I’ve had a lot of fun over the past year traveling and running in preparation for my first marathon, the Marine Corps Marathon in October 2018. I am incredibly blessed to have the resources and health to be able to travel and run.
I’m currently taking two 6-week condensed college courses worth a total of 6 credits. These courses are on top of working full time in the PA Air National Guard with an 80 mile one way commute. Needless to say, I’m tired.
I need a break from the half-marathon distance. The traveling is tiring and the race registrations are wearing out my wallet. I’m going to continue my blog, but it’ll focus on shorter distances, overall fitness and running.
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I’m not giving up running the half-marathon distance permanently. To celebrate my college graduation in December*, I am registered for the 2020 Bahamas Half Marathon. The run will take place on Nassau, Bahamas on January 18-19, 2020. What better way to celebrate college graduation that a trip to the Bahamas? Where would you like to travel to run a half-marathon?
*Fingers crossed that I can get into the classes I need for graduation, balancing a full time job and classes sometimes requires a lot of dumb luck scheduling.