A Blogging Break

Hi guys! It’s been quite a while since I last posted, but I’m still here. October quickly became a break in blogging, running, all forms of exercise and honestly, I don’t feel guilty. It’s been quite the stressful month between life and work, but things are starting to slow down quite a bit. So, let’s catch up.

  • Work has been crazy busy. Mid-August to November is our busiest season. Everything has been non stop, I’m really starting to think we need a fall break for a day or two in October.
  • Running has been non existent. I’m still getting pain in my foot once in a while, depending on what shoes I wear or how often I’m on my feet for that day. I’ve decided to take the month of October off and start back up in November.
  • Yoga, well, it hasn’t been going well. I haven’t been to class since June, but I plan on changing that come November. I’m in need of some deep OM.
  • Big news is coming Monday. The past two months of stress have been leading up to something very exciting and I can’t wait to share!

November is right around the corner and I’m really looking forward to it. I have high hopes of getting back on track with running and building up my base miles for next year’s races. Since my spring race isn’t until the end of May, I have plenty of time to build my running back up and try new things. 2013 hasn’t been the best year, which means I’m definitely looking forward to my running in 2014.

So that’s my life in a nutshell right now. I’m looking forward to things slowing down so I can take some time out to relax.

Do you ever take a break from blogging? A break from running? Any suggestions on new fitness plans I can try during base building?

 

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4 thoughts on “A Blogging Break

  1. Melissa says:

    I took a break from running for pretty much the entire summer. At first I felt guilty about it but after packing a million races into the spring, I was just NOT interested in running. And then when I started up again, it was OMGILOVERUNNING. And at 4am. Weird.

    So I think the break will be good for you – and for your foot! Excited to hear the big news next week 🙂

    • masher52 says:

      I don’t blame you for taking time off during the summer. I get too hot when I visit Dallas every February, can’t imagine the heat.

      I think every runner has that moment where they need a break from running. Distance make the heart grow fonder, right?

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