Now that we've established my 3 Steps to Ultramarathoning Success, let's get into the nitty gritty of how I'm going to turn this "success" into financial stability. When I set out on this new journey, my first financial goal was to make $1 from my running. As my former boss would say at Square, "If . . .
On February 17th, I received my last paycheck as a Square employee. I unceremoniously exited the doors of 1455 Market Street and walked away from fully-stocked micro-kitchens, a 4-tap kegerator and phenomenal beer fridge, a smoothie bar, several in-house baristas, three prepared meals a day, and a . . .
Son of Author’s Note: I’m excited to share a slightly different perspective this week from that of the best mother I’ve ever had, the finest (but hopefully not the only) Mrs. Mocko I will ever know, and the hardest working athlete (albeit the only athlete) I have ever coached. Mama Mocko has been an . . .
2:00a Finally in bed. Endorphins from the late workout finish did NOT help with the sleep. 4:50a Awake! I better try to give this sleep thing another try... 7:30a Up for good this time. Hopefully this means I can finish my run before it gets too hot. 165lbs this morning--much closer to . . .
In case you're not into this "reading" thing, there's a video version as well! 8:15a Slept in! 9.5 hours of sleep, baby. 8:20a Morning weigh-in = 163.4lbs. Don't normally weigh myself each morning, but I want to more closely monitor my hydration levels during these hot-hot-hot days. . . .
6:55a Woke up naturally to birds a-chirping (it sounds idyllic, but it gets a bit annoying after Bird Alarm Day #46) and sun coming through my blinds. Passed out like a rock last night for almost 8 full hours of sleep. Good start to the day. 7:00a Weighed-in at 162.8lbs — must still be dehydrated . . .
After dragging my feet for more than a month to publish my second blog post last Saturday, I challenged myself: publish blog #3 in less than a week! I’ve quickly learned that the hardest part of blogging is not the writing of the content, but rather finding the inspiration behind the content. As . . .
Reporter 1: Sir, why are you running? Reporter 2: WHY ARE YOU RUNNING? Reporter 3: Are you doing this for world peace? Reporter 4: Are you doing this for the homeless? Reporter 3: Are you running for women’s rights? Reporter 1: Or for the environment? Reporter 2: Or for animals? Narrator: . . .