About our blog:
Making It Daily is a shared blog. In 2013, Claire, KHP and Kristen R. launched this blog as a way to track ourselves as we tackled three different 365 projects:
Claire: Wrote every day
KHP: Made art every day
Kristen R: Ran every day
We did these things every day for one full year. And now, we use this blog as a way to stay connected to another.
Although we still each carve out a little time every week to do these things, we take turns posting occasionally. We're busy working moms, partners, runners, writers, artists and more -- just trying to make it daily.
Got a passion? Join us in making it daily.
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Tag Archives: planning
One of the biggest lessons I’ve learned this year is planning for my daily running. Sometimes, these plans just fall into place perfectly. Other times, well, life as a mom, wife, friend, daughter and someone susceptible to illness can put … Continue reading
In keeping with my theme this week, I decided to finish out by sharing how the rest of my running plan went. Let’s see, how should I put this: Fail? Maybe. Unsuccessful? No, because I did run all week. Hmm. … Continue reading
If the plan doesn’t work, change the plan but never the goal. My last post neatly laid out a fairly typically running week for me. But, as life as a working, running mom would have it, that well-laid plan imploded for … Continue reading