiety when I stop taking time

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Published on January 7, 2013, by meg in injury, real life, Running.

Tweet It’s not as bad as last year’s possible stress fracture/unpleasant muscle strain, but it’s pretty unpleasant. After a month sidelined by moving (which is mostly done, HOORAY!!!!!), I immediately got a cold. I’m pretty susceptible to colds, and they tend to linger for much longer than what I think is normal, so I almost

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Tweet To combat my total lack of motivation, I’m joining the 2012 Runner’s World Holiday Running Streak. I pledge to run at least one mile every day until Christmas. My training plan for the B&A Half starts in mid-December, so I can definitely incorporate that into the streak, but mostly I want to make sure

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Published on November 19, 2012, by meg in real life, Running.

Tweet My nice easy runs? Were apparently too long, because I haven’t felt like running since. That’s right, it’s been three weeks since my last run. And I don’t feel right, because I’m not running, but I think it’s been good for me. Of course, I haven’t been doing much else, either, and that’s where

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Tweet It’s a week later and I still kind of can’t believe it. I still don’t know just what to say. The first 16 miles were amazing. The five after that, not the worst thing ever. The final five? Torture. Okay, maybe not torture. But really, really hard. I had a few problems: My shoes

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