One coffee at a time part 2..

As promised I keep exploring the specialty cafes in Budapest .. Let’s talk about a few more of my favorite spots. One of the first places I visited when moving back to Budapest was Pazar Caffe. It’s located just a couple of blocks from the Parliament building in Akademia street. It’s a corner store with a very…

Own Your Journey

What is your reason for working out? Someone asked me a few days ago how I stay committed. My immediate reaction was to tell him not to start exercising for the wrong reason. But then it got me thinking.. what makes a reason good or bad?! I can’t tell you how to stay committed. You have to…

Bring some clarity to yourself!

Do you ever talk about yourself in the third person? Sometimes I do as a joke but I’ve never dedicated three pages of my journal to it.. until a few nights ago. First of all I haven’t wrote anything down since we moved to Los Angeles from Budapest. I wasn’t sure why until I finally opened…

Patience

Today I managed to run two miles.. and I’m really excited about it! Why? Because I didn’t run for a week and as we all know it, NOT running sucks.. Couple of Fridays ago I could feel my right foot acting up but as a very wise runner would do, I went out and ran ten miles…

It’s been a while..

Confession time: haven’t visited my blog for months because I was too scared to look at it. I’ve been feeling guilt and laziness and I was too much of a baby to face these feelings. I knew that as soon as I opened the page all of those emotions would start to come to me…

Why NOT running sucks..

Recap on my week of (not) training. There’s a Nike shirt with a logo on it that goes “Not Running Sucks”.. and indeed it sucks! I managed to overtrain (what else is new?) and came down with a minor injury. Not exactly sure what I did wrong, besides ignoring the pain for weeks. I can blame…

Sydney in my running shoes.

I thought I would share a great moment from my running adventures. I’m going all the way back to January when I took on a big challenge and ran every day for two months. When I was in the middle of this whole running strike, my husband and I travelled around the world for 3 weeks…