HEALTHY 🥕 CARROT-CAKE BREAD 🍞✨✨✨✨✨✨
Made this variation for my dads bday because he Lovvesssss Carrot cake and bread so I just combined. He said he’ll eat a slice for breakfast
Nutrition facts - 105 calories per slice
Fat - 1g
Carbs - 19g
Protein - 5.4 g
10 things I wish I knew about running before I started...
First and foremost… welcome, don’t be afraid of other runners, sure, it’s a solo sport, but it’s a big support community.
Secondly, don’t worry about how far & fast you go, we are all cheering for you to keep going.
3rd, starting is the hardest part, if that’s done, then keep going.
4th, goals are golden. Set as many small goals as you can and keep crushing them.
5th, drink more water.
6th, do post-run stretches.
7th, a couple weeks from now you will look back and see how much farther you can go now.
8th, if you’re injured then REST! Don’t power through a bad injury and make it worse. Running with pain is different than running injured.
9th, keep going. If you feel tired then take a break, but don’t stop.
10th, you’re awesome and every run will keep making you more awesome.
Jessica Rudd has been running for 10 years and says she gets rude comments or some other form of harassment from men at least once a week.
The Atlanta Ph.D student runs 30 to 35 miles a week – more if she’s training for a big race – and often while alone. When someone harasses her, she grits her teeth and tries to ignore them.
“It’s hard to always tell if it’s meant to be funny … but almost always it comes off as sketchy,” Rudd, 33, told CNN.
There’s a world of difference between catcalls or wolf whistles and the fatal violence that befell Mollie Tibbetts, who disappeared last month after going out for an evening run in Brooklyn, Iowa. Authorities say her suspected killer, Cristhian Bahena Rivera, followed her in his car as she ran along a country road before assaulting her.
But Tibbetts’ case has raised safety questions for women runners, a startling number of whom say they have faced harassment, or worse, from men who seem to view an athletic woman in shorts or jogging pants as an invitation for lewd or frightening behavior.
Kathrine Switzer, the first woman to ever run the Boston Marathon in 1967, was nearly thrown out of the race by an enraged race official who attempted to tear her numbers off her body as she ran. The moment only served to remind Switzer of her mission— “I’m going to finish the race on my hands and my knees if I have to because nobody believes I can do this.“ 🔥