{Friday Fab 5}

{#1-Date Night}

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I’ve always believed dating your spouse to be important. We laughed and talked so much during our date night! I used the Incredibooth app! Love it!

{#2-Modified Fall Training Schedule}



I’ve come to terms that my original PR goal for the Big Cottonwood Marathon in Utah won’t be happening. Is this training plan anything like my previous one…NO! Am I 100% I can do this plan with the ankle…NO! Am I going to try…YES! I’m going to run easy and what I can for a couple weeks building my miles back up so I can finish this race. With coaching high school cross country (assistant) and team dinners each week, I will only be planning to run four days. This will also give me more rest days to rest, ice, and monitor the ankle. You’ll notice biking made it on the schedule. I plan to bike one day per week or in place of runs if needed. Some days will go as planned. Others will be a wreck I’m sure!

{#3-Future Date Nights}

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Ryan and I are reinstating date night as of this week. We are making this little project to help us stay committed to the idea during the crazy work weeks. Make one with your spouse or significant other. Keep things fun and interesting because no matter what life throws at you, they are your other half.

{#4-Pilgrim Pacer Marathon}

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I signed up to run this marathon for my Kansas race because of the time of year (after cross country is done and fall) and the cool race medal! I’m a sucker for holiday related race events.

{#5-Today is tomorrow!}

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No more tomorrows! I will get things moving in the right direction-TODAY. I’m going to the grocery store-TODAY. I’m going to run-TODAY. I’m going to put laundry away-TODAY.

What will you do TODAY? This weekend?

Happy Weekend!

4 thoughts on “{Friday Fab 5}

    • I loved it,too! It is too easy to get caught up in regular chaos and forget to go on dates. When we did plan date nights we ended up saying what are we going to do? This takes the planning out!

    • I can’t not follow a plan. I would be too all over the place and if I’m being honest, would miss runs. As much as I like to run, life gets really busy sometimes. If a run is on my schedule, then I am more likely to complete it. It also gives me purpose for each run. Is it a recovery run, hill run, etc. I also like being able to look back at how I did and compare plans to race performances. Plans aren’t for everyone though! You run so much without a plan! Why do they scare you?

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