My Most Beautiful Post
This one was tough for me since I don’t really consider any of my posts “beautiful.” I was re-reading through some posts this week and read My Road to Boston post and it still brings tears to my eyes, so I will go with that one.
My Most Popular Post
My post with the most views is my Make Yourself post that was part of the Nike Women’s Make Yourself Movement.
My Most Controversial Post
I don’t really have any controversial posts, but two posts did come to mind that were more on “controversial” running topics in the running community.
My RRCA certification take away post where I posted the beliefs of the RRCA training program that I took away from the coaching course. A lot of people (including me!) have a hard time applying their concepts.
The other post that came to mind, although mine was just informational on changes on a controversial topic, was the new Boston Qualifying standards.
My Most Helpful Post
Since I have sent this post to a few readers this week, I will go with my pacing post where I talk about all the different paces of marathon training!
A Post Whose Success Surprised Me
My Guide to Business Casual for Runners post! This is actually one of my highest viewed posts and it makes me laugh. But I do consider it very important!
A Post I Feel Didn’t Get the Attention it Deserved
I loved my Making Healthy a Part of You post, which pretty much talks about making healthy a lifestyle and not a resolution, a lifestyle that you don’t think about, that just is a part of who you are.
The Post That I Am Most Proud Of
This one is easy, my 2009 California International Marathon race report, also known as the day I qualified for Boston.
5 Bloggers I Tag!
Any other posts of mine you think fall into any of these categories?