Rise and shine. There are many benefits to getting up early. I know that these include things like increased productivity, but it’s just so tempting to stay in bed. But as a mom of a newborn, I wake up around 5 a.m. to feed her. Like any sane person, I then usually go back to
It’s time to rise and shine. And for many of us, that means getting a run in is the first thing on our agendas. Waking up early to go for a run can be extremely hard. We love to sleep. We need more sleep. So it’s really tempting to hit that snooze button and put
Get Your Family Out the Door on Time By Jennifer Kelly Geddes for Discover and Play The dog needs walking, the kids are hungry and you can’t find your car keys. Sound familiar? Well, you’re very much not alone. But take heart: The a.m. rush does not have to send you over the edge.
Last night I posted about my interval speed run and how good I felt after. So after I hit that publish button, I went ahead and enrolled in the Map My Run MVP (If you use Map My run, let’s connect email: firstname.lastname@example.org). It appears I was excited to use the interval feature on the
I was deep in an underworld of slumber, following behind someone guiding me through empty rooms that were a mix between a factory and a school in video game like realm, jumping up and scaling pipes and ducking against walls 007 style, when my alarm went off. It was 6 a.m. I made myself a