My New Years Resolution for 2019

Hey!   I have been thinking a lot about what could be different this year and there are a lot of things that have already changed throughout the last few months which make it difficult to set resolutions for this year. After careful consideration I have picked a few things that I think are realistic … Continue reading My New Years Resolution for 2019

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That New Years Eve Run where I finished 1st

New Years Eve started out with an early wakeup call at 5 a.m. so that I was able to fuel for my 7 km run that started rather early, at 9 a.m.. However, I was worried that I might not be able to run in the race if I didn’t show up right when registration … Continue reading That New Years Eve Run where I finished 1st

How To Brave Winter Running – or a Runners guide to not killing yourself while braving the Canadian Winter

Hello Runners! I don't know about where you live but Calgary just got hit with its first massive snowstorm of the autumnal season. The expected blizzard was so bad that snowplows from another major city centre were brought in the day before in preparation of the first white fluffy stuff of the season. Luckily I … Continue reading How To Brave Winter Running – or a Runners guide to not killing yourself while braving the Canadian Winter

Scotland Part 2: Some castles, and an overrated lake

  After watching Outlander I was very curious about some of Scotland's history, so once I picked up my rental car on Sunday morning I wanted to see the Culloden battlefield. While there, I encountered several locals walking their dogs on the grounds. There are some walks you can do around the battlefield. It was … Continue reading Scotland Part 2: Some castles, and an overrated lake

Home is where the heart is: An unforgettable trip to Scotland – Part 1

I arrived at London Heathrow at around 11 a.m. on  Sunday and went straight to the tube to head to King's Cross Station. The underground system in London is quite extensive and amazing compared to what we have in Canada! Within 45ish minutes I arrived at King's Cross Station and headed for a brief walk … Continue reading Home is where the heart is: An unforgettable trip to Scotland – Part 1