It is just what you described, "a journey". Enjoy each time you are allowed to train just as much as you are allowed to be a mom, worker or friend. Life is a gift to be enjoyed and not to be stressed. There will be days that your priorities will not allow you to train. That's okay because the sun will rise tomorrow.
I admire the eternal role that mom's play in life and especially single moms.
I read your comment on Ironmoms and wanted you to know that I've coach several single moms to finish an Ironman in as little as ten hours a week of training. You can do it girl! It does take balance and putting priorities on your time and religiously sticking by the plan.
Thanks for the friend request. Good luck on your Half next spring. I did my first one this past summer and loved it! You are in a great area to train....I love Colorado. Let me know if I can be helpful.
Nope, no Tri for the Cure, but probably next year. I am getting a coach starting in October, I can't wait to see how far I can push it. One of these days, I will do the Title 9 Mother's Day Race. Do you have kids? My 8 and 11 year just did their first Tri last weekend.
Take care Cindy
Hi Cindy!! I just did "Tri for a Cure" at Cherry Park on Aug.. 4th. Were you there by any chance? I also do the Title 9 Mother's day race in Boulder. Fun fun!! Welcome to iamtri and to the IronMoms group!