I decided this year I wanted to make a list and share my five top read posts. 2015 was such a wonderful year and this blog has changed and evolved over the past year in such a special way to me. I was actually surprised and pleased to see which ones you all liked. Here it is, my top five posts for 2015!
#5- Being The Other Woman
I wrote this as the woman I am looking back and reflecting on the woman I once was. It's a tribute to yesterday and learning to let go. "I
use to know this woman. There were many things about her I will never
forget. She lingers in my memory and once in awhile I can catch glimpses
of her if I close my eyes and take a moment to drift back in time". This post is about evolving into the person you are meant to be while not forgetting where you came from.
#4- Stronger With Every Mile
post was a recap of my fourth Half Marathon and the second time I ran
in the Vermont City Marathon as a two person team with my father. This
is one of my favorite Half's I have done and this particular race was a
physical and emotional challenge. It's about pushing yourself, believing
in yourself and achieving your goals.
#3- 7 Life Lessons That Running Has Taught Me
has done more than just make me stronger and a healthier me. Running
has given me life lessons that I can apply every day. It has taught me
patience, discipline and gratitude. "When
I began running I had no idea how it would change me. I started running
to get into shape, be more fit, and live a healthier lifestyle. I never
understood all the other things it would give me until some time and
miles later. Running would not only physically change me, it would also
become a metaphor for many things in life".
#2- Cold Weather Running: Staying Warm And Safe
I do not own a treadmill all my runs are done outside and through the
winter. In this post I share cold weather running tips along with safety
tips for running in the dark. Check it out and see some of the ways I
stay safe and warm while running in the winter.
#1- The Scar Only I Can See
post was personal to me as I share my feelings on the births of both my
boys. My oldest son was born via emergency c-section and when I found
out I was pregnant for my second son I planned and was passionate about a
VBAC (Vaginal birth after cesarean). In the end both my children
decided they had other plans for their birth. This post shares the struggle of my
feelings not to have had been able to experience a vaginal
Thank you everyone who takes time to read my words. I appreciate and enjoy all the commenting, sharing and connecting that this blog brings. Cheers to a wonderful 2015 and here's wishing you all a year ahead filled with new journeys, love, laughter, good health and happiness!