I’ve heard some non-runners complain about the race distance stickers a lot of us have on our cars. I have always shrugged my shoulders and quietly wondered why they even care what’s on our car windows/bumpers.
I’m apparently not the only one.
Feeling hot, hot, hot
I swore this winter that I wouldn’t complain about the heat this summer, so I’m not. I’m just catching up on my reading on how to stay hydrated and keep comfortable this summer.
Here’s a very quick read with good tips.
I remember being a newbie and feeling like I was always bugging my running friends with all of my questions about everything from what to wear to what to drink to what training plan to use. They assured me I wasn’t, but still.
I so wish I’d had this long list of articles back then and am definitely taking advantage of it now that I know it exists. Happy reading.
My type A personality is showing
I continue my constant search for articles about marathon training and tips for surviving the day of the race. Women’s Running magazine has a handy list of what they consider must-haves.
I can’t seem to stop thinking about image five of 15, which features green TwentySix.2 Oakley sunglasses. I can’t decide whether they’re the same ones listed for 64 percent off on 6pm.com because the shade of green is so different. What do you think?
Scientist is the new sexy
Although my degree is in journalism and I’ve been working in the communications field for, ahem, a long time, I started my college career as a pre-vet student. And el husbando is a science teacher.
The combo may explain why I so love the #DistractinglySexy campaign. If you’ve not seen it yet, I seriously encourage you to read this piece or search the hashtag. Brilliant.
It left me wondering what my hashtags would have been were I to apply this philosophy to those who’ve been insensitive to me through the years: #DistractinglyAccentedEnglish, #DontLookLatinaButReallyAm and #DistractinglyYoungLookingButNotAnIdiot.
What hashtags would you come up with? Did you have any great finds this week?