I’m excited to announce that I am part of an expanded partnership between Mazda USA and Rock N Roll Marathon! I will be the Tastemaker at four Rock N Roll races this year and will be at the expo where you can share your stories of how running has been a game changer in your life!! {Full press release here — http://www.mazdausamedia.com/index.php?s=31626&item=125900#assets_112 }

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If you want to win an entry to this weekend’s race comment below with your story of how running has been a #gamechanger in your life. Winner’s will be announced tomorrow 7/17/14 {entry is free – winners chosen randomly}

 

Thank you as always for all your support and love! xo Dorothy

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Want to win a beautiful necklace from Lagos, one of my favorite jewelry brands? They are giving away a Voyage necklace to one lucky lady – details here – http://www.lagos.com/escapeinstyle

Comments

  1. does winner get free flight and board too? JK, I know the answer to that.

    Anyway, running has almost fully cured my depression and gave me confidence that I never had before.
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  2. Running has taken me places I never thought I could go mentally. I love that my kids see me push myself & succeed.

  3. This month marks my two year anniversary of starting to run again after a year-long injury. Before my injury, I hated running and did it only to burn off alcohol/college lifestyle calories. In the past two years, I have fallen in love with running – I go everyday before work as my me-time. It still amazes me that 10-milers are pretty standard for me now; I love it.

  4. I think that running has helped me believe that I am the #gamechanger. I run to believe in myself. To exceed my own, others, and my body’s expectations of what I can do. I may have Crohn’s Disease, but I am Susie. Running has helped me reclaim that.
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  5. I’m already planning to run on Sunday! Hopefully I can say “hi” to you at the expo :)
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  6. Running has helped me realize I can push myself further than I thought!

  7. Running has been an escape from the every day demands of being a mom. It also helped me lose all of my post-baby weight. Twice.

  8. I am a mom of two and work full time. Running is my “me” It gives me peace and focuses me. It makes me feel strong.

  9. Caroline Porter says:

    Running has changed my life in so many ways. I hated team sports as a kid, because I have always suffered from some social anxiety, and the competition scared me away. When I discovered running in college, it gave me so much confidence. I finally believed that I could actually set and reach goals and started to compete against myself! That confidence has transferred over into so many aspects of my life. I am genuinely proud to tell people that I’m a runner.

  10. It saved me from myself and my addiction.
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  11. Congrats that sounds like of a lot of fun! Maybe you will be at RnR USA again too!
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  12. Running gave me structure and confidence. It taught me discipline. It healed depression and fear and loneliness. It ha become my escape and my freedom.

  13. Kristi L says:

    Running has been a #gamechanger in my life as it has allowed me to give time back to myself. As a busy mom you often get caught up in taking care of everyone else and forget about yourself. I now make time for me and also have the added benefits of living a healthier life and getting natural stress relief from running. :)

  14. Running is making me happy to enjoy a nice sunny day. I love to run in everyday morning and prepare myself for hole day….. .what ever this is a nice article and I wish my best to win the lucky necklace .. :)

  15. Alexander says:

    Yes I wanna go, put my name in the list lol!!!.best ejuice

  16. I would of gone and joined marathon, but was busy. Running is very important, keeps stress level down and keeps you healthy. Keep up the good work

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