May 2014 Recap

May was a fun and exciting month for me. In January had you asked me if I was going to be competing again this spring the answer was, ‘No.’ I was intending on… Continue reading

Don’t Make Food Your Enemy

Most of my posts are about me, my racing, and my training but this week I have been inspired to post something about the recent success I’ve had. It has nothing to do… Continue reading

#SL10k in Support of Camp Ooch

A few years ago there was a break up with the 1ok that went down Yonge street and two races emerged, the Yonge Street 10k as part of the Canadian Running Series (supporting… Continue reading

#BumNation Bum Run 2014

The Bum Run is a great little run in support of Colon Cancer Research that takes place in downtown TO. The race was moved from August to April since people complained about the… Continue reading

#HSROT 2014

Harry’s Spring Runoff #HSROT is a Toronto tradition. It usually marks the end of snow and the beginning of spring. It’s a great way to challenge yourself and see how well your winter… Continue reading

#RagnerNO 2013 – We Came. We Saw. We Conquered…

… 311 kilometers from Coburg to Niagara Falls as part of the inaugural Canadian Ragnar Relay. #TeamWheezy was amazing. It was a group of 12 runners, plus 2 van drivers, that came together… Continue reading

May Recap

May, or it might be better known as Maybruary, was a great month of training and some early races. It all started with a training camp down in Boone, North Carolina. Despite the… Continue reading

Top Tips for Preparing for a Cycling Event

Back in April I was asked to attend an event at Maison Vitess; a bespoke cycling builder where speed meets comfort (the bikes are absolutely beautiful). The event was to inspire new women… Continue reading

You Can’t Always Get What You Want

I’ve heard before that I always get what I want. For the record, I don’t. Although, often I do chase after the things that are important to me. I will ask those questions… Continue reading

Process Vs. Outcome

vs I have been thinking about this a lot lately, setting my yearly goals based on process instead of an outcome. Huh? Set a goal based on process? But it’s so much easier… Continue reading