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  1. Anniversary of My First Half-Marathon!

    I can't believe it's been a year since I ran my first half-marathon! Here's my story at:

    https://downthescale.com/2016/05/18/...thon-and-more/

    What goals have you accomplished since you've had surgery? Please share!
  2. Faster than a Slug!

    From my Down the Scale Instagram account:

    As I was making my way home on this morning's run, I jumped over a slug who was just moseying along. My run was slow, but the slug reminded me that any run is better than none! #gastricsleeve #willrunforcoffee #lifeaftervsg #running #downthescale #fasterthanaslug

    The cartoon I posted is there and also on my Facebook page:
    https://www.facebook.com/downthescal...type=3&theater ...
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  3. Getting My Ducks in a Row

    Sometimes you need to run to clear your head and get back on track. It was me and the ducks out this morning. Here's my latest blog post at Down the Scale..

    https://downthescale.com/2017/05/02/...ucks-in-a-row/

    What do you do to clear your head?

    Take care,
    Jen
  4. First Run of the New Year

    I'm finally get back on track after the holidays? How about you? It's not always easy, but I'm actually happy to get back to an exercise routine. I always feel better after I exercise.

    Here's my take on it on my blog: https://downthescale.com/2017/01/10/...he-right-foot/

    Hope everyone's new year is going well!
  5. Five Years Running.. Literally

    The Thanksgiving before I had gastric sleeve surgery, I ran m first 5K. It wasn't pretty, but I did it! Every year I run one and while they aren't as physically as hard, they can be mentally hard. Here's my latest story about this year's Turkey Trot

    https://downthescale.com/2016/12/01/...gh-the-stress/

    Anyone else start running after surgery? I'd love to hear your stories!

    Take care,
    Jen