Tag Archives: running

And it begins…

Last Sunday, I had my first run with all the amazing people involved with Team Myles.  I was ready to fail…I was ready to huff and puff and fall and fail.  That’s what I told myself was going to happen.  While I may feel like I am 25 in my head, my hips don’t lie. […]

Today’s weight is

Today’s weight is: 176.1 lbs Welcome to my portion of the Team Myles blog! I’m so glad you could make it, settle in and get comfy. I hope to make this blog as genuine and honest as possible, and I hope you enjoy reading it. If you don’t, please feel free to throw tomatoes at […]

10K competed!

As we are getting closer to the ScotiaBank Bluenose Marathon my nerves are kicking in. We have been running twice a week, attending 360 fit bootcamps and TAYS yoga classes to help make our bodies and minds strong but not having run that distance yet plays with your self confidence. My friend and fellow Myles […]

It Took a Village

A few months back, one of my friends came up with an idea to run the 10k at Bluenose this year. I was skeptical. Crazily enough, one day I was scrolling through Facebook and saw the post to apply for Team Myles. I had no idea what it involved, never even heard of it before, […]

Slow but sure

I’ve been beating myself up the past little bit and feeling like I’ve let myself and those who care about me down. I had goals set and fully expected to have reached my 100lb weight loss by now but this past year has been a rough one for me with a lot of life changes; the […]

Carpe Runem!

Exciting news! Running Room called me today and said the wonderful words ‘Your new Brooks sneakers have arrived’.  I’ve waited awhile for them because they had to be special ordered for my wide feet.  I pretty much RAN to the Running Room from work on my lunch.  I’ve had a lot of trouble finding the perfect […]

Perspective

Before I began this journey, I had a goal in mind. To run 10k without stopping. I knew I would have great difficulty getting there on my own. Team Myles has been amazing and provided support and training that have been essential for this journey. That being said, I haven’t reached my goal yet. Last […]