A Thanksgiving race is a must!
Last year was my first year running a Thanksgiving race and after repeating that for a second year, I plan to run every Turkey Day. (Or non-turkey day if you're me.)
This was my first time at the Fisher Cat's Thanksgiving 5K. I actually planned to run a different race up until about a week before, but when I realized running this 5K would get my milage high enough to complete the Millennium Running Series and earn a jacket...decision made.
One week ago I ran a marathon.
It was hard, but it was awesome!
I'm glad that I wrote some thoughts down the day after the race because, honestly, I've forgotten most of the details already. I'd compare it to my wedding - a memorable moment that I don't remember any of.
Monthly meet up - Month 2! This one doubled as a meet up and a fundraising event for CCFA and it was SO FUN! We had a small private aerial yoga class at Kama Fitness where we got to do inversions and the poses I think are really fun! We were all having a great time and were all a little bit daring, so we just kept moving on to better and better stuff :)
I am secretly (or not so secretly) obsessed with psychics/mediums, etc BUT I had never been to one. I mostly just watched every single medium show on TV and have been learning more and more about all things spiritual. I was kind of afraid to go to a psychic or a medium because I was unsure of what they'd say. I wasn't sure if I should go alone or with someone. I was just NERVOUS!
I found out about a series of psychic fairs in New Hampshire and was planning on going to one this weekend with my sister and some friends. Schedules didn't work out and I was going to have to go alone. Should I still go? Should I save the money? Should I avoid the thing that makes me nervous?
And I had two very different types of readings.
Hi, I'm Jessie!
I live in NH with my husband and our pup. My favorite things are coaching Girls on the Run, eating good food that I didn't have to cook, helping other people work on their health, volunteering for and running races, watching tv, doing yoga, and spending too much time on social media. #Balance