Wednesday, December 12, 2018

Day 12 of #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas

Thanks so much for stopping by my corner of the InterWebs today. Whether you've been following along on my journey since I started this blog OVER TWELVE YEARS AGO or you stopped by for the first time today - WELCOME!

And no matter how long you've been visiting, you picked an AMAZING time to pop in because we're celebrating my #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas {read my post announcing this series HERE if you don't know what I'm talking about}.


Today is Day 12 of my #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas! And the prize today is pretty FAN-FREAKIN'-TASTIC! Although, to be honest, all of the prizes are absolutely AMAZEBALLS! If I could enter my own giveaways I'm pretty sure I would enter each and every one of them in this series (and somehow rig it so I'd win) because they are just that AWESOMESAUCE.

Up for grabs today is: a Garmin Forerunner 645 Music.


For today, DAY TWELVE, one winner will be selected, winning a Garmin Forerunner 645 Music of their very own.

I am a numbers girl. I'm sure it wouldn't surprise you to find out that I started college thinking I was going to be a math major (and only switched to Economics when I found out I 'only' needed 4 semesters of Calculus for Econ instead of the 6 for Math). So when I started running outdoors I knew I needed some sort of watch that would help me track my data.

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Let's be real, I am frugal and since I wasn't sure if running was going to 'stick' I decided to opt for a refurbished watch I found on eBay. I ended up with the Garmin Forerunner 110 and loved it. It was one of my first running purchases and I had it for the first 2.5 or so years of my running career. It was big and chunky but it made me feel like a "real runner".


When I realized running was here to stay (and I found a great deal on a new watch so I could "splurge"), I upgraded to the Garmin Forerunner 220. This watch offered many new features (bluetooth connection to Garmin Connect, the ability to set up intervals, a less chunky appearance, etc). I kept this watch for about 2 years until I upgraded again.


My next GPS watch was the Garmin Forerunner 735XT (sensing a pattern here?!). This one allowed for multi-sport (so instead of everything recording as 'running', I could choose my activity before I begin to include things such as hiking, biking (both indoor and outdoor), swimming (both indoor and outdoor), trail running, strength training, etc). I loved this watch, but as I'm sure you have guessed by now, I had it for about 2 years before upgrading to another Forerunner ;)


My current watch is the Garmin Forerunner 935. The main reason for the switch to this watch was the amazing battery life. It has all of the features I could want AND I can keep the GPS running on it for upwards of 24 hours. You may chuckle and say "Why would you need that long of a battery charge?" but when the hubby and I were running the Grand Canyon I had to charge my watch (I had a Fenix 5S for a brief moment) mid-run. With my first official ultra on the calendar in January, I knew battery life was of utmost importance. And, if the pattern continues, I'll probably have this watch till 2020 ;)


Anywho, because Garmin is AMAZING (I have been beyond blessed to have been on their ambassador team for a while now and I'm crossing my fingers I'm in for 2019), they offered one of the new Forerunner 645 Music watches for YOU!

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Running is more than just exercise, it’s a performance. And Forerunner 645 Music has the tools to help you put on an outstanding show every time you lace up. It features on-device music storage, so you can run with your favorite tunes, and contactless payments that let you buy what you need without missing a beat. With all that plus advanced running dynamics and performance monitoring tools, this GPS running watch is the instrument you need to put on a show.


Entering this giveaway (along with the other #12DaysOfCarleesChristmas giveaways) is easy-peasy! Simply use the Rafflecopter widget listed below on the giveaway blog post and cross your fingers. Some entries are available daily so I'd HIGHLY recommend entering early and often. (Shoot, I would even go as far as suggesting you set an alarm to remind you to come back to this page every 24 hours so you can take advantage of as many entries as possible!)

a Rafflecopter giveaway Now, the nitty gritty details... All entries are verified, so please make sure to do whatever the required action for the entry is or it will be disqualified. I would hate for you to miss out on winning due to a technicality, so if you are going to click the option, make sure you do whatever it asks or a new, random winner will be selected in your place.

