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Do You Want to Run a Ragnar?

Do You Want to Run a Ragnar?

By Princess Jodi Do you want to run a Ragnar? Doesn’t have to be a Ragnar… It could be any multi-day relay adventure involving teams, vans, sleeping in fields, navigating new places and, of course, running. Lots of running. When I was chosen to run the Ragnar Relay Napa Valley with the Another Mother Runner … Continue reading

Running on Vacation

Running on Vacation

Vacations are meant to be a break from schedules and routines, but it doesn’t have to mean a break from running! Run away from life for a week, sure, but don’t run away from your fitness goals. Some of my favourite runs have taken place while on vacation. I know that some people consider exercising on … Continue reading

Ragnar Napa Valley in 200 Words

Ragnar Napa Valley in 200 Words

200 words…that was the task given to us by the Chief BAMRs and Team Captains, Sarah Bowen Shea and Dimity McDowell. After almost 38-hours of racing and 5 months of anticipation, trying to sum it all up in 200 words was almost as difficult as my 3rd leg (ahem: almost ). So while I come … Continue reading

Road to Ragnar

Road to Ragnar

Napa Valley. I wonder if an hour goes by when these 2 little words are not on my lips or on my brain? … Nah. The countdown is on! In less than 2 months, I’ll be hopping on a plane to San Francisco (with flowers in my hair, as the song goes) to run like a … Continue reading

Cheers…Napa Needs Jodi!

Cheers…Napa Needs Jodi!

Squeal!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! As you may know, I recently threw my (wicking, sparkle) hat in the ring to be chosen for the Badass Mother Runner Ragnar Relay team, running from San Francisco to Napa Valley this September. The contest was RUN by Another Mother Runner and, if you have spent any time on this blog, you know … Continue reading

Princesses Assemble to Smash the Half!

Princesses Assemble to Smash the Half!

After the Disney Princess Half-Marathon, where I earned my Coast to Coast Challenge medal, I sadly hung up my tiara. It was over. An epic journey that started last year in Florida with my first half-marathon, and took me all the way to California and back again: in the books. And it was really over … Continue reading