March 2017 Miles & Pages

March 2017 Miles & Pages

March Miles

  • 91.10 miles for the month
  • 377.80 miles for 2017
  • Germantown Half Marathon; 2:03:59 (and a mild-to-moderate hamstring strain)
  • 16 epsom salt soaks

March Pages

  • Books Read (links take you to my review):
    Dead Letters by Caite Dolan-Leach
    The Fall of Lisa Bellow by Susan Perabo
    Our Short History by Lauren Grodstein
    The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley by Hannah Tinti
    The Woman in Cabin 10 by Ruth Ware
    Good Clean Food by Lily Kunin
    Marlena by Julie Buntin (review coming!)
  • Audiobooks:
    Behind Her Eyes by Sarah Pinborough
    The Stranger in the Woods by Michael Finkel
  • Favorite Book:
    As always, I have a tough time narrowing the field; I'm going to say The Fall of Lisa Bellow and add The Stranger in the Woods as my audiobook selection. I think EVERYONE needs to read/listen to The Stranger in the Woods; such an intriguing, thought-provoking story! 

Etc.

  • Most Popular Blog Post of the Month:
    My list of Best Books to Read on Spring Break 2017 was the winner, by far; second best was my recap of the 2017 Germantown Half Marathon
  • From the Diary:
    A reflection of my journey, over the past year, toward a lifestyle of intuitive eating and the way in which my intent is often drawn into question by our culture of diet obsession: I Just Wanted to See the Books
  • Obsessions:
    The new S-Town Podcast, even though I didn't begin until the last week of the month; if you're not listening to this, you need to be. 
    The process of brewing my own kombucha...to be continued! 
  • Two years ago, running hero Lauren Fleshman sent me a good luck tweet and I finally met, in real life, one of my closest friends. 
  • Last year, this book was an amazing discovery and is a nonfiction favorite of mine. 
It's Monday, What Are You Reading? (4/3/17)

It's Monday, What Are You Reading? (4/3/17)

Two on One: Our Short History and The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley

Two on One: Our Short History and The Twelve Lives of Samuel Hawley