Finally doing this!

It has been far to long since I have written a post, to be honest I don’t even remember how long it has been. Why have I not written, its fear! Fear that I don’t have anything to say. Fear of what others think. Fear of jumping around from topic to topic because, I myself haven’t figured out what path I want to take with my writing.

I am coming to realize something, I need to just start. I need to just put words on the paper and create a post 1-2 times a week. I will never be able to find my path until I start. To anyone who takes the time to read this, first I just want to say thank you. Even if I only get one person to read the words I write it will be better then no one. I hope that you dear reader will continue to follow on this journey with me and see where it goes. I am scared and excited to jump in and see where this goes.

Right now I am finishing up my 100 day program that I am doing and loving. My favorite part is the live DJ that plays with the workouts. I am a huge music person so it helps to keep me motivated. I even hung a calendar on my living room wall, which I realized the other night when I get my Christmas tree put up it will cover up lol. After I finish the next 8 workouts I have a new plan. I will begin my training for my 2nd half marathon. I never did get a post done about the first one, but I am very proud of how well I did for my first one and can’t wait to push myself to see how much better I can do with actually training for it.

I ran a 10K a few weeks ago, and I realized I had a lot of work a head of myself. So, I made a promise to myself after that race I would be training harder then I ever have for my next race, which is the half marathon in April. Even if my time is not better, my main goal it to actually train (since I didn’t do much training for my first one) and run the whole thing (came close last year, ran about 9.5 miles with only stopping at water stations which I read many blogs saying do this).

I will be starting my marathon training the week of Thanksgiving. The plan, to do a Second round of my 100 days program just a but modified. I will be running for sure on Tuesday, Thursdays and Saturdays because that is what will work best in my schedule. I will do my strength workouts on Monday and Wednesday for sure, with a possible one on Saturday depending on how my run goes and how my body feels after. Sundays will be  my rest day, my body needs one day to rest and Sundays just work in my schedule.

I have found a few running schedules on Pintrest that I will use as my guide in hopes it helps keep me on track. I also got a book off Amazon to track runs and my race times which I am super excited about. Now, I am just hoping that all this excitement for it continues and it keeps me going during days that I know will be tough and I will not want to train. Living in the mid west, this time of year is cold, crazy cold. Which mean, many hours of inside treadmill running which is definitely not my favorite running. In fact if I am completely honest, I struggle to motivate myself to run on the treadmill so this training will definitely be a mental and physical challenge for me.

If you have read through all of that and made it to this point you are a saint. I will wrap this up for today. As I said my plan is to write or probably more accurate ramble in post 1-2 times a week. I am always looking for new ideas so if you got a topic I should write about please comment on this post or send me a message through the contact link.

 

Welcome

Welcome to my new blog website. If you have been with me for a while, thanks for coming back. If you are new here, let me tell you a little about myself.

My name Kimberly, I am 32 years old and proud of it. I have been married to my wonderful husband for over 6.5 year and we have been together for 11 year. We have 4 fur babies (cats) June, Kallie, Angel and Bailey.

When I was a kid I had a life saving liver transplant which has caused some other medical problems that I deal with as they come. In 2014 I beat cancer and soon will celebrate 5 years in remission.

Hobbies I have include cleaning (yes I like to clean), crocheting, knitting, sewing, reading, running, hiking and the newest riding motorcycle with my husband.

I hope you find something of value from this blog. I plan to share my highs and lows of my life to show others to find good in every situation.