Tag: trail running

Breakfast potatoes + long run + Christmas decor

I hope everyone had a great thanksgiving! Between the holidays and being sick I missed the last post, so this is almost a week recap! I spent thanksgiving at my clinic seeing all the sick dogs who ate too much thanksgiving food themselves! Honestly, it wasn’t a bad ER day, but I caught the crud […]

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Change + Financial Advising

I had a beautiful long run on Monday. 8 miles of trails close to work. I, like many other runners, have a metaphorical wall I hit when on a long run. Around 3-4 miles into the run I STRUGGLE. All I can think about is when I can take a break or if I can […]

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Quality time + benefits of walking your dog

And just like that, were almost through another week! The Hubbs and I finally spent an evening together on the sofa catching up on tv shows. Pretty sure this is the first night we’ve been together in the past 5 days… and we were both in the same town.  That’s life sometimes. What’s important is […]

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Canvas and cocktails, injuries, and rest

Happy Saturday!! The husband has some buddies in town this weekend, so I decided to join some work friends for canvas and cocktails! Before: Finished product: I am by no means an artist,  but it’s fun and that’s all that really matters. Afterwards I stopped for a little sweet tooth craving I love frozen yogurt. […]

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Snowy trails, salomon shoes, and bad dogs

Yesterday, I woke up to this- not a true snow fall, but enough to cover the ground and trees. You know your house is cold when your dog naps on the heater vents. Jett and I constantly bicker about the temperature our house should be. I win because I set the programmer on the thermostat, […]

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Why blog?

I’m sure the common question to ask is, why am I starting this blog? Why does anyone care about another career driven woman, runner, or veterinarian for that matter. The answer is, I don’t have an answer. I’ve thought of starting a blog for years. At some point of almost every day I think to […]

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