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    Emily Malone

    culinary arts grad. nutrition facts lover. vegetarian chef. marathon runner. country music maniac. failed dog trainer. barre fanatic. loving mama.

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    Looking forward to chatting with you!


    What’s Cooking?

    Personal Bests

    5K - 23:28

    10K - 52:35

    15K - 1:38:14

    1/2 Marathon - 1:57:39

    Marathon - 3:50:58

    A Look Back.


It was the race that almost didn’t happen.  But it did, and I’m done, and I’m proud.  13.1 miles on an 80+ degree day. 

Headed to Cincinnati now to watch Casey get ready to run 26.2!  More to come!  Thanks for all the virtual cheers – I felt them today.  :)

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Cacmuffin     at 7:24 pm

Congrats!!!! You’re amazing!!!


RLR at Mom's Magic     at 7:30 pm

Yay! Can’t wait to hear more about it!


Rachel Wardell     at 4:04 am

That made me cry! Well done you superstar! Having a gorgeous 4 month old boy myself I know how important these achievements are x x


Sara     at 5:49 am

Congrats, Emily! You are such a rock star :-)


Erin     at 6:56 am

GREAT job! Congrats :)


Amber @ Busy, Bold, Blessed     at 7:09 am

Congrats :D Glad you went with your gut and decided to do it! Looking forward to your recap!


Katie A     at 7:27 am

Wow that is awesome! I am a new mom of twin boys, they are also 6 months!!


Erin @ Girl Gone Veggie     at 7:37 am

Congrats girly! Way to rock it!


Leah     at 7:39 am

So happy for you! So glad you ran back in and got your gear and did not quit before the start!!


Dana     at 9:35 am

Congratulations on your finish! Great feeling isn’t it?


Julie     at 10:12 am

Way to go Emily!


jen     at 10:36 am

congrats on your finish! the heat must have been a shock coming from seattle this time of year. i have a 6 yr old and i struggled with pushing myself in running for a long time. i was ok after he was born but after i had nose surgery a few years ago and an ongoing hip issue the struggle was overwhelming at times. at one point i decided to just run when i wanted, i put away the watch,and i only did races for fun with friends and after about a year of that i got my lust for pushing myself again.


Emily N     at 11:07 am

Congrats Emily! Can’t wait to hear more about it, along with Casey’s Pig experience!


Leah     at 1:00 pm

Just found your blog and have so enjoyed getting lost in your posts about running, cooking, pregnancy, parenting, marriage, etc! Congrats on your latest race, the first of many as a running-mama! Cheers!


Sarah G     at 1:09 pm

Do you find it a contradiction, or at least a difficult balance, between the yoga mind-body mantra of “listen to your body” and the marathon mentality of push, push, push (or as one of your favorite bloggers MilePosts says, “I run this body”)?


Brittany (Eating Bird Food)     at 1:58 pm

Congrats Emily! You rock. :)


Emily     at 2:06 pm

CONGRATULATIONS!!! It was a huge race weekend I’m so glad you did it! I hope Casey had a good marathon too!


Mom     at 2:15 pm

So proud of you :)


Allpointswhole     at 3:03 pm

I ran it too…medal well earned


Jen     at 4:40 pm

I’m all up for exercise and keeping fit, but those marathon schedules are full on and lately I’ve been reading about how excessive running ages, it’s also been scientifically proven…


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