There is a wealth of information available to runners from all walks, whether you are just getting started with your first run to get moving, planning your first race, looking for gear, or training for marathons and beyond.  There so many amazing resources available, trying to build and maintain a comprehensive list would be practically a full time job.

But, some of my favorite resources are without a doubt, my fellow bloggers.  Since starting this website I have discovered an amazing community of everyday athletes that take the time to share their stories and experiences.  Being able to relate to their journeys and read their insights is a very gratifying aspect of being part of the run blogging community, and the blogging community as a whole.

Here are a few of my favorite blog sites and some other sites that I frequently visit in my ongoing quest!

Never A Dull Bling

First, the one that started it all, so a special shout out to my wife, Paula…often referred to as Wifey or PK!  Paula inspired me to start this site and supports me every step of the journey.  She has her own great site themed around running, collecting the race bling, and life in general.

You can find her and her amazing community group of friends over at:  Never a Dull Bling

Awesome blog sites

There really are so many, and if I missed anyone that is a frequent visitor please accept my apologies and let me know so I can add you to the list.  If you are new and would like to trade a link share, or just say hello, by all means please feel to contact me.

11 Months 26 Miles

50 After 40


A Run A Day


Any Idiot Can Run



Deutscher Wanderwolf

Dewey’s Path

Inverted Sneakers

Jane Runs Wild

Jess Runs Happy

Mark P Sadler

Mawil 1’s

Pip in Motion

Racing Oprah

Rather Be Runnin’

Robyn Runs The World

Running After 50

Running on Healthy

Running Bos(s)

See Dav Run

The Dancing Runner

The Happy Healthy Kiwi

Travel, Running and a Little Bit of Style


50 States Marathon Club

Online community that organizes and tracks progress towards running a full marathon in each US state.  Just under 4,000 members have completed the challenge.

DC Rainmaker

Incredibly comprehensive source of running, cycling, and swimming gear tech reviews.  Lots of commentary related to travelling and racing and a very well-organized site.

Marathon Guide

Awesome resource if you are planning to run a marathon.  Contains  a news stream as well as search features with race statistics and a review section for runners to provide feedback on a race.

Running in the USA

All races, any distance – if it’s in the US, it’s on this site.  Multiple ways to search, distance, location, date, and interactive map.


Some links to a few recent notable races and what might be on deck in the not too far distant future…check out the Races page for a photo gallery and full list of completed races.

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