Speaking of life going on, I became a member of the Idiots Running Club recently and you know something I fit in there quite nicely thank you. Hehehehe. I am having fun with the Facebook group and smiling a lot.
I kept over 20 miles for the week, which is one of my goals for the entire year. I could have added on another mile, but sometimes you just need an easy day. I plan to run a little more next week and get closer to 25.0. I have been focusing on my landing, standing tall and keeping my arms at 90 degrees.
I haven’t been running all that fast this week and I really want to add in a few strength/speed building workouts, but very conservatively. Sorry I just like to run fast, just a part of me.
This week in a word: Worried
- Running is What We Do
- Notta Road O/B – Janathon Day 2 – 1/2/12
- Earth Rocket Running Shoes & Janathon Day 3 1/3/12…
- Born to Run – My Thoughts After Reading It
- Old Running Shoes – New Uses?
- Found the Old Mittens & Day 4 Janathon – 1/4/12
- Running Log Spreadsheet Template
- New Twitter Client – Janetter
- PF flareup & Day 5 #Janathon – 1/5/12
- Is Barefoot Running Right for Me?
- Bad News and Day 6 Janathon 1/6/12
- How Quickly Priorities Change
- Bangor City Forest Run & Janathon Day 7 – 1/7/11
- Make it Easier for Us to Subscribe to Your Blog
- Easy 2.0 Miler & Janathon Day 8 – 1/8/12
This was week was a lot about changing how I write a little bit. On the posts that are not running log posts, I am trying to move away from me, me, me and trying to move more to posts that others can use.
I did enjoy reading “Born to Run” and it renewed my interest in minimalist/barefoot running. Inspite of what the running shoe companies say to me if you have something between your foot and the ground you are not running barefoot. I am old-fashioned that is what barefoot means to me.
The old TweetDeck finally stopped working for me this week and when I tried the new version, I did not like it and that forced me to look around for a new Twitter application. After a lot of searching that night, I found Janetter and have been extremely happy with it. There are a bunch of differences from TweetDeck, but now that I am getting used to them, I think that I actually am starting to like Janetter better than I did TweetDeck. It is well worth giving a try. See the link below for more info.
Danielle L. over at FitFluential piqued my interest in Pinterest again and this time I am starting to undertand it better and just beginning to use it as another place to find my blog and more surprisingly to use it for myself to find things that I want be able to find again. The more I use it the more impressed I am getting.
Here are my top ten posts for the past week based on pageviews: