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Vegan brunch: Fennel Risotto, Smoky Shittakes, and Fried Bananas by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running So Cathy got a copy of Vegan Brunch to give away on Planet Veggie and my friend Tracy won it but she lives in the US so I said I'd send it to her if I could make something out ... Read on »
Juneathon day 10: well, I certainly won't do *that* again by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running It's Wednesday so that must make it a yoga day. But London tube employees have gone on strike, so while I do respect their right to strike (though honestly, pay raises for les ... Read on »
Who have you encountered in your (running) life who has really stood out, and why? by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Yesterday I asked 'Who in your running life has really stood out, and why?'. I suppose it's only fair if I'm the first to answer my own question. One person who has been ... Read on »
Your questions answered, and some questions posed by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Thanks for your comments over the past few days. For Juneathon day 8, I thought I'd give some thought to your questions: How do you stretch a bike rack?Highway Kind asks ... Read on »
Errand girl goes Juneathon (day 7) in the rain by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Meg had to pick something up from her office today, and we'd decided earlier in the weekend (Friday, while it was still sunny) to ride our bikes to get it. This afternoon we h ... Read on »
Juneathon day 6: Sleeping in by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running This is going to be a really sad post because yesterday after my short little Couch to 5k jaunt (2.5 miles, 31 minutes at 5 min run/2.5 min walk) we went to the Polo in the Pa ... Read on »
Juneathon days 4.2 and 5 by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Last night was the Crisis Square Mile run which I ran for the second half of my uber-hardcore two-a-day schedule and not at all for the promise of beer and pizza with JogBlog ... Read on »
If Marshall Mathers can do it, I'm going to need a bigger wardrobe by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running The runner- twitter verse is all atwerp at the notion that Eminem runs two-a-days. Well it's Juneathon day 4 and tonight is the Crisis Square Mile Run but from what JogBlog sa ... Read on »
Juneathon day 3: Fully fundamental by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I think Brett has decided I'm never going to get all the way to the floor in Utthita Parsvakonasana and as much was clear to Jamie on Monday as well, when he suggested that my ... Read on »
Juneathon day 2: In which we discuss being a rockstar by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running I went to a Counting Crows concert last night and was really tired this morning (even though I woke up 10 minutes before the alarm, my eyes just did not want to open until 10 ... Read on »
Juneathon day 1: Monday Morning Mysore by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running (logo shamelessly stolen from JogBlog ) It's Juneathon and so even though I was late getting to bed last night due to a restorative yoga class that didn't end until ... Read on »
DD Review: Moving Comfort Fiona Bra by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running We haven't talked boobage for a while and this baby has been getting a fair amount of use lately so I thought it might be time to talk about the Moving Comfort Fiona Bra. Thou ... Read on »
Lazy London Saturday by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Seeing as Meg is in New York this weekend I thought I'd laze about the house for a bit, but no, annoying morning person that I am I popped right up out of bed at 8 on a Saturd ... Read on »
Utthita Parsvakonasana, still by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Today the regular Mysore dude was replaced by Jamie, another Mysore instructor who has a much more 'hands-on' philosophy about it. He helped me open up my lower back in downwa ... Read on »
Infected blisters: Take it and Run by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert 1 Comment Posted in: Blog Posts in Running The topic of infected blisters is already one of my top hit-getters, and I'm doing nothing today to decrease my google rank on this subject. But I suppose it's due to a dearth ... Read on »
Pause 1: I hate the treadmill by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running In the hotel. No reason I couldn't have run outside, except, well, I didn't really feel like it. Too much time on airplanes has tightened my calves. Off to the exercise ro ... Read on »
Week 3, Day 4: I'm a princess by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running 7 miles scheduled today. I went back and forth abou the headgear. Inthe end I decided to forgo the wollen warm one. Mistake. It wasn't toobad except when the wind came up, ... Read on »
Week 3, Day 3: off schedule, off pace by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Skipping a day earlier in the week seemed like a good idea at the time. Unfortunately, 1 day turned into 2, and now I'm a bit off schedule, and since I'm leaving REALLY ea ... Read on »
Week 3, Day 2: baby it's cold outside by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Friday December 14 Took the day off from running yesterday as I'd returned from Switzerland and a concert late. Glad I did - when I went to work it was still so sli ... Read on »
Week 3, Day 1: running jetlagged 101 by RunningFrom30 Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Running Ok, not really jetlagged - 1 hour time difference cerainly isn'tenough. But entry level in running in a new country 7 hours aftergetting off the plane. A good warm-up for ... Read on »