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Friday, April 17, 2015

Giveaway Winners ....

I was recently given the opportunity to review several products for active families.  You can read all about my fabulous experiences at the link below.  Please visit their websites below and start shopping.

 

One winner was chose at random to receive the following items.  Random.org chose ……..

 

Fit Snack
Company Website:  HERE
RDM Review:  HERE
Winner:  Running in Boise HERE

Honest Fizz and Honest Tea
Company Website:  HERE
RDM Review:  HERE
Winner:  Kristen HERE
 
HB Tune Hand Band
Company Website:  HERE
RDM Review:  HERE
Winner:  Tracey Runs the World HERE

 

Congratulations!!!  Please email me at ( runningdivamom at yahoo dot com ) with your name, email and mailing address.  And, I will get you your prize!

 

Thank you for following my journey!!

 

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Tuesday, April 14, 2015

Details of a 40 mile weekend

This past weekend was an amazing opportunity to run - and run for myself.  On Friday, I started leading a new couch to 5K class for mothers.  In between that session, raindrops, sunshine and hail - I ended up running four times.  I found it to be a really productive day at home, with my business and pounding out miles on the pavement.  I coached one class, ran twice by myself and ran once with my husband before dinner - logging a total of twelve miles on Friday.  It was nice to get a few projects in here and there and then follow the tasks up with a few miles.  I didn't feel like I was devoting two hours to running, but I surely had. 
 
 
Saturday, hubby and I headed out for a sunny eight miler in the morning.  The sun felt warm and it felt great to sweat again.  I did start to over heat, as I over dressed.  I even filled back up on water before we headed home.  It was a great way to start our day.  We followed it up with a trip to Wisconsin Dells for people watching, shopping, mini golf and treating ourselves to dinner.

 
Sunday, we slept in (kid-free weekend), enjoyed coffee hour at home and then headed out for a late-morning run.  We were hoping for fifteen miles.  The first half felt pretty good and I felt in the groove of things.  At mile twelve, we were headed home for the last three miles and the wind was horrendous.  I don't know if I have run in such miserable wind before.  I ran ahead and then came back to my husband several times, before he admitted that he had just had enough.  I told him I was going to refuel at home and then head back out.  That's exactly what I did.  Thank goodness the wind was better during my last five miles.  I wanted to conquer the twenty mile distance because I was still feeling pretty good.  I put on my "easy listening" play list, so that I could just enjoy the next 50+ minutes (as much as one can!) and set a nice, slow pace. 
 
I ended up back at home after a total of 3:28:50 and twenty more miles to my belt.

 
This may have been my highest mileage ever in one weekend.  I did a good amount of stretching afterwards and hubby and I enjoyed a nice evening walk around our neighborhood, to keep our legs moving.  I always crave citrus at the end of my long runs.  So, I enjoyed fresh pineapple and some tasty oranges when I returned home.  I followed that up with a vanilla protein shake with a filling banana for extra froth. 
 
I thought I would be sore come Monday morning, but legs felt great.  I even got out with Little Dude for 1.5 miles on Monday evening.


Fear of missing out

When I started running ten years ago, I became passionate about the sport.  And  then I became passionate about racing.  It's all I thought about and all I talked about (other than my kids!).  I looked up monthly race schedules and traveled all over the Midwest to fill up my time with racing.  I planned family vacations alongside half marathons and enjoyed every minute.  And if a popular event was local - I just HAD to register.  If I wasn't running the iconic Crazylegs Classic or the Madison Half Marathon, I was missing out.  I had to be at every start line, participate in every running event, network with other runners, cross every finish line.  I wasn't a true runner if I wasn't out there participating in everything running outlet that was offered - especially if they were local.
 
 
It wasn't until I was chatting with some other runners recently, that I realized things have really changed for me.  I was asked what I was training for.  This?  No.  That?  Um, no.  Well, you must be running this?  Nope.  I listed off only two half marathons and a full marathon that I'm registered for this summer.  That's it.  For some, that may seem like a lot.  But, for me that is pretty sparse.  Yet, I'm still running all of the time.  And I'm enjoying it.  I'm just not racing quite so much.  I find I'm focusing more on longer-distance events and filling my weekends up with training instead of racing.
 
I've realized over the past year or two that being a runner doesn't necessarily mean that you need to have a rigid race schedule.  I get just as much enjoyment out of running for myself, by myself or with those close to me.  I am currently coaching six classes per week and help other individuals start or continue their journey through my training programs.  I've been putting in plenty of solo miles (40 miles this past weekend!) or am enjoying running dates with my husband.  I love mixing it up with different routes and trails and discovering new parts of my town.  Starting and ending at a new restaurant or chic coffee shop are also great perks and motivators.
 
