Run-commuting & A Giveaway Winner

Congrats to the winner of my Cheribundi giveaway, Abigail!

Shoot me an email {} with your mailing address so we can get you your prize! πŸ™‚ I’m sure you’ll love the cherry juice.


Anyway, yesterday I did something I’ve been wanting to do for a while, I ran home from work, my first ever “run-commute”. I took the bus in the morning so I didn’t have to leave my car there overnight. I packed a bag with my running clothes and gear, changed after work, locked a bunch of stuff in my desk and headed out with just my garmin gps watch and camelback backpack where I stashed my necessities from my purse and then ran the 6.5 miles home. Technically, I only ran 6 because I walked the first half. πŸ™‚

Total Distance – 6.0 miles
Time – 1:05
Pace – 10:53/mile

It was a lot easier than I thought and my run went by really quick, despite the walking I did when my legs felt like lead, which was most of the run. It was nice because I didn’t have to worry about fitting in another workout, I was already done and could get ready for the evening’s festivities!


I got home from my run, took a shower and then headed out with Chris and our friends for dinner at the Beer Hall. It was my first time trying their actual food since going there almost a year ago for their Harvest Festival. {PS: Is this happening again? Because I would totally go!}

I got the house-made veggie burger, which was good. It was crispy on the outside and tender on the inside, which is something I like in a veggie burger. The bun was also toasted!

I was also a fan of the fries here…they were delicious!

And I ended my meal with the ice cream sandwich, which I had once before when it was first introduced at the Harvest Party last fall. Still as good as I remember, too! Oatmeal cookies with apple cider ice cream, which just screams fall…it makes me excited for the season to change soon!

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  1. That’s awesome! I’ve always dreamt of run commuting but have made up tons of excuses or otherwise chickened out. Your method (bus there, stash other things in office, just essentials in a Camelbak) sounds much more do-able than I originally thought. Maybe I’ll psych myself up for a run commute soon πŸ™‚

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