Also, this giveaway will last seven days, with the random winner being picked (and notified) on the eighth day. The winner will have 24 hours to reply to the congratulations email from me to claim their prize. That means, for this specific giveaway, it will end on December 18th at 11:59pm PST and the ONE winner will be chosen on December 19th.


And, finally, the winner must have a US mailing address. International shipping seems to cost an arm and a leg these days, and customs is a major headache, so to make it easier (and cheaper) on the brands who have offered up their products, the winner must live in United States of America (or at least have an address we can ship to within the US).

With that said, BEST OF LUCK TO EVERYONE WHO ENTERS! I hope you have enjoyed each and every one of my giveaways (and have been lucky enough to have been selected as a winner)! A HUGE THANKS to all of the amazing brands who offered up their products for this series. If you don't follow these companies already, I highly urge you to - they're good people (with awesome products)! You will not be disappointed in any of them!


263 comments:

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Brittni said...

Actually gonna run today!

Stephanie Kartalopoulos said...

This might sound a bit silly, but it's true for me: I plan to #beatyesterday by getting proper sleep. And by not letting yesterday's craving for sweets turn into MULTIPLE days of cake. :)

Jane said...

It won’t be hard for me to #beatyesterday because “yesterday” to mean equals two injuries consecutive injuries that prevented me from running NYC. I’m coming back slowly but surely and plan on doing so much smarter this training cycle!

Cecil Vermule said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by getting a nice, slow, long run in today.

Lydia said...

I'll #beatyesterday by lacing up and getting in my miles. Every day that I can add mileage Tomy totals makes it a better day than the day before.

Jamie Theriault said...

One positive thought every morning and every night before bed!

Courtney LeGare said...

I #beatyesterday by showing up. Even on days where I’m not feeling 100%, I make the effort.

Stacey said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by getting out and active as much as I can, even as it gets colder and snowy.

Loni said...

Braving through the cold winter miles to get my training runs in. It can be tough, but if you have goals, you make it happen.

Katy Dyke said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by not letting one bad moment, choice or workout get me down and set me back! I will use those moments as inspiration to work harder and move forward!

Amber Stephens said...

I plan to bear yesterday by going for a run today! I’ve had a hard time since daylight savings time - especially since my last race a few weeks ago. I have about a month until I start training for my next race, so I’ve allowed myself more rest days than usual.

Nadia W. said...

I already #beatyesterday because I had track at 5:30am in the freezing cold (I’m a Floridian) and negative split every lap! I’m so excited!

Megan Warzecha said...

I'm coaching myself this time around. I'm a coach, so this isn't crazy, but in the past I've valued that second set of eyes. So far it's been awesome. I schedule all my workouts intuitively. I'm running a long run today instead of Saturday! I'm planning to schedule slightly different speed work and long runs and try out a new approach based on what I've learned about my body's response to stress and rest. And taking the reigns has also given me renewed excitement and confidence that I can #beatyesterday. My goals are to get back some speed and run a half marathon PR. Honestly, the advanced running dynamics and recovery data from the 645m would be AWESOME, and eventually my tiny iPod Shuffle is going to die and I won't be able to replace it!

Kristin Meadows said...

Incorporate strength training consistently. I have been injury ridden for the past year which has been very frustrating. Looking forward to a better 2019!

Emily Korosec said...

After undergoing major hip surgery 6 weeks ago, beating yesterday for me is getting one more rep of PT, in or one more minute of walking in a pool, or even just listening to my body and giving it more day of rest! It is literally a one day at a time process for me and every day I strive to #beatyesterday!

Nicole Egerer said...

The way I #beatyesterday is kind of old fashioned. I am a visual person so seeing my training calendar on my fridge every day keeps me motivated. I love seeing the little squares fill up with my workouts and see my progress as I train for an event! A full training calendar is a happy calendar!

FireRunner2379 said...

One way I plan to #BeatYesterday is to eat a healthy, well balanced diet. Fueling the body is one of the most important things a runner can do to make positive things happen!

Corrina said...

I'm looking forward to a run tomorrow afternoon, even though I will have just finished working 2 night shifts.