I'm over this "fear of missing out" attitude that I have identified with for way for so long.  I'm not missing out on anything.
 
After all, it's the journey and the training that develops you and makes you a dedicated runner - it's not just that shiny medal around your neck.
 

Friday, April 10, 2015

Couch to 5K Running Classes - Summer 2015

Couch to 5K Running Classes in the Madison, Wisconsin area
Summer 2015


Classes start with one minute intervals of running/walking for 20 minutes.  After nine weeks, participants are running a 5K (3.1 mi) in 30-45 mins.
 
 
Sun Prairie:

Girls Running Club - Starts June 1 - Mondays at 5:30 PM
 
Ladies Only - Starts June 3 - Wednesdays at 7:00 PM (first class starts at 7:30 PM)
 
Introduction to Speedwork - Starts May 7 - Thursdays at 6:00 PM
 
5K to 10K - First six weeks starts April 16; Second six weeks starts May 28 - Thursdays at 6:45 PM


DeForest:

Ladies Only - Starts July 15 - Wednesdays at 5:30 PM

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Book #6 of 2015 - Hope in a Jar by Beth Harbison

This non-reader actually enjoyed a nightly reading session in 2014.  After being challenged by my daughter to read a Fault in Our Stars with her, followed by a viewing of the movie, I became hooked.  I read seven books from July-December in 2014 and am looking forward to reading twelve books in 2015.  I'm enjoying sharing my daughter's passion and carving out a different kind of "me time" after my workouts are complete.  Reading has relaxed me and is also helping me sleep better.
 

Book #6 of 2015:Hope in a Jar by Beth Harbison

I admittedly had a difficult time getting into this book at first - nearly the first 50 pages.  I picked this read up in the featured section of our library and just wasn't ready to read it.  Parts seemed to drag on where things were getting repetitive or no events seemed to be happening.  After a few chapters, I finally started to get to know the characters and enjoyed the rest of the book.  I love books about friendship and love - and this definitely was it.  Allie discovered her boyfriend in bed with another woman and discovers several things about herself shortly after the terrible ordeal.  Further self-discovery happens when she meets up with old friends at her twenty year high school reunion.  Friendships remain.  Cliques remain.  Crushes remain.  I'll let you learn the rest, while you turn the pages.  I also want to ready Beth's "Shoe Addicts Anonymous" soon!

Do you have a book that I should add to my reading list in 2015?

Fit Snack Review & Giveaway

Fit Snack (HERE) contacted me to review their monthly shipment of healthy snacks.  I received my March shipment and have been enjoying goodies for the past couple of weeks.  The pretty box showed up at my door, filled with nutritious, portion-controlled snacks.  Fit Snack offers monthly and annual memberships - starting at $15 per month.
 
 
My box arrived, filled to the brim with healthy goodies.  There were so many great choices for my morning breakfast protein shakes, brownbag lunches at work, and on-the-go afternoon snacks.  I received a variation of full-size and sample size snacks.


 
Fit Snack also included a workout to try out.  This would be an easy way to try out some new moves or workouts each month, and incorporate them into your daily fitness routine.
 
I really enjoyed the Sea Salt Quinoa Chips.  They were a healthy option, when I was craving salt at lunch time.  The Lentil Chips came in a close second. 
 
I had never tried sun butter before, and these portion-control packages were perfect for lunches and snacks on the go.  I enjoyed them with triscuits for an easy, portable option. I'm a huge peanut butter fan, so these were a big hit with me.  They were also easy-to-squeeze packages.


 
I received a pancake mix, which my family hasn't had the opportunity to try yet.  I really enjoyed the almond and pumpkin seed mix for a protein-packed lunch with my greek yogurt.  That was all I needed to fill me up and keep my tummy satisfied at lunch and all afternoon long.  I had never thought of mixing in pumpkin seeds with my yogurt, but it was tasty.  Unfortunately, I did not enjoy the Veggie Chips.  I tried them for an afternoon snack, and had to toss them, because I couldn't eat them.  They weren't like the typical veggie chips that I purchased.  These looked at tasted like hard veggies and I honestly just couldn't eat them.
 
 

 
I love my morning protein shakes - usually mixed with almond milk and a banana.  I love trying new brands and varieties.  They Nogii brand was great and super sweet.  I preferred Vanilla Bean over the Chocolate flavor.  These are also gluten-free.
 
