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  1. Hey, I don’t know if i’m just blind, but I couldn’t find a place to reply underneath your posts!
    I just want to let you know that this is one of the best blogs that I have come accross! Great content, very motivating as well as useful and practical in everyday life. I live my life by a lot of the same things you talk about and am impressed by how well you put it into words for your readers!
    I am new to the blogging world and will be following you for sure! I hope you dont mind if I ever reblog some of your posts on my blog!

    • If you click into the individual posts, the comments section should show up. Let me know if you continue having problems.

      And thanks for the feedback! It’s really quite humbling and much–appreciated encouragement. I’m pretty new to blogging too! I really just started consistently in July of this year. Loving it so far! The health & fitness communities on blogs and twitter are so fantastic/motivating/encouraging/inspiring…. I could go on and on. 🙂

  2. Absolutely! Im about a week or two into this blogging thing and am already learning that by checking out these blogs and exploring twitter (which I am also brand new to lol). Thanks again for the posts and I look forward to seeing more!

  3. Hi Larissa! I saw you comment on HemingwayRuns asking about run commuting – not sure if you’ve already perused the site, but you can check out which might provide some information. Earlier this year, they had a post about first timers – which includes a couple of bits I wrote for a forum I post on (I’m the RunningPirate guy). I’ve only run commuted a handful of times, but feel free to ping me if you have questions.


    • Thanks for the link! (P.S. Sorry for being 2813874623509 ages late to reply….). I only live a mile from my office, so I could easily walk or jog some days. The trouble comes when I bring my work laptop home.

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