WVRed said...

Get back to a schedule and plan. It worked before. It will work again.

Erika said...

I'm going to set some early running season goals for this upcoming year and train to crush them

Julie Moczygemba said...

I #beatyesterday by not comparing myself to others. So easy to look at IG and feel bad about not running as much or as fast as someone else. Gotta focus on making me better and moving so I feel good.

Apryl said...

I also upgraded my Garmin because of Battery life! Hoping this one lasts me a while.

Lindsay S said...

I’m going the #beatyesterday by staying focused! Make a list and stick to completing it as opposed to trying to accomplish things all willy nilly.

Aimee Morey said...

I have a new half PR to get, so now until February is focused on training to #beatyesterday

Jenny DiGiacomo said...

Yesterday was my rest day. I plan to #beatyesterday by crushing my speedwork!

KV H said...

I’m going to beat yesterday by focusing on my journey.

Nikki Fahey said...

To get up keep going pushing thru the grief and run more

Steffany Rubel said...

I’m going to attempt a half PR in the fall!

Samantha McGowan Glass said...

My way to #beatyesterday to to focus on the moment. I take each day as it comes, and let it go when it’s over.

Boston Bound Brunette said...

Stick to the plan and reach my goals!

Beth Reitinger said...

I'll #beatyesterday is to enjoy what I am doing and try to improve everyday.

hkstainbrook said...

#beatyesterday by getting a run in and being productive and the best person I can be.

Nicole said...

I plan on focusing on areas I tend to neglect—this week, it’s gettinh enough sleep and foam rolling post-run!

mb said...

Beating yesterday by actually running or riding. Recovery time is over, time to get back to it.

Mattie Tomasik said...

Ohhh, man...this is on my Christmas wish list! As for beating uesteryes, I'm going to be dialing in my nutrition as yeateryes was full of cookies that have been taking over my home. I'm also going out for a run to woek on speed!

Yissel Mccardie said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by continuing to let my body recover properly after running CIM 1.5 weeks ago. I FINALLY achieved my time goal of a BQ that would get me into Boston. So now it is time to rest.

Rhett said...

Have a newborn, so everyday is a challenge to get out there and run or work out. But I keep trying to fit it in, so that's the best way I can "beat yesterday" is to keep the mindset strong and hope life catches up (and that I start stroller runs in the spring!)

Stephanie McCrary said...

I want to #beatyesterday by showing my son how strong his Mama can be! I signed up for my first marathon since having him 14 months ago and I’m ready to show him that he can do anything he sets his mind to, because he watched his Mama do it! ����

Silver Jade Deutch said...

I want to #beatyesterdsy every day that I wakeup. To do even better at work. To have an even better workout. If I am not going forward, why bother.

Ashley Fazzino said...

I plan to beat yesterday by going for that extra mile! Never letting myself get discouraged with a tough run and always pushing just a little bit further.

Abi Matthews said...

Going to the gym and running today!! The weeks around a holiday are so busy so doubling up this week!

Jlhoward said...

I love Garmin!!

Unknown said...

Getting some hills in today.

Lisa Powers said...

I’m gonna beat yesterday by continuing to move forward and progress and not let the past get me down.

Shannon said...

I am working to #beatyesterday by getting myself back to my strong me again. Pushing myself to drop a few pounds and find my happy, healthy self.

partyof8 said...

I believe #beatyesterday can mean so much more than running, I will #beatyesterday because Wednesday is my medium long run so literally I have more miles on the calendar....but I can speam with more intentional kindness, be more generous with my time, have an extra dose of patience, forgive quicker, love harder, laugh louder and not get caught up in the busyness that is this season of my life.

Caitlin said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by incorporating some rest into my routine. I've had a bit of an achy foot recently and in order to prevent a long term injury, I think this will be crucial to ensure I remain healthy so I can continue to tackle my goals!

Carla Leer Lake said...

I already did! 5.5 miles at 6:00 AM with my BRF! I love early morning runs, you get to beat the day as it's starting!

