The Spring Standards

      4 Comments on The Spring Standards

First things first, make sure you enter my RoadID giveaway – there’s only a few days left!


Second, if you don’t follow me on Instagram, you may have missed this….

10270342_10100165480273209_2590956023402768552_nLast year when I ran the Bob Blazier Run for the Arts, I surprised myself and finished 2nd in my age group. After a long day Saturday and knowing that I’m working on distance vs speed right now, I wasn’t expecting anything from the run except a good time. Sure enough, I finished 1st in my age group this year! WAHOO!!!


It was a great way to start my Sunday. It was also extra surprising as I ran TO the race, picked up my bib and failed to remember that also means getting a BAG that I would then have to carry DURING the race AND while running back home. It’s just a small town race so I’m sure there weren’t too many girls in my age group but regardless, I’m so happy with how I ran and how I felt during my run. 🙂


Anyway, after the race and after grabbing coffee with a friend I haven’t seen in WAY too long, I sat down to be productive. I made some delicious paleo hummus, worked on some client training plans and started to get ahead on my weekly blogging. As I got to work, I pulled out an oldie but a goodie – The Spring Standards “Yellow//Gold” – I’m hoping this will be a refresher for anyone who forgot about this album or a great intro for anyone who doesn’t. I know I sure love it.




What was your weekend soundtrack?

Do anything fun this weekend?

4 thoughts on “The Spring Standards

  1. Emily @SinfulNutrition

    Awesome job on taking first!
    I ran a “Cinco de Miles” 5k yesterday, and while i didn’t take any real places I did finish about 200 out of 2500. I’ll take that for not running at all recently!

    1. Katie Post author

      Congrats, girl! That’s AWESOME! (My race had less than 300 runners and only 9 in my age group). 😉

    1. Katie Post author

      I always love when the parents come to town and take you out to eat, mom cleans something that you’ve been avoiding and dad hangs that picture on the wall you couldn’t do yourself. At least that’s what it usually looks like for me… 😉

Comments are closed.