I’m feeling a little scatter brained today, so I think a mini brain dump is in order! Here are 5 (very great) things Friday!
1. Look at this beauty that came in the mail yesterday….
I have a lot going on with my full time job, coaching, personal training, and marathon training, so I really need a way to keep everything organized! My Gmail calendar just isn’t cutting it anymore, so I am going to give this little gem a try. It’s an Erin Condren Lifestyle Planner
Disclaimer: I was not given this planner for free or anything like that. I just want to share my organizational excitement with you all. Judgers need not judge.
2. I am running a half marathon this weekend!
Early in the fall, I mentioned that I was given the opportunity to run Zooma Florida as a part of their ambassador program. Given that my last distance race was the first weekend in December, and last week I ran my longest run (10 miles) since then, I have a feeling this half might be a bit of a poky one for me. It is a great one to kick off my marathon training!
3. I have a winner for the Ultimate Training Giveaway!!
Congrats to Gabby! You won a month of free run coaching with me! I’ll be contacting you shortly so we can start working together!
Thanks so much to all of you who entered! If you would still like some coaching, don’t hesitate to contact me!
4. I’m currently reading What the Most Successful People Do Before Breakfast and I am loving it! I plan to do a review on here once it finish it – which should be soon because it is super short! So many parts of it really relate to health and exercise, so I definitely feel it is worth the share.
5. This – I had to laugh at
See the little note on the right side of the pizza box – it is advertising a CrossFit Open House. I don’t know why this cracks me up so much, but I thought it to be a worthy share. Eat pizza, then go to CrossFit? Or go to CrossFit and then eat pizza? Moderation, right!?
Hope you all have an amazing weekend! For those of you with a 3 day weekend, are you doing anything fun? I’ll be working, but I can still live vicariously through you