Got the Run Bug? Make those miles count in Chicago

As I've mentioned a few times, I'm running the Chicago Marathon as a SoleMate. This means I'm rising money for the incredible Girls on the Run Program locally.     It also means I've had guaranteed entry for weeks, while others are still waiting to find out if they're in.  After another incredibly emotional Boston Marathon …

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Shamrock Shuffle Race Recap & GOTR Fundraising Update

If you caught me on social media yesterday, you know I had a great race at the Bank of America Shamrock Shuffle. I have been terrible about recapping races recently, but this one I really wanted to, because I want to be able to come back to remember what I did right! Race SetupThe set up …

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My first Shamrock Shuffle… It’s going to be nuts! 

Chicago is arguably the best running city in America... And near the top in the world. It's got miles of amazing paths, great sites along the way, and there are enough races in the greater Chicago area you would need a second job just to pay for them all. Alternatively, you could never need training …

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Learning to Make Yourself Proud & My #RnRDC Goals

As a BeachBody coach, I'm constantly amazed and excited by my challengers (most of whom are some of my closest friends, as well). They make breakthroughs and progress daily and weekly, prompting me to tell me how proud I am of them. Many of them are probably reading this right now because it's on their …

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Goals, not Resolutions: My plans for 2015

In my career in 2014, I moved from Strategist (you know, within the function: Strategery) to an Operational role. I'm still responsible for my market strategy, but if I don't execute on action plans, we'll never reach the goals and vision set out in the strategy.  And, I will probably be looking for a new …

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