In trying to find inspiring and informational books about running, I chose one called "Run Like a Mother".
I read it cover to cover faster than I've read any book as of late.
And I was both inspired and encouraged.
It is written by two women who are both runners and mothers, and touches on so many of the challenges that we face on a daily basis.
I loved how they infuse their sense of humor, and I felt like we were just having a conversation about running, however one sided it may have been.
The book also includes training tips, which were kind of an added bonus, as I wasn't really expecting to find any of those.
The only drawback that I found was that they are like, MARATHON runners. And I am not. I run close to three miles, three times a week, so I felt a little bit unworthy. But that is my issue, not theirs.
My current project?
"New Rules of Lifting for Women". But this one is taking way longer to read.
What's on your nightstand?