About this episode
Sara Vaughn is a mom of four, wife, realtor and runner.
In this episode we talk about:
- balancing many different hats
- being more than just a runner
- bringing the family along through different seasons of life
- fostering a love of sport in children
- the rise of running realtors
- preparing for the 2022 Boston Marathon, Sara’s 2nd ever marathon and 1st Marathon Major
- debuting at the 2021 California International Marathon (CIM)
- lessons from a first-time marathoner
- patience with pacing
- Boston Marathon advice
- transitioning from the track to roads
- connecting with the running community and sharing miles with others
- mindfulness and self-care through running
- results aren’t guaranteed and falling in love with the process
- balancing end goals with the process
- family Previous episodes of For The Long Run we referenced:
- Mary Johnson: “You don’t have to work out, you choose to.”
- Vanessa Fraser: Trust The Process
- Lindsay Crouse: Running and Writing with Bravery
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