Women’s Running Magazine Feature

A couple of months ago, I received an email from one of the editors at Women’s Running asking if we could schedule a quick phone call for a story she was working on. My family and I were on vacation (work-cation for my husband!) in Florida and the boys and I had driven to my grandmother’s home (she lives about 90 min away from where we were staying) for the day.

Of course I said yes and we spent about 20 min chatting about running, kids and fitting in training with a family. I was pretty excited – I assumed I would be quoted in a story – either for the magazine or for an online article. Either way, it was a pretty big deal for me.

So you can imagine my surprise when the magazine got delivered a couple of weeks ago and I saw that it was way more than just a quote. I’m extremely honored to be even be mentioned in the same section with the likes of Deena Kastor, Alysia Montano and Paula Radcliffe – all mother runners who have been such an incredible source of inspiration and strength for me through the years.

You can check it out in the May issue of Women’s Running


And the full article can be found here. 


I wanted to wish two of my close friends, Nicole and Sarah, huge congratulations on the births of their daughter and son, respectively. We were all pregnant together back in 2012 – due within 4 weeks of each other – and became good friends while sharing those months – and subsequent newborn months – together. I must have missed the memo though because they got pregnant again at the same time!!


sarahHave a great Wednesday!

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    1. Congratulations!!! That is such a huge thing, seeing yourself in print!!! It’s great that “regular” moms are featured with those we hold in high esteem. Bottom line, we’re all humans doing what we love!
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    2. Congratulations! Great article and I enjoyed the “Tips from the Coach”. Being flexible and getting up early – those are musts when you are a running mom. I may have to go out and get this magazine. :)
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