Hey, lovelies, do you have a passion for sharing race experiences and testing new fitness products? Are you always on the lookout for amazing running communities to interact with and do you love the color orange? If so, then the BibRave Ambassador Program is now open for applications through Saturday, November 17th![continue reading…]
Hello and happy Halloween! I hope you’re enjoying a spookalicious day with lots of goodies and treats. Kimberly and I enjoyed divvying up all the goodies that were in the October/November The RunnerBox while resting in our hotel room before the Marine Corps Marathon!
Many thanks to The RunnerBox for sending another subscription box for Joyful Miles in exchange for an honest review. (Check out Jackey’s previous unboxing video.) To learn more about their bi-monthly subscription service for runners and cyclists, be sure to visit their website and for our review, watch this video!<--more!-->
I hope you enjoy this review and as always, take care and have a joyful day!
I can’t believe it, it’s over. The Chicago Marathon has come and gone and I’m sitting here reflecting on my journey and smiling so much.
I got an opportunity to run the Chicago Marathon as a bib race pro. It would be running as part of Team in Training a fundraising program for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society. I would be responsible for raising 1750 but Bibrave would help if I was short. I figured I would be short but was so surprised and just overwhelmed by how much my friends and family donated. I went above the minimum required. Remember this if you’re ever considering running for a charity. People are so generous.
About a month ago while scrolling through Facebook I came across a post about a sea turtle who had a straw stuck up its nose. There was a video of someone with pliers trying to gently pull it out while the turtle bled from his nostrils. It broke my heart. Many remember the scene in “Finding Nemo” where Crush answers how long do sea turtles live, 152 years! I think back 152 years ago, straws weren’t even invented yet. Now all these years later over 500 million straws are tossed out A DAY!!! [continue reading…]
Cross-posted on Write, Run, Rejoice
Wow, I’ve gotten behind with these monthly recaps, with my last one being in April! Our May was crazy. And June is now just a blur. It’s now 8:50 am on July 31st and my to-do list has grown to epic proportions, but I need some chat-time before getting back to work. Setting the timer now for 30 minutes, let’s do this.
Btw, can I say how much I’m loving Grammarly? It’s already found and corrected two errors thus far. Anyway, moving on to:[continue reading…]
Happy Wednesday, everyone! I hope you’re having an AMAZING summer and that you’re enjoying every single sunny day! Ours has been wonderful so far … and August is going to be FANTASTIC!! More on that later. For now, here are some announcements and chit-chats. 🙂
OOFOS Project Pink!
Not only have I been a HUGE fan of OOFOS sandals for a long time … they still top my list of best recovery shoe EVER … but I’m also grateful to OOFOS for thinking of Joyful Miles! Jackey has already blogged about her love for OOFOS in March and recently, we received gorgeous sandals to promote Project Pink!