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The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

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I’m closing out the year with a look at the top 10 blog posts of 2015.

I loved writing these; you loved reading them.  You shared, you pinned, and you commented.  Thank you for the engagement and fun this year; I look forward to seeing what 2016 brings to our little corner of the internet.

So what topics did you love?

Running, Disney, and retail.  Apparently my fashion cluelessness was a big hit!

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I can promise you that 2016 will continue that trend.

Especially the clueless fashion.  I’m hopeless, y’all.

Top blog posts 2015

The Top 10 Blog Posts of 2015

Peggy Sue.  It’s been a year without her at the runDisney races and she’s missed by many.  But no one misses this beautiful lady like my buddy, Jane.  Love you, J,  and can’t wait to hold Mom’s sign again soon!


The Survey.  Some crazy questions were going on here.  What exactly is runDisney planning for 2016?!

Stay tuned: the possibilities are, um, interesting.


This was a mess.

Read it to find out what happened with registration.

ps- registration for this race starts on March 15, 2016!


Annnnddddd… then this happened at the race itself.  #WhompWhomp

Dang it, Wine & Dine, I am beginning to think you are the cursed race of runDisney.


A crazy new app quietly released by New Balance allows you to earn FREE runDisney race bibs.

This is not a drill. I repeat, not a drill.

They have upped the level you need to reach to get the free bibs, but many of my friends have used their points to run a free race.  Score.


Fish Extenders. Who knew?

This guest post by Heather made waves on the blog this year.


Valerie. Dear, amazing Valerie.

The heart of a soldier, this one.

I loved this story.

Runners: this is what it’s all about: HEART.

I had no idea. None.

This spur of the moment decision to check out how my town reacted to the Target Lilly line turned into something pretty hilarious.

Annnndddd… I went back.

I had to see this one through to the end.

Under Armour responded.  They put out a smidge of an effort to correct this mistake.

But it’s not enough, and clearly was a reaction to the online backlash it received.  Women were an after-thought market, not a primary market.

Big Mistake. Huge.

What did you love reading in 2016?

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