Running has been a going through the motions kind of thing this week. I laced up on Tuesday night and again this morning because it is part of my routine. It's a good thing that it is just part of the routine because otherwise I probably wouldn't have done it if I had to think about it much.
My head has been swirling with thoughts of the new job.
new job is going, well, it's going. It's really hard to do something
else after working for the same company for 8 years. Not that the job
itself is hard--I'm confident I'll get the systems and learn the product
eventually. A lot of the aspects of my old job are fully translatable
to the new job. But I'm yearning to feel settled and in love with what
I'm doing. I'll stay optimistic that this can actually happen. The
people are nice though and that is a big part of feeling happy in the
Work, blah, blah, blah, work....
recently completed a set of articles about charity racing. I got a lot
of great information from the charities themselves. It definitely
inspired me to try it some time. I really wish that the MS society
sponsored more charity runs because this hits particularly close to
home. However, I have other ones to consider like the APSCA.
Anyone have any charity runs do's/don'ts? I'm pretty certain that if
you are able to raise the money that this is a fantastic way to race,
but I'm just curious about others' experiences. I am moreso curious about the charities that do the 'all-inclusive' packages that include travel, transportation, etc.