Sarah N said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by going for a run despite the cold dreary weather.

Cortnee W said...

Thank you so much for the fun giveaway!! šŸ¤—

Misti said...

Shoes are kn, friend and meeting spot already planned. Plus long trail run planned for the weekend. This girl is streaking

Sara Neuhaus said...

At 19 weeks pregnant (and counting), everyday that I get out and run or walk is a victory. The way I see it, even if I only take the same number of steps, I am more pregnant than I was the day before. Little Man is going to enjoy running by the time he can take his first steps!

ErinDeGroff said...

Just being consistent in my running routine is a way for me to "beatyesterday.

Sarah Morgan said...

Learning to run in the cold!!

Stephanie Abdon Fulton said...

I soooo need this. It's the only thing I asked for but I also don't want my husband to spend the money. Fingers crossed.

It was in the 40s this morning and not icy, so it was easy to beat yesterday :)

Anonymous said...

I #beatyesterday by giving every workout my all.

-rach_runs_rva

nashvillecarrie said...

I’ll go further than I did yesterday!!

JerseaRunnerGirl said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by taking a rest day and going to my physical therapy and chiropractor appointments...because recovery is part of training!

Michelle B said...

I plan on beating yesterday by putting a smile on every time I run. Every run is better than the last, right? Even if it isn't so great.

Karla Johnson said...

I'll beat yesterday by incorporating some stretching.

Carrie Cousins said...

I beat yesterday by making a goal to get up and start off positive every day!

Krysta Jensen said...

I plan to #beatyeasterday by getting stronger and staying injury free!!!!

Lori Thornton said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by never being too hard and critical of myself. It's a challenge and I'm a work in progress.

Smash Runner said...

I will #beatyesterday by being as gracious to myself as I am to other people.

Allison Bourne said...

#beatyesterday by pushing myself further everyday. And never giving up. If I have a rough day, I don't throw in the towel. I pick myself up and go forward

Brielle Curtis said...

Waking up, eating a good breakfast and going for a run even though its winter and I want to stay in my warm bed!

Jamie said...

#beatingyesterday for me is all about healing a nagging knee injury!

Candace said...

Planning for 2019.

Rebecca Sebastian said...

Always showing up and giving it a try

Holly S. said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by hitting 5,000 steps which will #beatyesterday. I have really struggled with getting back into running and fitness since having my daughter in May so I am starting small.

Kristi Goes Places said...

I’ll beat yesterday by adding more distance to my run today as I build up my mileage 6.5 weeks postpartum.

Becky Clayton said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by doing my first run post-fourth marathon today!

Allison Dailey said...

I hope to beat yesterday by continuing to gain strength and speed!

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Kevin Soehner said...

Time to #beatyesterday with finally getting two running days in a row for the first time in long time!

~M said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by running a couple more miles and do it at an incline

Kristen said...

How can I beat yesterday!?! Kidding. As far as running - I can't because today is a non-running day. In life - I can beat yesterday by being kinder. I was a little snippy yesterday and I want to be kinder today.

Shiduna Townsend said...

I am going to #beatyesterday by walk a little bit farther today!

Kaitlyn Thibault said...

I am currently unable to run due to having Achilles surgery! I am on week 4 of recovery and every day for me is #beatyesterday towards my complete recovery!

Nicole K said...

My original Garmin just died on me; this would be so great to win!

Jenny Bradley said...

A baby run streak until New Years, maybe try to make it a 100 mile Dec, which is the most I’ll have run SINCE FEBUARY!!!

Kyle Kranz said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by not eating as many Christmas goodies today ;)

Kate said...

I have added in strength training to my workout - I hope it makes me a stronger runner and helps me be healthier over all. ST, that's how I #BeatYesterday

Erica @ Erica Finds said...

Like my hero Desi Linden... I'm going to #keepshowingup and I'm going to run with gratitude!

Liz Mitchell said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by run/walk/workout first thing in the morning, before my mind can even create an excuse.

Keri said...

I plan to beat yesterday by doing my core routine, the extras that prevent injuries!

