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One Foot In Front of The Other – Rose O’Neill Runner, Survivor, Amputee

When you face a major challenge, be grateful for it. Many people will see something difficult as a bad thing. If something goes wrong, it’s a reason to complain, it’s a time of self-pity. That won’t get you anywhere. Instead, learn to be grateful for the challenge — it’s an opportunity to grow, to learn, to get better at something. When asked why I am not envious of the other runners here. Well…envy prompts one to feel inadequate, incomplete, impotent and missing out and I am none of that! While some things might be out of our control, much of what happens is based on our thoughts, emotions and behaviors, and are largely a conditional response to our focus. Gratitude is a way for people to appreciate what they have instead of always reaching for something new in the hopes it will make them happier, or thinking they can’t feel satisfied until every physical and material need is met. Gratitude helps people refocus on what they have instead of what they lack. I lack nothing! I am whole.

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How to Dress for Winter Outdoor Running in Utah with Coach Lora Erickson “Blonde Runner”

Hello. friends. Coach Lora with BlondeRunner.com here. It’s finally snowy in Utah. I am so excited to run in the snow today! I wanted to share some snow running tips with you
Here are some highlights:
⛄️ Be sure to check the weather channel for current temperature and expected conditions before heading out
⛄️ Dress in layers
⛄️ Apply lip balm with sunscreen before you go
⛄️ Have fun!
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Winter Running Essentials (top to bottom):

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