I tried the Compete Energy Bites before I had to coach one night.  They were easy to snack on during my commute from work to the park.  The pack had six individually wrapped bites.  The chocolate was a little bitter, but they were still taste and chewy.  The Complete cookie was also a nice afternoon snack at work.  It was super dense and satisfied my sweet tooth.  I enjoyed the Level protein bar with coffee for breakfast one morning.  It was chewy and I would buy these protein bars again.  All of these snack options were just enough to tie me over from lunch to my workout, but didn't weigh me down.  They were a no-brainer, since they were super portable.  I could just toss them in my bag.
 
 
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Enter now though April 16.

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Love my #FitFamily

We were all getting a little stir-crazy inside on Saturday. I decided that I NEEDED to head out for my run. Little Diva said she wanted to join me for some intervals. Then, Little Dude wanted to join us, too. I was ready for some whining and a lot of walking. But, we ended up with the most amazing 5K run. These stinkers completed 3.1 miles in 35 minutes. And they kept asking when we could do it again.  We ended up going for a little jaunt again on Sunday, too.  I love that they are asking to be active.
 
 
 
 

#NoExcuses

I thought it may rain on my parade today - or that the wind may end my run early. But, #NoExcuses
 

Friday, April 3, 2015

An active couple's date night

Spent last evening's date night with my hubby - running, sushi in our running gear, a starlit two mile walk and then Hood to Coast on DVD (Have I mentioned how much I love our library??). The PERFECT date night for this active couple!
 

5K to 10K Training Group - Starts Thurs April 16!

LADIES 10K Running Group - Sun Prairie / Madison-East
Thursdays at 6:45 PM - Starts April 16
Register Now!
 
This running group is designed to take runners from the 5K to the 10K in twelve weeks. We will meet together once each week on Thursdays at 6:45 pm - 7:45 pm. Parks/locations will rotate in Sun Prairie, Deforest and on Madison's Eastside. Class starts on Thursday, April 16. Must be able to run/walk 30 mins at first class.
 
This non-competitive running group is geared towards women of all paces and abilities. Everyone will run/walk at their own pace and an out-and-back route will be planned, so that the entire group can stick together. This is a very encouraging and fun atmosphere and is perfect for runners that have run a handful of 5K races.
 
Interested in joining with a friend?? Choose the Running Buddies registration option for a discounted rate!
 
We will be training for the DMB Freedom Run 10K on Saturday, July 4 in Deforest. This race is optional and is not included with your session registration.
 


Honest Fizz & Honest Tea Review & Giveaway

I always enjoy working with Honest Tea (HERE) and trying out their new varieties of beverages and interesting flavors.  And their marketing department is always so fun to work with, too.  You have to love great employees and customer service.


This time, I was sent an assortment of Honest Fizz (HERE) to taste with my family.  I gave up soda last fall, but have indulged in a Diet Soda ocassionally, when the moment strikes.  I went from a 2-3 can per day Diet Mountain Dew addict to 0-1 per month!  These Honest Fizz organic, low-calorie sodas are a great way to satisfy my carbonation urge, when the moment stikes. 

I was sent Golden Ginger Ale, Root Beer and Professor Fizz (Cherry).  I loved all three flavors, but the Ginger Ale was different.  It was much more rich than any other diet Ginger Ale of tasted.  They didn't taste like "traditional diet sodas".  I loved it and it satisfied my sweet tooth and need for carbonation.  Honest Fizz is also offered in Lemon-Limey and Orange varieties.  I think that Little Diva and Little Dude would really like those flavors.  

These sodas have zero calories, are organic and gluten and GMO free.





Since I had given up soda, Honest Tea also sent me some of their newest varieties of Honest Tea in glass bottles.  These zero calorie teas were unsweetened, but SUPER tasty and filled with interesting flavors.  I loved them.  The Cinnamon Sunrise herbal tea was amazing and filled with flavor.  It tasted of cinnamon and ginger.  I love ginger!  Speaking of ginger - I also tried the Ginger Oasis herbal tea, which I loved even more than the Ginger Ale Honest fizz.  These were PERFECT to tote along in the car while out running errands.  I always carry a bottle of water or flavored water with me and these were perfect to place in my car and tote bag, to keep me hydrated all afternoon.  These will be amazing out on the porch on a sunny day this summer!





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Assortment of Honest Tea 

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Enter now though April 9.

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Friday, March 27, 2015

HB Tune Phone Hand Band Review & Giveaway

Do you love running with your phone, but struggle with how to carry it with you?  If you carry your phone in your hand or like to avoid arm bands, you need to check out HB Tune (HERE).