Kristi Blount said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by foam rolling, stretching, and strengthening my core since it’s a rest day!

Christina said...

I plan to beat yesterday by making the morning runs a priority!

Meghan Kraft said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by going to a Rowing and Cardio Class today. It is a new class offered at my gym and I am really excited for the challenge.

Emily Christman said...

I plan to beat yesterday by keeping up with my running schedule and pushing myself each day!

Jolene said...

I'm going to run more than one mile tonight (I'm currently in the middle of a streak)!

Britany G. said...

Get more steps in! Still in recovery from an injury but still managing to keep as active as I can with low impact!

Chasity said...

I have a few races on tap already and I need to up my training game—-so with this watch I can track it all!!

Anonymous said...

I beat yesterday, by keeping up with training and signing up for races.
Sadie B.

Warrior Princess said...

Working hard on regaining strength after my first MS relapse in 9 years, so everyday is a #beatyesterday day.

Elle said...

I plan to #beatyesterday with new, lighter running shoes which I badly needed and just ordered yesterday and should be getting any day.

Melissa Charlton said...

I #beatyesterday by actually getting my run in before work!

jdolson01 said...

Thank you the opportunity:)

Kate A said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by writing up my training plan tonight for #Boston2019 (first time running Boston!!!). Can't wait to train for this race!

Becca Lewis said...

I beat yesterday by forgiving myself for my mistakes, talking to God everyday, and working hard to make myself a little better each day.

Danielle Fogerty said...

Want it

Brenda said...

I’m going to #beatyesterday by going to the gym and following my training program. Goal marathon 2020!!

Unknown said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by allowing myself the time to sleep enough to perform at my best AND adding strength/yoga to my week. Working on balance in all things!

JLRicha said...

Trying to #beatyesterday but working hard toward marathon training and never giving up!

Faith.Coffee.Miles said...

I have a Garmin Forerunner 10 but it is on its last last leg. I would love to have one!! I plan to #beatyesrerday by starting my next training plan.

Allyson said...

I love my garmin vivoactive, but would love to win a new one!

Daniell said...

Eeek, I am hoping to sign up for Disneyworld full 2020, which means super hot summer/fall training. Which hopefully will mean a marathon PR :)

Lexxie said...

Forever drooling over this watch

Emily said...

#beatyesterday is about doing something a little better than the day before! Being a better mom, getting something important done, having a great workout...whatever it is that’s relevant to your life needs to be celebrated!

Amy Scott said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by overcoming my injuries and getting stronger for 2019.

Sandra Bond said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by staying on track with proper sleep and good nutrition.

BK said...

I'm going to #BeatYesterday by re-doing my workout from yesterday that didn't sync! (...Strava or it didn't happen...)

Vilmaris Conigliaro said...

I plan to beat yesterday by making plans to workout and meal prep and committing to those

Unknown said...

I plan to beat yesterday by getting my miles in tomorrow

Jennifer said...

run today!

Yael Heller said...

Omg, this is amazing!!!

Christopher MaraƱa Malenab said...

To beat yesterday I will have a better watch than yesterday if I win this one :)

Reca @ Gator Girl Runs said...

I'm beating yesterday by having my first PT session today. That's me getting back on track.

Kimberly Jenkins said...

Thank you for always paying it forward! I plan to #beatyesterday by working on my attitude. Oh, and going for a run this evening!

heather dagenais said...

beat yesterday... hmmm... well I plan to get the last of my 1000 miles for the year in today!! :) also get to bed early because I haven't been sleeping enough.

Andrew Scott said...

How do I beat yesterday? By being up, active, and engaged.

Ken C said...

I wantto #BeatYesterday by believing in myself and pushing my limits to achieve my dreams and goals

Ashley Donaldson said...

How do I beat yesterday? I push myself to be a better runner every damn day.

Danielle DiSanto said...

Im actually beating yesterday...my miles are up this year!

Mary said...

I plan to beat yesterday by bringing my best every day!

Virjinia Harp said...

I focus on myself and pushing harder. I try to stay in my own lane and not let compare my accomplishments to others.

