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2012

For those of you who wish for extra time in the day, well, you don't get it, but this year you do get an extra day. Use it wisely.1

2011 wasn't great. It wasn't lousy, either - don't get me wrong. But 2012 looks to be better personally, professionally, spiritually, athletically, etc.

I've joined a challenge on DailyMile to run 366 miles in 2012. That's not a lot - I've averaged seven a week for the past few weeks of Couch to 5K. But it'll allow for days off due to injury or travel or whatnot.

I'm also going to try to run (outside ideally, but on the treadmill or elliptical as necessary) a mile a day for as long as I can. I don't know if I'll make the full year, but I'll see how far I get. #dailymileminimum

Happy new year.

Footnotes

  1. I'm of the opinion that leap days should be International holidays for people to do whatever it is they want. A true celebration of life, love, happiness, etc. Wouldn't that be great? Instead, it's just going to be another random workday for everyone. It's even a Wednesday this time around! Blah!

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  1. [...] article also mentioned that if you make it to a year running a mile a day minimum (I'm calling it #dailymileminimum), you can join one of only about 400 runners. Only [...]


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