Tag Archives: GoTheDist

#GoTheDist: April 2016

April is the new March, weather wise. But still, a good month. 336,662 steps (topped April 2015’s 319,965 and am on pace for the million steps) despite some lower days… Read more »

One in a million: #GoTheDist 2016 Q1

or more precisely, one in 1,008,946. Yes, I hit more than one million steps in Q1 2016. For comparison, I hit 927,589 in Q1 2015. Nope, Leap Day didn’t do… Read more »

#GoTheDist: February 2016

Much like I had a mega day in January 2016 and February 2015, I had one in February 2016. A 30K day, to be exact. That helped me counter a… Read more »

#GoTheDist January: Bike Edition

So I had a silent goal of some bike mileage for January. I didn’t touch it in my goals since I wasn’t confident it was actually going to happen and… Read more »

Final #GoTheDist 2015

cari   January 2, 2016   2 Comments on Final #GoTheDist 2015

so as I mentioned at the end of November, I was in a good place for December. December totals: 275,357 steps 113.17 miles walked 6.13 miles biked The one I’m… Read more »

#GoTheDist 2016

cari   December 31, 2015   No Comments on #GoTheDist 2016

wasn’t I just writing out the goals for 2015? For more reasons than this challenge, this year has gone by in a flash. It’s somewhat bizarre to be writing up… Read more »

2015 Home Stretch

cari   December 1, 2015   No Comments on 2015 Home Stretch

so I added October’s deficit to November and… topped that by 18K! And then I was setting up my December goals and went to check Jan-November against my 2015 goal… Read more »

#GoTheDist 4.1

cari   November 1, 2015   1 Comment on #GoTheDist 4.1

While I finished the month strong-ish, it wasn’t quite enough to hit my September goals.   292,984 steps walked 120.4 miles walked If I’d realized I was that close I’d… Read more »

GoTheDist 2015: Q3

cari   October 1, 2015   1 Comment on GoTheDist 2015: Q3

How on earth is it already October?!? How have I still not finished the photos from my trip? Despite some amazing steps while exploring the National Parks, September was the… Read more »