Dawnrunz said...

I #beatyesterday every day by showing up and not giving up NO MATTER WHAT!!!

Heather said...

beating yesterday by keeping a positive mindset and looking for the good in people/situations!

Andrea said...

BQ in Chicago Marathon 2019!

Tracy Hill said...

My plan to #beatyesterday is to rest, listen to my body, and drink more water! I haven't been giving myself enough rest days lately and I am starting to feel it. I've come down with a cold and I think it was my body's way of slowing me down.

Whitney Lunders said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by running 2 more miles more than yesterday, but also to be more positive!

Kait Harris said...

I will #beatyesterday by making the best of my day and utilizing my time as wisely as possible. I love how you do all your errands by foot, and I intend to embrace this concept leading into the new year.. using every moment as an opportunity to move.

Unknown said...

My #beatyesterday plan is to keep my thoughts positive, spirits high and my fingers crossed that I get into the Chicago Marathon NEXT year!!!

Kelsey Stout said...

amazing! What runner isn't obsessed with Garmin?

Carolyn C said...

I plan to #keepshowingup no matter how crazy my life gets.

dd said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by taking the time to foam roll my sore hip. I already stretched it this morning but it needs some more love this evening so I'm committed to help it heal.

Jennifer said...

By getting enough sleep and rest!

Jessica Earley said...

Strength training to beat Hester

robin parker said...

i wanna #beatyesterday by getting a better time at my next half marathon. a new garmin would help! :)

Jaz said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by just going. Whether it's 5 minutes or 50 minutes, anything is good and makes you better than yesterday.

Jenn Voss said...

Stretching and foam rolling! Have had tightness in my legs so planning to give them a little tlc today!!

Taunya Barrera said...

I'm going to beat yesterday by doing yoga in addition to my squats and planks. I'm hoping my back feels better soon and I can get back on the road!

kelly hanley said...

Ran a quick 2 miles today to #beatyesterday

Keenan said...

I went to a November Project workout this morning and it was AWESOME!

kellyr78 said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by exercising for 15 minutes more.

Nicole said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by going setting another goal that scares me, why because that's what makes me beat yesterday in training, better than the day before and continuing to be better as the days of training go on!

Steffanie Seiler said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by incorporating more time post run for stretching and foam rolling. Merry Christmas!!

Anne Amador said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday by getting out of bed, no matter how tired I am, to get in my run at 5 am every morning this week in the cold!

Rachel S said...

I will #beatyesterday by taking things one day at a time. I tend to over think things and worrying gets the best of me. I will take each day as it comes and go from there. :)

Rachel Hagan said...

I will #beatyesterday by continuing to push myself to get my runs/workouts in even on those days when I don't want to.

Krystle P said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by taking that extra step today!

MVB said...

I'm struggling with the slow, short runs of marathon recovery, so today I got out and ran a bit farther and really enjoyed myself, and I'm going to force myself to foam roll later.

Sara said...

I plan on working harder today to beat yesterday.

Laura McCarthy said...

One way I plan to #beatyesterday is by actively working to appreciate at least one thing everyone I encounter has to offer even if I find it difficult to see eye to eye with that person.

Linda said...

I plan to beat yesterday by going to bed a bit earlier so I have more rest and recovery to start fresh.

Anonymous said...

I will beat yesterday, by just sticking with it...walking, running, strength workout, yoga, whatever I can fit in.

caroline said...

I just got a foam roller - so using that more and focusing on stretching!

English5Marissa said...

I will get up and move today! I was stuck in the car on the way back from a trip which meant I was pretty sedentary

AER-Runs said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by keeping up my workout streak! Even if it isn't a daily run, making sure I get 20-30 minutes minimum of a workout each day helps me be my best self!

Kelley D said...

Going to #BeatYesterday by making my 2019 goals even BETTER than 2018! <3

Libby K said...

I have mini goals I have set up for 2019 and have them all on my calendar - goals for mind, body, and spirit!

Lauren Davis said...

I'm going to #beatyesterday because I worked my butt off at work before heading to a kick butt Pilates class!