Whether it is a safety issue, or you like running with your tunes on your phone, it can be difficult to haul around your phone on any run - short or long.  Some arm bands are bulky and annoying or slip down.  Carrying your phone in your hand, you may get hand cramps or even worse - risk dropping it.

These handheld cases are easy to use and are typically worn on your non-writing hand.  I love using handheld water bottles, so it was easy for me to use this.  I can place this in my left hand and my handheld water bottle in my right.  I'm fueled and loaded and ready to run!!!





These phone cases come in a variety colors and sizes for every type/size of phone.  They also include a spot for your emergency contact information and allergies.  I of course loved the pink case and it fit my scratched-up iphone easily.  My thumb and my hand slipped right into the adjustable comfort band and was indeed super comfortable.  The back was super soft and didn't rub or chaffe.  You also have control of your touch screen and are able to change songs easily.  This is much easier than struggling with an arm band and being further distracted or having to stop your run to adjust your tunes or answer a call.

I don't and won't always carry my phone with me, but it is nice to have the option now.  











These hand held phone cases retail online for $24.99.  Interested in placing an order?  Use discount code RDM10 for 10% off of your order.



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HB Tune Phone Hand Band

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Enter now though April 9.

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Tuesday, March 17, 2015

One Year After Taking the "Leap"

A little over one year ago, I took a leap of faith.  I submitted my resignation at my position - working for the State for fifteen years - fourteen years in my role.  I fell in love with leading my couch to 5K programs over the past three years and wanted to do more of it.  I felt like it was my calling - and still do.  I didn't feel like I was destined to sit a desk all day every day.  I was getting burnt out on working 8-10 hour days at the office and then heading around town to coach and run for a couple of hours with clients every night.  I was trying to schedule EVERYTHING in when I didn't have my kids (having custody of them only half-time) and I was at my breaking point.  I was also going to be assistant managing a running store in town, which I already had a great relationship with.  

Shortly after I cleaned out my desk, I was having anxiety.  My regular paycheck was no longer automatically showing up in our bank account.  We were paying triple what we previously were paying for health insurance.  I was counting every penny.

I wasn't sleeping.  My husband wasn't either.  My wheels would turn at night and I couldn't shut my mind off.  

I felt like every free moment I had (non-free time as well) had to be spent building my business, working on my blog and obtaining new clients and venues for holding classes.  I felt like I had to act on every opportunity, or failure could be right around the corner.  Even after a night without sleeping, I was waking up before 5:00 AM to work in my home office.

I was working nights and weekends at the running store.  This was still done when I didn't have the kids.  So, I was hardly seeing my new husband.  We were newlyweds of five months at the time.  The evening and weekend hours were also effecting my coaching schedule and personal racing schedule.

The schedule did work around my schedule with my children.  So, I was able to keep them out of daycare.  I valued the time with them after school and on our weekends together.  That was the one positive change.

They say that dreams should scare you.  I absolutely agree with that.  But this wasn't worth it.  The current situation wasn't making me happy.  

I was able to find a half-time opportunity back with the State that offered me all of my full-time benefits.  My employer was able to work my work schedule around my kids schedule, and I could still pick them up from school.  I was coaching 3-8 times per week.  Life was good.  Overtime, we still struggled financially, as this was a drastic demotion in responsibility and financially, so I took on an extra day of work.

Almost one year after going "back to work", my business is still thriving.  But, most importantly my kids are enjoying all of their extra time with me.  Those couple of hours after school are an amazing opportunity to connect, catch up on the events of their day, serve healthy snacks, complete homework, run them to sports and activities, run errands, go on walks and bike rides, and workout with them at the gym.

I was recently able to accept a promotional opportunity at work that offers me the chance to work even less hours.  This opportunity is also challenging me and a great fit with my experience and interests.  I cried happy tears on my drive home the other day, because I am truly the happiest I have been in a long time.  

I am currently:
  • Working in the office 22 hours per week
  • Working my business and keeping up the house 2 1/2 days during the week
  • Coaching 2-6 times per week
  • Picking Little Diva and Little Dude up from school 2-3 days per week
  • Have my weekends free for family, friends, racing and running 
  • Pretty content financially and carrying my family's health insurance
  • Sleeping well
  • Beyond happy! :)

Luckily, my business has been able to supplement the income that I lost from leaving my long-term position.  I like to have nice, reliable things that make my family and I happy, safe and content.  I just don't need to have the best - or the most - of everything.  We live modestly.  Almost all of my children's clothing has come from second-hand stores or garage sales (since birth), I meal plan and purchase generic, we have reliable vehicles that suit our family.  We are purchasing a home that we are comfortable with and are not over-extending ourselves.  I've always realized that it isn't the things that make us happiest.  It's the experiences.  

