The one about How I Got To Machu Picchu

This is the latest of my posts about my trip to Peru. It’s also the trip I’ve blogged about the most. I suppose it’s safe to say it was one of the deepest journeys I have ever been on. To see the rest of the posts (in case you’re new to the blog), click here. If you want to check out the vlog first, Read More

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The one about Wanderlusting in Peru

I was totally going to take a different direction with this blog post and write about how crazy my Peruvian trip itinerary was. I try not to have crazy itineraries too often (only one so far that made it to this blog) – but sometimes, when you have so many amazing places to visit and too little vacation days, you gotta ‘take one for the team’ or just borrow one of the tips from this post: The one about turning 10 vacation days to 40.

But then I digressed and put too much Read More

The one about Being The Perfect Friend Of A Runner

If you are quite familiar with terms such as ‘long run’, ‘race day’, ‘hydration’, ‘pace’, ‘PR’, ‘strength training’, ‘rest day’, ‘easy run’, ‘fuel’, ‘wicking’, ‘blisters’, ‘cross training’, ‘stitches’, ‘runner’s knee’, ‘intervals’, ‘sprints’, ‘foam rolling’, ‘compression socks’ and so on but have not discovered first hand the amazingness of being a road warrior aka runner, then may I suggest to you that perhaps you are an [un]official friend of a runner.

It’s a phrase I have coined to cover significant others, siblings, friends, neighbors, and colleagues of Read More