Kimmie B. said...

By being consistent and looking at the big picture even when I don't want to get my run in.

Heather Winchell said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by playing it smart with my training and taking my easy days EASY!

Brittany Artz said...

I plan to #beatyesterday not just in the literally sense of running but also in the figurative sense of working to be a better person today than I was yesterday.

Tanya Kay said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by working on my strength training to become a stronger runner.

Mary Kitchen said...

I already #beatyesterday because I ran today!

tj said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by working on my motto, progress not perfection. I’m always striving, each day, to be better than I was the day before. That’s not just a fitness goal, it’s a life goal. Be more kind. Learn something. Run one. More. Mile. I love my Garmin... it’s always with me but just two days ago I started shopping the new ones. I recently started swimming again because my body needs a bit of a running break and I’d like to get back into tris and my current Garmin doesn’t track swimming. I have a 3rd party app but it’s a pain so this would be an amazing win! Carlee... Thanks for your positive presence and your generous giving!

Stacey Foster said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by working through this injury and getting back o the roads/trails ASAP!

Lisa3 said...

I plan to #beat yesterday by running 40 minutes. Trying to build my endurance up after being out of running for a while.

Cass said...

I’m adding strength training back to my schedule...I’ve been building up mileage but feel I need to build strength as well

Unknown said...

Eat healthier and do a little more exercise. :)

:) said...

fun; thanks

A Vaught said...

I plan to beat yesterday by getting a full night's sleep!

Pam said...

Everyday I try to beat yesterday, but one way I will beat yesterday in 2019 is my goal of improving my Marathon time in Chicago 10/13

imbigwillie said...

I plan to be more active.

Sheena said...

My #BeatYesterday plan for tomorrow to beat today is to get more steps in! I will be purposeful and make sure to get moving to get those steps!

Rachel Griesmer said...

I plan to #BeatYesterday by trying to have a more positive attitude.

Tara Kniskern said...

I #BeatYesterday by pushing hard even when I’m not feeling it.

Samantha Hopkins said...

Strive to live with intention - in my runs, while teaching, in motherhood.....

Brandon Hopkins said...

I hit my step goal today. Hard to do lately during the workweek.

Miranda K. said...

I #beatyesterday by keep moving forward.

laurafee said...

This is the Garmin I want!!!!! AHHH THANK YOU!!!!!

endofline82 said...

My wife really wants this watch so this would be a great win!

Ashley B. said...

By trying to up my exercise game!

Wehaf said...

I'm trying to focus on improving my posture, which affects so much - my workouts, my mood, my sleep, and so on. I need a better foundation!

Carmen said...

Use the next 3 weeks of vacation for some down time and recovery.

Julie Ong said...

I am hoping #beatyesterday by waking up on time to get a long workout before work and NOT eat so many of my leftover cookies I had baked for coworkers!!!

Keenan said...

Thank you for this great opportunity! It’s so generous.

Kristin Tang said...

One of my favorite giveaway prizes!!! I ❤️❤️❤️ your 12 Days of Carlees Christmas each year.

areck0001 said...

For me making plans usually helps me focus on what is coming next instead of what already happened. I just find it very therapeutic.

Laura Knoblock said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by trying to do more each day. Whether that be more time exercising, running faster or whether it be focusing on being more present and positive then the day before.

Ashley Rivers said...

I’m going to beat yesterday by setting my intention to be more present at work and home so I can focus and get caught up on everything! My stinkin tree needs some decorations for goodness sakes!

mhb said...

I plan to #beatyesterday by actually running today!!!

Anonymous said...

I'll be beating yesterday by actually running! Too cold yesterday, but it's above freezing today. :)

Unknown said...

get up and run instead of staying in bed :)

Dan Dykstra said...

I #beatyesterday by Loving others as Christ has Loved me.

Kyle said...

I plan on beating yesterday by pushing myself a little extra each day.

Lori said...

I'm going to make a plan & stick to it (hopefully)!

Goldie said...

I hit my yearly mileage goal in mid-November so I upped my goal and am chasing it hard!

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