Don't get me wrong, I love the spending time in the big apple. From museums to restaurants to monuments, it's literally impossible to be bored. But sometimes, I need a reprieve from the hustle and bustle of the city that never sleeps to spend time in nature. Thankfully, I have been able to do just that … Continue reading adventuring out of nyc
After 4 months and 246 total miles of training (complete with blisters, chafing, sweat in places I didn't know could sweat, and many sore muscles), race day finally arrived. So, after carb loading like there was no tomorrow, I somehow managed to run 13.1 miles in 2:08:21. To be honest with you all, as I sit … Continue reading 13.1 and DONE
Looking for the perfect bag that's not only stylish and affordable but also versatile and big enough to carry your stuff without being too large? Look no further, friends, I'm here to save you from your tote troubles with a bag that will not only look good, but also do good: the Taaluma Tote. Founded by two … Continue reading Totin’ Around
I'm always down to eat garbanzo beans in any form, whether they be roasted, tossed in salads, out of the can, or, my personal favorite, in hummus form. Because it pairs well with pretty much everything (carrots, crackers, sandwiches, celery, etc.) hummus has earned its prestigious spot as one of my go-to snacks. My favorite brand … Continue reading Homemade Hummus and Other Healthy Snacks
Since I have started training for the Boston half-marathon, several people have asked me why I decided to sign up for a 13.1 mile race when the most I have ever run is three miles (no need to reiterate that running is not my forté). Am I doing it to get in shape? To tone my … Continue reading Why Run the Boston Half Marathon?