Finishing a half marathon makes runners feel like a superhero. And when doing so in the most magical place on Earth, it’s hard not to feel like fearless, magical and like a princess. The Disney Princess Half Marathon really is a magical race. And after just completing it, with the swoosh of her wand, this
In exactly one month I will be transformed into a regular Disney fan to a Disney Princess Half Marathon finisher. And I already feel ready. The thing about half marathon training is it really flies by. With what seems like the flick of a wand, it’s magically the last 4 weeks of a
“I am speed.” This is among the many phrases that repeat constantly in the background at my house. That’s because my son is obsessed with the move Disney Cars 3—and the entire series. He asks to watch it daily and won’t leave the house without one of the countless cars he has from the movie.
I can barely hold my excitement in. I am about to bust as my grin grows Cheshire cat in length. I am screaming in happiness on the inside to not wake my sleeping toddler who is on my chest. My fingers are twirling along through the registering form. “Thank you for registering.” Reading this feels
Disneyland is one of the happiest places on Earth for both adults and children alike, but those who visited the California-based theme park during the holidays may not be so happy to hear their health may be at risk. According to the California Department of Public Health, nine cases of the measles has been linked
July 14-20th: Week three of my training proved to be the hardest yet. This was not because there was more runs or because they were longer distance. It was because I went away on vacation, making sticking to the program a huge challenge. This week consisted of missing quite a few runs. I packed for