Ali on the Run Show Episode 24: The Lessons I've Learned in My Thirties

Date: May 2, 2017 at 5:32 am- by Ali- Comment(s): 1

The Ali on the Run Show

Episode 24

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It’s no secret that I love being in my thirties. In honor of turning 32 this weekend, I’m using this episode to take a look back on the last two years and reflect on the most important lessons I’ve learned since entering my thirties. (Spoiler: It’s a lot of “you do you” and “ignore the haters” and “live with integrity.”)

Stuff I Mention on This Episode: 

New Jersey Half Marathon Recap

“This Is 30” blog post

“Talk Thirties to Me” blog post

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One Response to "Ali on the Run Show Episode 24: The Lessons I've Learned in My Thirties"

Hey Ali! Really enjoy your podcast – I subscribe and have left a 5 star review. I’ve read your blog for years and back in the day, reading about your Jack Rabbit marathon training, inspired me to run a marathon (and 7 more and counting). So, thanks! Also if you ever start a patreon page, I’m in. I currently pledge to I’ll Have Another and Real Talk with Nicole Antoinette. Hopefully you take your podcast in that direction as well, you deserve it.
Re: your comments in this podcast about being put off by all the runners who complain about “having” to run 10,15,20,whatever miles…my first thought was, follow your own advice and stop following these people! I can honestly say I don’t know or follow anyone with the mentality of “having” to run, so it was hard to relate, and a bit of a contradiction to talking about taking responsibility for who you follow.
Anyway, I don’t know why I felt compelled to share this – I really do enjoy your podcast and look forward to future episodes.
Also, congrats on your recent 5K – way speedier than I think I’ll ever be 🙂