Reflection day! We see how we did on the goals we set for 2021, plus share our highs & lows of the year. #AskJoanna: If YOU have any questions about being in a mixed-race, culture, or diet relationship, or about living abroad, please leave me a DM on Instagram. You can also email me at … More #199: How we did on our 2021 goals
Merry Christmas from London! We were supposed to be in Paris, but of course COVID has butt in once again. Since this is our final episode in 2020, today we are sharing our highs and lows of the year, as well as our goals for 2021. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts ¦ Google Play ¦ Stitcher MY SOCIAL LINKS:Follow me on … More #147: 2020 Highs & Lows, 2021 Goals
Hello! Me again, back with another episode of the No Bull Podcast after a biiiiit of a hiatus. I look back at my 2019 goals and go through what I did and didn’t accomplish. I also share some of my goals for this year in my personal & professional life.
Today I share my 19 goals for 2019. The list: Go hiking/trailing at least once a month Start swimming Do sea to summit Do Yama marathon Save money for travel Read at least 10 books Blog at least once a week Try skiing Buy a camera Go to Sogo Fitness/Namban more often Meditate 2 or … More #94: 19 Goals for 2019
So you’ve decided to take the next leap in training — you’ve been running for 2 years now and have seen a lot of improvement, but you seem to have reached a plateau. You’ve been running 3-5 days a week but you are ready to up the ante and take on the challenge. You’ve decided to … More Can I Handle The Mileage?
I’ve dealt with injuries, mainly involving my knees, ever since I began running races. Every round of half or full marathon training has been marked by an injury at one point or another. It varies each time, too. Sometimes the pain is in my right knee, sometimes my left, sometimes only when sitting, other times only when … More Injuries: As much a part of running as the shoes
First it was in my right knee. Then in my left. Now it’s in both. This persistent and ever-present knee pain has proven to be quite a source of frustration as I’ve tried to get past it, only to have it come racing after me (no pun intended) in a ceaseless cycle. After much research … More How Runner’s Knee Taught Me Self-Love
Tomorrow is the last day of 2014. What an incredible year it has been– I studied abroad in Prague, traveled all around Europe, experienced an amazing internship in DC, trained for my first half marathon, made Dean’s List for the 7th time in a row, and got the second 4.0 of my college career! I … More Looking Back; Moving Forward