When you’re not running, you should run

This article is part of Next Big Futures’ new series “Running on Gatorade”.The series looks at the challenges that runners face when trying to make the most of a busy year.The New Year is traditionally a time for celebrating the birth of a child, a party or the birth and rearing of a new sibling.But…

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This article is part of Next Big Futures’ new series “Running on Gatorade”.

The series looks at the challenges that runners face when trying to make the most of a busy year.

The New Year is traditionally a time for celebrating the birth of a child, a party or the birth and rearing of a new sibling.

But when the time comes to take a break, what if it’s a holiday that you don’t have to celebrate?

How do you get around the holidays without sacrificing the running?

The answer is by using gatorade or other sports drinks to soak up the cool air.

But how do you take a holiday on a budget and still enjoy the benefits of a well-rounded lifestyle?

A New Year’s resolution is the best way to get to know yourself, says Michelle Hargreaves, the author of the books Running on Gatorsade and Getting to Know You and co-founder of Running on Games.

You need to know what your strengths and weaknesses are so that you can focus on how to make your time as stress-free as possible.

You should also understand the benefits and disadvantages of what you do, so you can plan for how you’ll spend it.

“I love the idea of making time for a great new year, but at the same time I can also understand when it is best to relax,” says Hargrove.

“You can’t stress about everything, but you can still be focused on your health and happiness.”