I’ve been quiet here recently and for good reason. Previously you’ve heard about my entry in the Jingle Bell Run/Walk for this year and to run the 5k (link to that post is here). I’m now blogging my progress on the new site Jingle to 5k.
A friend from Melbourne Natalie Roche is coaching me and writing the training program so I won’t end up with injuries. She also sends me messages such as, “Bianca, it’s Wednesday. Have you done your pilates yet?”. It’s needed; running is more fun than pilates.
Both Natalie and I will be posting and my training plan is online.
Comment, like, love on the Jingle to 5k site. Join me for the run if you’re in Seattle (you can walk or even snooze). Or sponsor me and help the Arthritis Foundation.
You’re a marketer. That’s your life. You live, breathe, eat and drink marketing. No? Well, no one does really.
We all have other interest and passions. For some it’s family and friends; for others it’s hobbies. But admit it, you do kinda love it when you can mix marketing AND your “other life”.
That’s why I’m running the 2013 Jingle Bell Run/Walk with the Team PSAMA Marketing Elves.
When I went freelance earlier this year it gave me the time to finally get in shape. I’m not there yet, but I can run (OK, shuffle jog) four kilometers without walking and I get further each week. I joined the PSAMA the same time I started running.
In December I’ll get to merge these passions and run with marketers, AND raise money to help beat arthritis. Want to join me?
There are a couple of ways, and you needn’t run.
- Join the team as a runner, walker or even a snoozer
- Donate via myself or the team
- Promote the team with blog posts, emails and social media
- Help out with logistics on the day – distributing participant packages etc
What do you think? Are you in?
July 14 will be monumental for me because I move into my new apartment. It has a room for my home office!
Yes, I’m excited. The office is barely bigger than a closet, but it’s mine. The last few months have been trying with no space, spotty wifi connections and a room mate working night shift.
However, I need your help. What will make this office the center of creative productivity? Lamps, art, special stationery? Let me know in the comments.
The 2013 WordCamp Seattle was an early start. Thanks to the organizers, volunteers, speakers and attendees who made it such an informative, fun day.
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