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January 23, 2018

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Member Since:

Jun 03, 2013

Gender:

Female

Goal Type:

Highschool Champ

Short-Term Running Goals:

Work hard everyday at practice

Enjoy running

Personal:

Graduated from Pine View in 2017. Currently working on my generals at Snow College and planning to attend Utah State in 2019 where I'll study communicative disorders.

Favorite Blogs:

Miles:This week: 0.00 Month: 2.00 Year: 2.00
Kinvara 5 (orange) Lifetime Miles: 34.50
Kinvara 5 (yellow) Lifetime Miles: 54.00
Kinvara 6 Lifetime Miles: 166.00
Mizuno Wave Riders Lifetime Miles: 489.50
Saucony Virrata 2 Lifetime Miles: 37.00
Nike Structure Lifetime Miles: 65.50
Mizuno Wave Riders (purple) Lifetime Miles: 404.50
Triumph 150 Lifetime Miles: 330.00
Pegasus Lifetime Miles: 257.00
Total Distance
4.50

Last night I was supposed to be studying but somehow I ended up going back & reading all my old blog posts from like sophomore & junior year. It kinda made me sad because I actually enjoyed running then, like I forgot how much I loved it sophomore year because I've been kind of blinded by the louseyness of senior season. But it also made me really happy & motivated to get to that point again! So that was my motivation for today's run.

After studying all morning, I got out at about 2. planned for 4 miles. Due to lack of places to run in good ol Ephraim I went to the trail past the church that kameron showed me way back at the beginning of school. When I was almost to 2 miles I came to a turn off & decided to take it, since I never have before. It led up a hill & across the top then back down the other side, so I just kept following it. It was actually an immensely fun trail. I figured if it started going out too far I'd just cut back to the original trail. It started to wind back to the church but I ended up at someone's farm hahahah so I had to run across their property which was scary. I thought I was gonna get shot. ALSO I found the CUTEST little canal that was completely frozen over!! Cool!!  I wanna go ice skating. 

OH another thing to report. For the past 3ish weeks I've been eating only plant based foods in an effort to have more energy throughout the day. I think it really has helped me to have more energy & feel more healthy. I'm taking a break over Christmas so I can eat chocolate & stuff, but I'm not sure if I'll continue after Christmas. I'll keep you guys posted.

Pegasus Miles: 4.50
Comments
From Vis on Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 16:07:10 from 170.72.4.175

Iím glad that you love running again. Itís also good to know that youíre still alive after that attempted forced entry at your apartment.

On another note, isnít chocolate a plant-based food? I thought it came from a tree. :(

From Collin Morrison on Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 16:07:51 from 172.58.73.165

The plant based thing sounds really interesting to me, I've been tempted to lean that direction for a while but never got around to it. Is it worth it?

From Alli Peterson on Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 17:02:05 from 209.213.47.34

It was definitely a challenge, but I found it to be worth it. I don't know how big the town you're living in is, but ephraims walmart did not carry a whole lot of vegan products, so I had to get kind of creative. I ended up mostly eating protein shakes, peanut butter & jelly sandwiches & salads. I would recommend trying it out for a little while to see how you feel, but I definitely felt healthier through my days & was more willing/excited to get out & run, lift, whatever.

From Alex The Lion on Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 09:02:15 from 205.126.15.178

ill go ice skating with you

From Alli Peterson on Thu, Dec 14, 2017 at 11:29:29 from 205.126.15.220

@alex Saturday we're going to cedar

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