I have been lucky enough to collaborate with Jaybird over the past 2 years. Jaybird headphones are designed with runners, athletes, and adventurers in mind creating durable and rugged wireless headphones with quality sound that can be adapted to your own preferences through the Jaybird App. I first tested their Tarah Pro headphones at a […]Read More JayBird Wireless Headphones Review
As an avid traveler, unfortunately I’m not immune to airline mishaps. Delays, missed connections or even flight cancellations are sometimes a result of trying to get from one place to another. Hopefully, for your sake, it’s not too common but if you have had the experience of a flight annoyance, Compensair helps to fight for […]Read More How to Get Money Back from Delayed or Cancelled Flights
In December, I was given the opportunity, through my partnership with World’s Marathons, to travel to Rhodes, Greece to run the Roads to Rhodes International Marathon. I was thrilled. I had never been to Greece and running a marathon in the country of the original marathon was a bucket list race for me. The stars […]Read More Roads to Rhodes International Marathon
November 4, 2018 I finished the 2018 TCS NYC Marathon in 4:28:55, but the finish is not the whole story. Let me start from the beginning. I have entered the lottery for the NYC Marathon every year religiously since 2010. Every year I waited patiently for the lottery results to get let down when I […]Read More 2018 TCS New York City Marathon: Race Review
I’m thrilled to share the exciting news that I’ve been selected by Garmin to become one of 30 people chosen to be a member of the Garmin Crew. This is an honor as I’ve been wearing my Garmin Forerunner 620 watch since 2015. It’s literally been a necessity to my running and training for the […]Read More Garmin Crew Member
Well, happy summer! I’m sorry I’ve been MIA but I have several good reasons for my absence. First and foremost, summer in Europe means holidays for many which means my work schedule becomes much lighter. Great for keeping up with my European Adventures but not so great for making money and paying bills. But I […]Read More Where Have I Been?
Well, I’m finally finishing up my blog posts about my Singapore trip and the things to do in there and near by South East Asia. If you’ve been following along, I appreciate your support and patience as I know some posts were not always a week apart. I have to admit it’s because I’ve become […]Read More What to do in Singapore and from One Runners Perspective. A weekly series of daily itineraries: Day 9