What Now? When we fail to stick to our New Year’s resolutions


At this point in January it is safe to assume that in regard to New Year’s resolutions or goals, people fall into one of four categories: a) you never made a resolution and don’t believe in them (and are existing blissfully in the same state as if it is still December 31st), b) your resolve [...]

Turning Race T-Shirts into Treadmill Towels


This post originally appeared a year ago, but since I’m still using the towels today and still getting more race t-shirts I thought it would be a great post to re-share. If you re-create this DIY be sure to share and email pictures of what you did! I’d love to share with readers. I can [...]

Essential Crosstraining for the Pregnant Runner


I hit the 24 week mark this weekend and with that milestone, my thoughts have shifted from running to cross training. Although I love logging miles, I will probably be intentionally reducing my running as I approach my due date. Instead of running I’ll be putting more of an emphasis on crosstraining: specifically pelvic floor, [...]

Mom on the Run: Elizabeth from Fit Life with E


Disclaimer: I am not a doctor, nurse of midwife. The information expressed in the series “Mom on the Run” should not be taken as medical advice. Please consult your doctor before running during pregnancy and postpartum. Welcome to “Mom on the Run!” A blog feature that shares a mom-on-the-run and her story of running during [...]

Ditch the Running Rut


Don’t wait for ideal conditions to end that running rut. Click To Tweet What helps you ditch a running rut? Don’t forget: Just two more days to enter to win a BOB stroller and MORE from For Two Fitness. Details on how to enter HERE. –Sarah I love connecting with readers! You can find me [...]

The Not-So-Mediocre Mile: racing a mile at 23 weeks pregnant


On Friday night I headed over to the indoor track at the University of New Hampshire for the “Mediocre Mile,” put on by local running club/ race company Loco Running. I figured it would be a fun, low key way to get at least a couple miles in without having to wear all.they.layers. And it [...]

4 Ways to Maximize your Training in 2015


Do you have big running goals for 2015? Most of us do. Whether it is to run a marathon, PR in a 5K or stay injury free the turning of the calendar offers us an opportunity to reevaluate the previous year and start fresh. Here are four tips, that regardless of your goal, will help [...]

Five Year Blogging Anniversary: a jog back in time

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I started this blog five years ago, back when I was a new mom and felt like I had something to say and no one to say it to. After teaching High School English since graduating college, the shift to being a stay at home mom was a bit of a change of pace for [...]



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