Health knowledge made personal
WellPage for How To Run A Household T For Mom
+ Bookmark › Share
Go
Search posts:

How To Run A Household T For Mom - Articles

A Great Day Of Running At The Wilson Household! by Tim W. Patient Expert Posted Tue 12 Jan 2010 4:29pm This was my second run of the day. My first run early this morning was a three mile tempo run at 8:01 pace in 32 degree weather. Both of my daughters needed to get a run in today so I came home and ran again with them. My oldest daughter Ashlee (my newer runner) needed to do her first tempo type run today. Up until this point we have been b ... Read on »
Spotlight : Leslie Fuhrtz-Tookes - She Swims, She Bikes, She Runs…SHEROX!!! by OurHealth Posted Fri 19 Jun 2009 12:00am Spotlight: Leslie Name: Leslie Fuhrtz-Tookes Age: 43 yrs old Hometown and Current location: Queens, NY hometown and current reside in Atl, GA In her own words... Gems, My first triathlon post twins, boy was it an amazing time. YES I survived the “She Swims, She Bikes, She Runs…SHEROX” triathlon in Miami last Sunday. Putting my be ... Read on »
Empty Nest Revisited: Running through the pain by Jan Hasak Posted Sun 08 Jan 2012 8:26pm The train wreck was imminent, a given. But I didn’t know how it would hit me. Last Friday I got my first taste of empty-nest syndrome as a single mother. I thought I would be prepared for the magnitude of the impact. I was mistaken. My brokenness registered 11 on the Richter scale of riven hearts. When I dropped my son Josh off at the ... Read on »
Bada$$ Moms Monday - Tara, Tanya, Katy by RunFasterMommy Patient Expert Posted Mon 04 Feb 2013 6:00am Welcome to the sixth installment of Bada$$ Moms Monday, where I introduce you to some fellow obstacle/mud running moms who aren't afraid to push their physical limits. These chicks don't tip toe daintily over the mud puddles, they destroy them. They eat barbed wire for breakfast and do burpees for fun, all while raising a family and juggling a h ... Read on »
National Running Day! (…a bit late) by Tessa @ Amazing Asset Posted Thu 02 Jun 2011 4:17pm I am honestly blown away by everyone sweet, thoughtful comments on yesterday’s post . It is so encouraging to hear that other people are planning on saying a whole lot more of YES this month as opposed to the negative, blah-sound NO. I know some decisions will be tough at times, and you may be tempted to say no because the yes option might be d ... Read on »
Day in the Life (of a Working Mom) by LBontherun Posted Wed 13 Aug 2014 3:20pm A couple of notes: Talk of this post actually started as kind of a joke with a friend, after seeing a bunch of day in the life post from other bloggers with children. I always love reading them, and now that I have a vested interest I’m super nosy curious about other baby’s schedules, how parents fit in physical activity, etc. However, ... Read on »
Mom Runs, Dad Runs by Alison B. Posted Wed 31 Mar 2010 4:23am The April 2010 issue of Runner's World has a great article we can all relate to, "The Mommy Problem".  Two women share their tale of trying to fit running in while dealing with children, husbands, jobs, household chores, and all that good stuff. It is the exact topic that all of us running mommy bloggers post about daily.  Some mom runner ... Read on »
Bad A$$ Moms Monday - Amy, Hope, Kathy by RunFasterMommy Patient Expert Posted Mon 30 Jul 2012 7:35am Welcome to the second installment of Bada$$ Moms Monday, where I introduce you to some fellow obstacle/mud running moms who aren't afraid to push their physical limits. (Check out last week's post here )  These chicks don't tip toe daintily over the mud puddles, they destroy them. They eat barbed wire for breakfast and do burpees for fun, all whi ... Read on »
Run As One Race Recap 4/29/12 by Kara B. Posted Sun 29 Apr 2012 8:14pm I am so happy. Everything has been going my way lately, and I’m so thankful. I can’t stop smiling. Today, for example, was an epic day. It began with the NYRR Run As One 4 mile race. PER.FECT. WEATHER. I’ve never run a 4 mile race, so I went into it with two thoughts in mind: 1) Automatic PR! 2) I WANT TO DOMINATE CE ... Read on »
Top 6 ways to run two marathons in 6 weeks by Roman M. Patient Expert Posted Fri 21 Oct 2011 9:25am What’s a triathlete to do when the season is over and the next triathlon is 8 months away?  A marathon, duh.  Better yet, 2 marathons within 6 weeks of each other.  Sounds like a great idea, doesn't it? You may be with the crowd that thinks, "running two marathons within 6 weeks of each other is no big deal" along with Dean Karnazes a ... Read on »