I finally finished How Bad Do You Want It by Matt Fitzgerald. I really enjoyed this book. Fitzgerald builds a true story through each chapter to demonstrate the topic. He breaks up the story, so you have to keep reading to find out what happened in the race or event. The book also doesn’t get […]
Runs on Espresso is a place for people who love to drink coffee and run for fun. There’s a lot of running talk, some gluten-free food talk, and sometimes random thoughts.
Why gluten-free? Because I have celiac disease and can’t eat it. I still eat donuts, cookies, and tacos so there’s a reason I need to run all those miles.
Runs on Espresso is about balance. Drink your coffee, run your miles, and enjoy that Reese’s bar.
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I finally finished It. It only took me three weeks and three days. I liked the story of It. I thought going in the book was about a killer clown. OMG, it was so much more than that. Also, not as scary as I recall the original movie. I mean, I was like 10 when it came out […]
Life is still a bit crazy around here. I am still sheltering in place. I got a mask and attempted the grocery store on Sunday. It was a bit of a clusterfuck. Not sure I’ll be doing that any time soon. People weren’t even attempting to social distance. Many were unaware that there are other […]
For the past five years, working out has been a struggle for me. When I look back before I was diagnosed with celiac disease, I was incredibly active. I was training for half marathons and doing things like P90X and RushFit. I was at a good weight, and I feel I looked pretty good. I’m […]