This year has also taught me that you have to say NO.  If an opportunity - or obligation - doesn't better myself, my family or my business, I have learned to politely say "no".  That is very difficult for me; someone who "has a fear of missing out".  Even if opportunities do relate to my business pursuits, but don't fit into my family's busy, unique schedule, I can now say no.  And I'm ok with that.

This past year has definitely had twists and turns of all kinds.  People ask me to justify decisions and changes I've made over the past year.  Why this?  Why that?  I still believe that everything happens for a reason - and teaches you something.  If something doesn't feel right, then it probably isn't.  Since my divorce, I've learned that I am in charge of my own destiny.  Change can cause intense struggles.  But, make a few adjustments to set you up for success - and life can be amazing.  Life is a process.  An amazing process.



Embrace the process.


Embrace the process.
Embrace the journey.
Embrace yourself.


It’s your process....
It’s your journey.
Earn it. Live it.
LOVE IT. LOVE YOU.




Kura Smoothie Protein Powder Winner ....

I was recently given the opportunity to review several products for active families.  You can read all about my fabulous experiences at the link below.  Please visit their websites below and start shopping.

One winner was chose at random to receive the following items.  Random.org chose ……..

Kura Smoothie Protein Powder
RDM Review:  HERE
Kura Website:  HERE
Winner:  Jordan HERE

Congratulations!!!  Please email me at ( runningdivamom at yahoo dot com ) with your name, email and mailing address.  And, I will get you your prize!

Thank you for following my journey!!


[If you would like YOUR product, event or website featured on Running Diva Mom, please email me at ( runningdivamom at yahoo dot com ) ]

Friday, March 6, 2015

Kura Smoothie Protein Powder Review & Giveaway

I've been testing out several different protein powders since last summer.  I was not a breakfast eater at work and would be starving by lunch.  I now love filling up on a protein-packed shake for breakfast.  I enjoy my shake on my way into work or at my desk.  They are also great for moms that are on the go.  I've tried products all over the market and in various price ranges.  I recently tried Kura Smoothie Protein Powder (HERE).  I was sent the following flavors to try:  chocolate, vanilla and berry.





















I mixed each flavor with almond milk and a banana.  Each flavor is already packed with fourteen grams of protein, vitamins and minerals, as well as probiotics and prebiotics, Omega-3's and is GMO free.  Their products are also gluten-free and no artificial sweeteners.

If you are looking for an overly-sweet protein shakes, I found that these weren't as sweet.  And like many protein shakes, they frothed up better with a banana and some ice mixed in the blender.  I mix all of my smoothies in a blender versus a blender bottle.















































Little Diva and Little Dude have also been enjoying an occasional protein shake before school.  They really liked the chocolate flavor with a banana on their way out the door.  It's so easy to whip up a batch for the entire family and fill up to-go cups.  Chocolate would also be great with some peanut butter or Nutella.

Were you once an Orange Julius fan??  Give this a try.  Kura suggests mixing 1 scoop/packet of the vanilla flavor with 1 cup of Berry yogurt; 1/3 cup of orange juice; 1/3 cup of unsweetened almond/coconut milk.

For a Coco-Lemon Berry smoothie, try mixing 1 scoop/packet of the Berry powder with 1/2 cup of coconut water; 1/2 cup lemonade and 1/4 cup ice.  This would be so refreshing poolside.

You can shop for Kura products online and on Amazon.com or their products are available at Sprouts and Whole Foods in the South West.  

Running Diva Mom readers receive 10% off of their order at Amazon:  KURARUND







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Kura Smoothie Prize Pack
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1 – Become a follower of my blog or already are?!  LEAVE ME A COMMENT

2 – Follow Running Diva Mom on Facebook HERE.  LEAVE ME A COMMENT

3 – Visit the Kura Smoothie website HERE and tell me what you think is fabulous.  LEAVE ME A COMMENT

4 – Become a fan of Kura Smoothie on Facebook HERE (and let them know Running Diva Mom sent you!).  LEAVE ME A COMMENT

5 – Post about this giveaway on your blog, Facebook or Twitter (@RunningDivaMom @Kura Nutrition​ #RunningDivaMom) account. LEAVE ME A COMMENT FOR EACH.

Enter now though March 13.


[If you would like YOUR product or website featured on Running Diva Mom, please email me at ( runningdivamom at yahoo dot com ) ]

[I frequently review products for active families and am not paid for my reviews.  I do receive free products to review.]