It’s no secret I love running. Where I got that gene from is a mystery. My dad is very athletic, actually a retired professional athlete, but never a distance runner. My mom grew up just as girls sports were being introduced. She was recruited to play on the high school golf team because they needed members, and even won a set of golf clubs at a tournament – for having the worst score.
We’re a few weeks in to the new year and it’s at about this time that a lot of people start falling off the healthy eating bandwagon. Heck, maybe you never even jumped on the wagon, maybe you just thought about it. Close enough. Wherever you are in your personal healthy eating journey, it’s probably not easy. I’m trying very hard to come up with new, interesting, and most important EASY recipes for my family and me. This is not an easy task for one who doesn’t enjoy cooking. Cooking doesn’t relax me, it stresses me out further. However, I still want to try to be healthy! What’s a girl to do?? Here are some healthy eating shortcuts that I stumbled upon mostly with the help of my FB friends. Thanks.
Jennifer is a great planner and I really enjoyed learning about what she has planned for 2017. As for me, well I’m a little unfocused. I can’t really find an event that catches my eye as a must have. Of course my MAJOR goal is to stay injury free but that doesn’t count as a big race. I’m not saying I don’t have anything on my calendar, but nothing that is huge…maybe this will be the year of lots of little things…we’ll see.
Yes, we are both type A and have several plans already for the new year…I may even have some for 2018. Siobhan and I also have goals we share. After our last few years, we have one ultimate objective – get through the year healthy and injury free. We’ve yet to accomplish that, but maybe 2017 is the year! I know we’d also like to expand our Miles with Moms following and to do that we need to become more active on our social media accounts and do a better job of promoting – so look for all of that in the next few months. Then, of course we have some individual plans: