My Year To Thrive

"My mission in life is not merely to survive, but to thrive; and to do so with some passion, some compassion, some humor, and some style." ~Maya Angelou

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Upcoming New Running Game App: Run An Empire

My philosophy is: If you can’t have fun, there’s no sense in doing it.
~Paul Walker
(Brainy Quotes)

Reading a comment thread in the Fit Fatties Facebook group, I found a mention of Run An Empire. It’s a running game app (app game? story app? “strategy running game”), similar to Zombies, Run!.  The difference being, from what I can see — it’s still in closed beta, instead of earning items to build up your virtual zombie compound, you actually capture & defend the real world space you run through.

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Weekly Running Update: Sept.10-16 (& A Yurbuds Giveaway!)

“Running is a thing worth doing not because of the future rewards it bestows, but because of how it feeds our bodies and minds and souls in the present.”
~Kevin Nelson (Gibson’s Daily Running Quotes)

A picture of me before my run on Thursday.

I had a really good run Thursday, & during the run I decided instead of posting about it when I got home I’d start doing a weekly running update for those things.  This week was a tech disaster, lol, but the times I did manage to capture were pretty good.

This week I worked on 4mi.  I have been looking for a 10K training plan, but haven’t found anything that feels right to me, so I’m just taking it a mile at a time doing intervals.  Since I’m tracking how many miles I can run towards my half marathon distance though, it’s nice to be able to move it along quicker than I could if I was training up multiple miles at a time.  So that’s a positive.  I. do think I need to find a training play for the HM.

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New Path | Achieve Believe Succeed (& a running update)

New Path from Achieve Believe Succeed

New Path

This came from Aaron Schulefand’s blog, Achieve Believe Succeed, today & I thought I would share, along with a quick update.

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