Let’s talk about the B-word. No…not that one. Running Burnout.
Burnout. We all go through burnout, whether it’s a running burnout, life, or something else. For instance, towards the end of living in New Jersey, I was feeling stale. Doing the same things every day. I didn’t realize it, but I was probably burned out with running too.
Then I got injured with running. Then the pandemic hit, and everything changed. Then I moved across the country. Needless to say, 2021 is not really where I thought I would be.
Recently I tried the UltraRecovery RePro Massage Gun. The massage gun market has exploded in the last few years. It’s been hard to find what is good and what will break in a few weeks or the high-quality massage guns cost hundreds of dollars, between new shoes and other gear, who really wants to pay several hundred dollars for a massage gun.
So with that, I tried the UltraRecovery RePro Massage Gun.
After scouring my blog, I realized I never wrote a review for the Nathan Hydration Quickstart 4L Vest. It has been my hydration vest for a few years now, and I ran Copper Mountain 25k as well as Underarmour Killington 25k. I’ve done countless hikes, including my 30k Birthday Hike. So I use the Nathan Hydration Quickstart 4L Vest…a lot.
Since getting into cooking more, I’ve wanted a Harry and David Prime Rib. It’s hard to want to splurge on a $279 meat that you run the risk of messing up. For Valentine’s Day, my spouse and I decided to splurge and buy one to cook. Our Valentine’s Day Gifts to each other, and we mess up; there was no one to blame but ourselves. We are fairly low key anyway so if we messed up and it was edible, we would probably still eat it.
I’ve cooked the prime rib before, so I wondered if this Harry and David Prime Rib would be “that much better” than a regular prime rib. It’s about 4X the cost. I already like Harry and David pears and they are a splurge of mine, so I was looking forward to seeing how the prime rib stacked up.
Well, let’s check out the Harry and David Prime Rib Review!