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    IF YOU ARE A NEW MOTHER RUNNER – KEEP GOING!

    From the moment I found out I was pregnant wit Paul to the moment I couldn’t run anymore, shortly before birth to him – all I could think about was getting back to running, getting back to my pre-pregnancy form. Only at some 12 months postpartum I could truly say that it was quite a journey, it was not a pretty journey, but it was worth it. I kept running for 37 weeks of pregnancy with Paul and I still believe it helped me have such a fast birth and helped me recover fast. But it was still a fight. After giving birth all I wanted to know from the doctor was…

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    CLOTH NAPPIES: The Math, Time vs Money.

    If you prefer Watching a video to reading follow along here! When my husband and I fell pregnant with Paul we were both in our Professional careers, Him working as an architect and he also has 2 businesses on the side that he also worked for at night, on weekends and after hours. I was working in corporate for a big company, had a good salary and saving money was always important to us, but compared to where we are now it was not as big of a deal but it was still something we always considered before doing anything. Time as money for us, everything we did was calculated.…

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    Running Pregnant Series

    I started my Running pregnant journey in 2017. It was scared and very confusing! you never know if what you are doing is correct or if you are hurting baby or if your just paranoid. I did allott of research and found that information out there was very vague and limited. I think it’s because no one can really say how it is due to the fact that every bodies pregnancy is different. Each woman’s body react differently and there isn’t really a way to say that the way it was for me , it will be for you. So I did this series from my experiences and from my…

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    WHY YOU SHOULD APPLY FOR THE ASICS FRONT RUNNER PROGRAM 2021

    At the end of 2016 at the age of 23 I found myself in a small white cubicle, in job that was not as fulfilling as I would have hoped, a little depressed and at a loss as to where everything was going and completely confused as to my plan forward. I started my running journey just because it was the cheapest way to lose weight. I loved listening to music really loud and had too many thoughts (which I still have). I ran in hand-me-down Running shoes from my mom, which I was great full for, and I posted really bad quality picture on Instagram. Haha, so bad people.…