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Sorry I've been MIA.  Our family finally bit the bullet and sold our house and moved!  You can check out some of the details of that on my new blog: Life Less Crazy.  I'm not exactly sure how I'm going to pull off having two blogs, or if it's really even necessary really, but I figure I'll give it a shot.  I've always been slightly bipolar, so this should at least keep me blogging on one of them, right? Yeah, you're right, probably not.....

So what does this move mean for the The Drunk Runner?  Well, first of all, it means that I'm quite unemployed.  Very unemployed, actually.  I'm enjoying this.  I do absolutely nothing all day long and then act like I'm really tired at night when my husband gets home.  I'm totally kidding.  I do actually do things: lots of organizing, TONNES of yard work, and I mix in doing absolutely nothing when I have the time.  I can't say that I've picked it up with the fitness, yet, but I'll get there.

It's summer now and I need to get some goals in place.  My good friend, Randa over at The Bewitchin' Kitchen, and I have challenged each other to eat clean and abstain from alcohol for 2 weeks starting on Monday, June 9th.  I can do the nutrition part, but the no beer during yard work is going to super suck.  I'll do it though.  Can't pass up a good challenge!  I think she has a post of this either on the above mentioned blog, or on her new blog, The Everyday Domestic.  Check it out.

I'm trying to get myself back onto a running routine....or running in general.  I love it when I do it, but holy hell does it ever take a shit tonne of effort just to put my running shoes on.  Meh....I'll get there.  I'm thinking I need to find myself a half to run in late September.  Perhaps paying for a race will motivate me to train for it.

Keep in touch drunk running buddies!  I'll be back soon.


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Boo!  I'm back.  
I've been a little MIA.  My stupid depression hit crazy hard this summer and it took me quite a while to get it under control.  I'm finally getting my shit together after figuring out a few things that I need to do to simplify some of the things in my life.  Things are going much better now!  I have a few appointments coming up to help determine what I can do to get this under control more long term.  Oh....the battle....
So, one of the things that I decided to do make life simpler was to only focus on this one blog: The Drunk Runner.  I really don't have the time or desire anymore to have 4 different blogs running with 4 different topics, so now you're going to get them all here!  Yay for you!  Most of my content on my other "blogs" is rather pointless and contains a lot of venting, but some of them are rather funny.  While going through them, I came across this and thought I would share it with you.  I had started a blog to rant about my…

Positivity, People.

Yesterday, a fitness account that I follow on Twitter posted this picture and I had retweeted it.  I've seen this picture a few times before and I really didn't think too much of it until I noticed today that a friend of mine had commented on it.  Her reply was "Nice use of shaming. I give it an A plus in ignorance. Working out does not always equal being fit and vice versa."  Based on this comment, I started a couple heated discussion in regards to this picture and the message that it is suggesting.To me, this picture says “ if you aren’t willing to put in the effort, then you don’t deserve the results” (which I believe to be 100% true), but to others it seems to have a much more negative message.