I wanted to take a moment and give my utmost gratitude to lululemon athletica. The company was woven in and out of my blogging experience like a beautiful quilt. Not only were they with me as my part-time employer, but the employees encouraged me daily and the community had become my support group. Although I am no longer with the company, they continue to show love and support for my personal goals. Ultimate definition of a dream company. All of this reiterates my gratitude for what lululemon has helped me achieve and my sadness to leave such a meaningful chapter in my life behind.
Five million thanks for everything you have helped me create and for all of the undiscovered goals, ideas and relationships that lululemon will continue to cultivate in other individuals lives. Hats off to you. Humbled and wordlessly grateful.
*Click the picture to see the blog that inspired my endless blabbering!
Day 157: 4 mile run
Day 158: 3 mile walk with a friend in Washington Park
Day 159: 5 mile run in Washington Park
As the weather gets warmer, my legs grow antsy for a consistent running season. My running goals have remained unmet and the same for years. This year, with the combination of the blog, our wedding and a fast running fiance; I meet my goals. Please excuse any repetition in declaring my goals, it just helps me solidify the importance of them in my life:
- Run the Colfax half-marathon in under two hours in May 2012
- Run 4-5 days a week, three miles minimum leading up to the half
- Keep up with Mike for a five-mile run
- 2-3 days a week of yoga to keep me stretched and balanced
- Eat to fuel my body for goal achieving (aka: a fueled body feels better during workouts)
There they are, plain and simple. What are your goals for this upcoming season? Whatever they are, make them attainable, fun and give yourself lots of loving rewards along the way. Want some support? Enroll your friends, family and make public declarations of what you want to achieve. You can do it, I guarantee you that…now you guarantee yourself the same thing!