We all know we can’t meet our goals if we don’t keep track of progress so here’s how I did in January. You can find my original goal post here. I ran 51 miles in January. While this is not a twelfth of the 1500 mile goal I set, I am building my miles and… Continue reading January in Review
Maybe I should take that a week at a time. This Monday was going to be the start of me posting here regularly again. I was going to do a three day recap of my goals for this wonderful year I am still currently in – though my recaps would lead you to believe the… Continue reading A Better Year Coming
I realize that my year in review talked about my running last year. Then, I finally got some stats from last year via email from Dailymile.com (thanks, guys!). I now can look at this second full year of running and racing from a numbers point of view. Having always been very good at math, I… Continue reading By the Numbers
I started out the morning writing a year in review post that did not involve my running at all. I realized by the time I was 3/4 of the way done, that was pretty boring and there were just a few highlights from my year. Some did involve running – mine or someone else’s –… Continue reading Good Bye, 2010!
I did my last review of my big goal for 2010 in July. This review took place at about the half way point of the year and had already seen one revision in my goal for the year. My big annual goal had started out being that I was going run a race in every… Continue reading 2010 in Review
The last year of this decade was a huge one for me personally. I did not sit down at the end of December 2008, as I normally would, and review the past year and set expectations for the year to come. I let 2009 roll in and through on its own. Parts of that were… Continue reading 2009 in Personal Review
Just a heads up for those of you following my blog, I have joined NaBloPoMo and will be writing an entry a day for the month of January. This may be a stretch for me as I have had some turmoil in my life the last two days and all I want to do each… Continue reading Best of the Decade?