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It was a cool morning with a hint of a light snowfall. Generally, cooler runs make for easier runs. I’m not sure what was going on with my heart rate monitor this morning as it was all over the place, reporting zero bpm. #RiverBankRun #RBR #HWI #Training #Run4Water View my workout stats…
Bringing clean water to those in Africa that desperately need it is a far better purpose for running than simply staying healthy. Every day I get out and run is a reflection of my commitment to clean water. #Run4Water #WhyIRun #GRMarathon
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Even though the official running season for the West Michigan chapter of Hope Water has come to a close, the need for clean water hasn’t. An even more, someone has put up a $20,000 match from now until the Disney marathon the start of January. Right now all donations can have double the impact. What better time to give hope during this Christmas season. #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun #RiverBankRun Double your Christmas giving today: https://timn.me/2020HWI
Something that may not really be understood when people hear that #HWI helps to put in wells in Africa. The wells that Hope Water International partners with #WorldHope are drilled wells. These wells go down deep to clean water, and they overcome the challenges of the dry season. During the dry season the hand dug wells, or holes like is pictured here, dry up and daily living becomes a struggle to make it to the next rainfall. #Run4Water #WhyIRun #GRMarathon Donate to Clean Water: https://timn.me/2Kx7NEr
Due to having to work about 4 hours in the middle of the night I was in no condition to run this morning so I took my lunch break to get a short run in. It sort of felt like a Minnesota run, but I could tell it was much more wet/humid. #HWI #Run4Water #WhyIRun
I can’t remember how many times I’ve let myself get stressed out by job. It’s a bit of a reality check to read how meaningless it is in the grand scheme of things to get stressed about one’s work.