Monthly Archives: May 2015

Buying Running Shoes

A runners favorite thing to do. I actually had to unload 3 pairs of shoes I purchased right before my foot broke. I’d worn each of them just a couple times and it’s heartbreaking to let them go, even though I knew I could no longer wear them.   Continue reading

Capsule Wardrobe

I may never get to the point where my clothing is “capsule” sized. I’m not certain what the prerequisites are to hit that point, however I can tell you that less IS more.  Overall it’s a journey to learn what minimal living looks like to me.  As for the house, it’s determining what minimal living is for a family of 15. Continue reading

Minimizing – Priorities

The first thing I minimized in my life was digital.  I started there because it seemed easy plus I was doubtful minimizing would make THAT much of a difference to someone who’s fairly OCD about organizing. Continue reading

S-L-O-W-L-Y Building The Miles

Rebuilding after an injury is almost more difficult than when I began running.  In the beginning I didn’t know what to expect.  I was being blindly led by a group, absorbing all the information I could, wondering why I was putting myself through it and crossing my first finish line euphoric and ready for more. Continue reading