What Do You Look For in a Race?

What does one want from a race? When I'm searching for a race I usually look a distance and location. I don't mind traveling to a race, but if I have to travel then I want it to be on my Bucket list. I love getting a t-shirt and end of race food as well. I'm usually so hungry at the finish that I could chew my own arm off. The last thing that I want to do is have to leave the race to go eat stinky or have to wait to eat until after I shower. My Perfect Race My perfect race would be a well marked course, great fully stocked aid stations, friendly helpful aid support, an event like atmosphere, and yummy after run food thats included in my race fee and a sweet T to proudly wear the second after


BISTRO MEAL HACKS! One medium order of Sweet Potato Mash from the bistro (Natures Fare) (about 2 cups) 1 jar of Shuswap Tomato Jam (carrot would also be yummy) 1 package of broccoli sprouts (any sprout would work) 1 package of mild Italian Field Roast vegan sausages, grilled and sliced on the bias 1 Package of Black Sheep Vrie vegan cheese, sliced thin ¼ cup of flour 1 flax egg (mixed thick) or 1 egg if not making vegan Mix flax egg and let thicken. Add sweet potato mash, “egg”, and flour to a bowl. Mix until well-blended. Preheat a flat skillet to medium heat, add a small amount of oil and drop the potato mixture onto the pan making either bite size (about 1 tsp of mix) or larger (1 tbsp. o

Training Through Perimenopause #3

The Battle I know you have heard this phrase many times before but, THE STRUGGLE IS REAL PEOPLE!! I sometimes feel like I'm at war with my own body! It's behaving badly and doesn't listen to what I want it to do. I want to sleep at night but my body wants to party, shouting shower, shower (night sweats). I want to be awake and lively during the day, my body say's "no you should have a nap, you are drooling"lol. I'm giving you a time out, go to the corner you naughty body.... Humor The way I choose to deal with this is humor, potato chips, and continuing to train. I don't use the trail to get all my negative woo's out, instead I use it to laugh with friends about the most resent crazy perimen


1/2 cup cashews 1/2 cup almonds 1/4 cup sunflower seeds 1/4 cup dates 2 tbsp Organic Traditions Cranberry Supreme powder 2 tbsp melted coconut oil 1 tbsp nut butter 1/2 – 1 tbsp fresh grated ginger zest and juice of 1 lemon pinch of salt Directions In a food processor, chop cashews, almonds, sunflowers seeds, pumpkin seeds and dates. Add the nut butter, coconut oil, ginger, lemon, Organic Traditions Cranberry Supreme powder and salt. Roll into bite sized balls. Allow to set in the fridge for at least an hour. Keep in the fridge for up to 2 weeks. #fueling #recipes #runningfood #Bushbabestrailrunning #runningsnack

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