Author: runfreeordienh

Feels Like Home – Conquering all 6.2 miles of the Market Square Day 10k

Feels Like Home – Conquering all 6.2 miles of the Market Square Day 10k

Market Square Day has always been one of my favorite races. There’s something so freeing and exciting about running on your home turf and giving it all you’ve got. Now, I wasn’t born here in NH. I guess technically speaking, this isn’t actually my home […]

Can’t Stop Smiling – The 2019 Publix Atlanta Half Marathon

Can’t Stop Smiling – The 2019 Publix Atlanta Half Marathon

Lisa, why don’t you smile more? I have always heard this growing up and even still to this day. It seems like a harmless comment and all with good intentions, but it cuts like a knife. We are all burdened with our own insecurities and […]

Meal Prep Sundays – Fiesta Slow Cooker Chicken Spaghetti Squash Bowl

Meal Prep Sundays – Fiesta Slow Cooker Chicken Spaghetti Squash Bowl

I have enjoyed using this blog as an opportunity to share all about my life as a runner. I have shared the ups and downs through many of my training cycles. While I love opening up, being vulnerable, and sharing both my successes and challenges […]

Farewell to 2018, Ready for 2019!

Farewell to 2018, Ready for 2019!

As the year comes to a close, it is important to reflect back on 2018. It was a year full of change, a year full of goals, some met, some still out of reach, but throughout the year I continued to grow. While I think […]

Never Stop Chasing Those “Crazy” Dreams – The 2018 Chicago Marathon

Never Stop Chasing Those “Crazy” Dreams – The 2018 Chicago Marathon

Never stop chasing those crazy dreams. That’s the phrase that continues to resonate with me as I think about what happened on October 7th 2018. This continues to be a theme in my reflection on marathons and the training cycles that go with them, but […]

Find Your Passion – Pursue it Unapologetically

Find Your Passion – Pursue it Unapologetically

After clicking the submit button or signing on the dotted line, it’s only a matter of time before the training begins for your next race. On the surface, every training cycle appears to be very similar. It all starts with picking your plan. I’ve had […]

6 months later and I didn’t PR…The Wallis Sands Half Marathon

6 months later and I didn’t PR…The Wallis Sands Half Marathon

It took me a while to write this post, and a little over two weeks later here we are. It’s time to recap on the Wallis Sands Half Marathon this year. I spend a lot of time reflecting back on races. It’s always incredible to think […]

3 miles! Making progress…

3 miles! Making progress…

The road to recovery is never easy, but I never thought I would learn so much about myself through this experience. Life is full of ups and downs, and I think what I have always loved about running is, regardless of whatever else is going […]

Today, I ran a mile.

Today, I ran a mile.

Up until now, I have captured my experiences with half and full marathons through this blog. I have shared many of the challenges and successes throughout my running journey, but I think it’s time to start showing more than I have before now. I came […]

Chicago Marathon: The Sequel

Chicago Marathon: The Sequel

No this isn’t a duplicate post. Not an error. I loved Chicago so much, I just had to do it again! 🙂 I’ve always loved trying out new races, and when it comes to marathons I had never imagined I’d be revisiting the same race, […]


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