Monthly Archives: July 2013

Quote of the Week – 7/15

Farting is a survival mechanism. Farting is actually an everyday hero. -Mary Roach, revealing the true story on “Bluff the Listener”  

Whole 30 Recap Days 15-21

When I first started Whole 30, I thought I’d be counting down the days but the more I’m on this the more natural it feels. There’s definitely some things I’m looking forward to reintroducing (beer, quinoa, cooking oils) but there are a lot of things I really don’t miss and probably won’t other than an […]

Quote of the Week – 7/8

Well, one of his qualifications for running for, you know, comptroller, as you might say, is that his experience putting a P where it shouldn’t be, so… – Peter Sagal, on Elliot Spitzer and the spelling of “comptroller”

Whole 30 Recap Days 8-14

Remember in Elementary School when March was always described as “In like a lion, out like a lamb”?? That pretty much sums up week 2. The first part was hell and the last part was Spring Break. Days 8-10: I was a tired, pathetic mess. I had to stop 3 times during Monday’s 5 mile […]

Quote of the Week – 7/1

I regret nothing, but I am sorry to leave my friends. – Zachary Taylor I read through the last words of 38 presidents and determined that Zachary Taylor sounds the coolest.

Hatfield McCoy – Flat Stanley’s first marathon

For those living under a rock, deployed Loopster THE Col Cupcake as a sign floating around all over the country to different races. The last time I had the sign it spent the whole time in my car and I was determined to do a better job this time around. The drive to no where, […]

Whole 30 Recap Days 1-7

Since I’m taking a break from marathon maniac status, I decided now is a good time to make some changes to my diet. Well, “changes” is an understatement since the plan I chose would ask me to eliminate almost everything I love. Whole9’s original program designed to change your life in 30 days. Think of […]