My Running Journal: 10K, Runner’s High and Late-Night Snack

3_TCSNYCM_Instagram_Team-for-Kids-Member-Fundraising_2_for WP WidgetTuesday, 23rd of December 2014

It was raining earlier this evening so I decided to run at the gym. Armed with my favourite Thai songs, audio German lessons and Anthony Robbins’ audio book on my trusty little iPod, I stepped on the treadmill determined to reach 10 kilometers.

20141223-231142.jpgAnd ran a 10K I did! At mile 6, I felt a surge of energy and joy, throwing my fist in the air and running a happy dance for a few seconds (yes, it is possible to do that on a treadmill!). I was reaching my target and it felt just wonderful! I went on to clock 6.61 miles and actually felt like I could keep going but decided it was time to stop.

I look forward to doing a 10K outdoors and see if I can beat this round’s time.

After the run I did some weightlifting before heading home to shower. Understandably all the workout got me a little hungry despite my dinner, so I gave myself a little treat–a piping hot bowl of Maggi instant noodles in the all-time favourite Assam laksa flavour.

Lovely. And now I am ready for bed, and one day of work tomorrow before the Christmas holiday.


This is an entry into the running journal I have created to chronicle my experiences as I train and prepare to run the TCS New York City Marathon 2015 and fund raise for Team for Kids, an international running group that is committed to supporting health and fitness programs for underprivileged children in the US and Africa. Read my introduction entry where I share how this journey started, and if you would like to donate to the cause, simply go to my secure fundraising page here!

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