Oh, hello there first weekend in May.
Some of these links were originally going t go up last weekend, but I just couldn’t bring myself to open my laptop, so they’re coming to you a week late.
I obviously love May because it’s my birthday month, but, I’m running a marathon in May. This month! Yikes?
This weekend is another working weekend for me. I worked last night, will work today and will possibly work for a few hours tomorrow and then I’ll be fitting in my 18 mile training run. Whew. It’s a busy one!
Because I didn’t post this in yesterday’s post, here it is. You’re welcome.
Because I can, I’m trying something new with link love today – let me know what you think!
How would you feel crossing the finish line with Meb? Seriously, amazing.
Thai peanut soup sounds pretty amazing right now.
High-carb, low-carb, and does it even matter?
If you were banned from a sport, should you be eligible for prize money after the fact? I’ve changed my mind on this about a dozen times, so I’m not sure what the answer is. I’d love to hear Tina’s thoughts on it (after she’s done with London, that is).
Also, how cool is it that through the internet and blogs, I can catch a glimpse into the world of an elite runner like Tina?! So cool! (psssst, here’s her recap)
Sometimes we can get caught in the comparison trap. Comparing my post to your post, and vice versa. It’s not healthy and we all do better when we help one another.
There are lots of great things on the market for runners, but this is a good reminder that we don’t need a gel for a 45-minute run 🙂
I’m pretty sure I’d come close to dying if I ran a mile in 4:38, let alone finished a marathon after.
How do you define a bad day at the office? I’m guessing it might be a bit different than Shalene.
Of all the supplements out there, which ones are worth it and which ones aren’t. A dietician’s view on supplements.
Marathons are both awesome and stupid. I never seem to adhere to my “make no decisions within 7 days of a race” rule.
If you’re a runner, you’ve probably had an injury at some point. Here are some tips to deal with the mental side of injury.
No big deal, just winning a race while 20 weeks pregnant.
I found the best line ever written in a blog post ever. You can all stop trying now.
You want to believe that manipulating macronutrients magically opens a rift in the space-time-insulin continuum that miraculously transports your belly fat to the fifth dimension?
(Thanks to Bri for posting the link to this one!)
So, I love cats and all, but when are Calvin Harris and Taylor Swift going to come out with some awesome music?!
I can relate so much to this post. We blog about fitness, yet so much of our time is spent in front of a computer.
If you have a blog and you reply to comments, you need (yup, need) to have this plugin. How else will people know if you reply?
Another one for bloggers if you’ve ever suffered from writer’s block.
Even if you’re not into the whole cowboy thing, the midway food is worth it. I’m not sure how I’m going to manage eating steak poutine, a pizza hotdog and pork mac and cheese all in one day.
Sometimes we have a bad day. It’s okay. We should never feel like we need to make our bad day worse because it’s not “as bad” as another’s.
I’m super terrible at remembering to use affiliate links – time to put some of these tips to work!
I won’t admit how much of my evening is spent scrolling, but I’m working at keeping my phone and laptop separate from me so I don’t waste mindless time.
It’s so important to never discount the importance of being mentally healthy.
Are you judging the success of your blog based upon the comments? Here’s why you shouldn’t get too fussed about the number of comments you receive.
Not all injuries need ice…..or heat. Do you know when to use what?
Any links you loved this week?
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