The fear of Cancer

My dad recently urged me to have a suspicious spot on my nose checked out for skin cancer. I had the spot for several years and had it checked out long ago by a dermatologist in Canada who assured me it was a blood vessel directly underneath the skin - not cancer. In retrospect, I … Continue reading The fear of Cancer

The Races for 2019 so far

Hi frunners! I wanted to briefly check in with you and give you an update on some of the races that I have finally decided to sign up for. For the most part I take these races seriously. However, there is one small event I am actually quite excited about. Check them out below (none … Continue reading The Races for 2019 so far

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