Happy Monday! So who on the east coast is still shoveling out from that snow storm?? Snow days lead to me drinking, sledding down a hill like a child and losing my house keys along with my favorite bottle opener. UPDATE: I went back to that hill TWICE to find those damn keys and guess what, I found them!!! See, who says I can’t do the impossible?!
Big news! So, I recently wrote an article for Athlinks that was all about pairing running sneakers with beer. Well, it turns out the right people read it and The Beer Runner himself loved it! That’s a huge pat on the back for me. He and I did a little Q & A on his blog for Draft Magazine. Check out the link here!
I know what you’re thinking… This was supposed to be a seasonal post, yet I managed to miss the fall…and summer. But hey, it’s hard work remembering all these damn beers that I drink. Just look at my profile on Untappd, I usually check in one beer then I get completely drunk distracted and forget to do the rest. I have a short attention span – oh look, a snow flake…
If you happen to be a runner, then you are most definitely familiar with the website Athlinks. However, if you’re not a runner, this is a site that allows runners to find their finishing times for races they’ve completed. If you’ve run a 5k over the last several years, then chances are there is a record of that on Athlinks.
They recently started a blog on their website. This gives runners even more of a reason to visit their page. I reached out to them a few weeks ago and they were nice enough to let me join the team! Going forward, I will be providing them with a blog post once a month. I hope you all will make your way over there to check them out. Here is a link to my first post there titled, “Lagers & Laces.” Enjoy!
Holy Thanksgiving Batman it’s time for turkey already?! My favorite holiday has officially arrived. I’m not sure that I’m ready for it, but either way…it’s here. The cranberry, the stuffing, the gravyyyy… It’s time to eat all the stuff that’s really bad for you and blame the weight gain on the winter weather.