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A Summer of Indulgence Ends with a Run. for Wine

Summers are for relaxation. For swimming. For breaking the rules and abandoning a schedule and flying by the seat of one's pants. Summers are for ice cream and sunshine and family and vacation; for dance parties and friends and overindulging.

I love summer.

This summer has been fantastic. We've been in swimsuits nearly every day. We've traveled up and down the east coast. We've had our moments, believe me, but overall the good times have far outweighed any tantrum filled evening or dime swallowing incident . It's been a fun-filled, laid back summer - one I'm proud to have added to my kids' roster of summer memories. We did good.

And now it is coming to a close.

As I write this from our last summer vacation - on the balcony of our rental in Bethany Beach, I am coming to terms with the fact that reality is about to set in. September brings first days of school and an onslaught of birthdays and commitments and appointments. The lazy days of summer are coming to an end.

And I hate to admit it, but it's time. Time to get healthy again.

I mean, lets face it - it's not such a great idea to stuff one's face with boardwalk fries on

a regular basis or have a glass of wine at 2pm on a Monday afternoon.

(But it sure is fabulous).

The vacation's over. It has to be.

September is my month of cleanse and detox. I will be doing the Whole 30 (which I am sure I will blog about if I can summon the energy in the absence of carbs). I will be training for a half marathon. And I will be incorporating vegetables back into my children's diet. (Unless tomato sauce counts - if so then they have been in the clear all summer long).

I am kicking it off by running a 5K at the National Harbor in DC next Sunday- the day after we return from vacation. Welcome home!

But this isn't any ordinary 5K, it's the Chardonnay Run . That's right, we run. Then we drink wine. At 9am.

So who's coming with me? It's not too late to register (click here to do so). You also don't have to run the race. You can just go and drink wine. No judgment here. It's not September yet.

I figure this is a perfect way to ease into my post-summer health. Run. Drink wine.

Baby steps.

I was provided complimentary registration for the Chardonnay Run. All opinions reflected above are my own.

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