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Staying Motivated

I have shared my thoughts before after experiencing the post race blues. I have also written about race burn out, and taking some time off from racing. I feel that it is really important for me to share my thoughts about running and racing with such a large community of runners. We can’t always be charging forward towards the next …

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Back Again

Cover photo: Seek The Wild Well, here I am again, back in Costa Rica for another season of awesome adventures in this country I now call my second home. Some how I got lucky enough to live in two different countries… half the year in the adventure capital of Canada and then just as winter comes, I fly south to …

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Coming Back After Baby

Many of you have been there… new baby in front of you, your last run a few weeks or months behind you. There are so many questions… how do you come back, where should you start, how long is it going to take to be yourself again. Returning to running postpartum. This is a tricky one to discuss because it …

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That Voice Inside

Ambassador Rhiannon is bravely sharing her story of dealing with chronic recurring Endometriosis and Adenomyosis… This is her journey of dealing with it to finally doing something about it for good. We thank her for being so brave to open up and share her story… maybe it can help someone else. If you’ve ever been someone that has experienced persistent …

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A Year to Me

Christina shared her biggest achievement yet on our Run Like a Girl community… she completed her first half. She wrote: My first half is in the books!! I met my sub 3 hr goal… A yr ago i was struggling for 3 miles… 17m ago I was 385lbs… Today…I AM A HALF MARATHONER!!! Here is her story… In May of …

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Moments I’ll Never Forget

No doubt I have some memories that Run Like a Girl has given me.. and after another successful event, I started to replay some really special moments that I am so grateful to have. Watching people cross finish lines, over come their fears and push themselves through challenges they never thought possible are moments I will never forget. So, this …

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6 TIPS FOR BEATING THE WINTER BLUES

Running through the fall and into the winter can be a tough thing for even the most seasoned runner. And whether we like it or not… winter is coming. (Gosh that sounds so cliché now, thanks GOT!) I will be honest.. I have a really hard time staying motivated when the days get shorter, the nights get colder and it …

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What is the Coastal Challenge?

What exactly is the Coastal Challenge? We get tons of emails every month from people inquiring about this 6 day stage race in Costa Rica. And this year, we are so excited for 22 runners to toe the start line of the race this year with our love and support. Almost 3 years ago now, the three of us toed …

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An Adventure in Peru

My first international trip with Run Like a Girl in Peru was just that, the first of many! Meeting the RLAG ladies person for the first time in 2016 in Squamish was the start of a new chapter for me. All of the new activities opened up doors to really start living my adventure life. So, 6 months later when …

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A Peruvian Adventure

One of our ambassadors, Carre, just came to our very first Peru Adventure trip. Carre has now been to every trip we have offered and is gearing up for the Coastal Challenge in February. Here is her experience in Peru! I am home from Peru and just finished washing all my trekking clothes and unpacking.  I wanted to sit down …