What Im alllll about

Im a runner, eater, flower lovin, party plannin, post grad trying to figure it out (eek!).  Living in the state of beer and cheese is a fun adventure, and the adventure is only just beginning.  Ive been trying to figure this crazy world out, while still trying to balance my love for always being a body in motion, reading the same books over and over again, and trying to taste every good beer (okay im more of a margarita girl) and cheese in my state.


Everyday I strive to improve one thing in my life that might have been not so great the day before, and even though that is easier said than done, it’s something that is really important.

My blog will be full of ramblings of running, yoga-ing, and puppy-ing with my doggy Oakley…I also spend a lot of time on the road supporting my dreamy bf as he pursues a career in the MiLB.



7 thoughts on “What Im alllll about

  1. Kaity,

    I saw your post on Cailtin’s HTP blog (which I read everyday). It could not have hit more home with me. We seem to have very similar stories. I abused running, lost too much weight, and am now at a healthy weight, but the lack of nutrients when restricting my eating is now taking it’s toll. I found out yesterday I have my 2nd stress fracture and can’t run for 6 weeks (which means missing out on my first 2 half marathons). Weirdly enough I stumbled upon your blog later that very night. It made me feel so much better to know I am not the only one who has felt the world is over when their body won’t let them run anymore, but you seem to pull through it so that gives me hope! haha. Anyways, thanks for your blog, it helps that someone else has gone through the same stuff, and has conquered it.


    • Thank you so much for the comment! Im glad we both have come to realize the importance of keeping yourself healthy if you want to run healthy. I hope all the best for you and your recovery! Take it slow, its gonna TOTALLY suck at first, but its gonna be worth it, trust me..ive taken this time to heal not only my body but my mind, and I hope my improvement of self will stick when i start running again, and I know if you do the same thing, you will be back on the road in no time!

  2. Hi Kaity-not sure if you still check this but I wanted to let you know that I found your blog through HealthyTippingPoint’s blog and it really hit home. I started losing weight when I was 15. I woke up one morning at 129 lbs, 5’8″ and looked in the mirror to find a fat person staring back. I have an amazing relationship with my mom now but I remember her comments about herself while I was growing up. They bore into my brain and rested there until hormones, time, and stress caused the perfect storm. Three months and a little over thirty lbs later, the doctor threw up the red flag. A week later at a check up, I had dropped 4 more lbs.

    Over the next year, I really got to know what was healthy and started to build myself back up. I still struggle hearing the ‘Number’ so I simply exercise to stay fit, healthy, and happy and eat clean and as healthy as possible, while still indulging when I really want to. Everything in moderation. It’s been 14 years now and I am still working everyday to throw out those self i-love-you’s to my body. But I am strong and get stronger every day. Running is my release and my strength.

    Keep writing! You’re pretty amazing at it!!!

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