3 headbands specifically the lululemon fringe fighter in mesh.
6 pairs of headphones - 3 pairs of apple earbuds, 1 pair of beats by dre, 1 pair of bose and 0 that I am happy with.
4 rolls of kt tape. Although I seemed to have healed enough that I haven't used it much since the SeaWheeze in August!!!
3 pairs of runners - 1 pair of new balances that caused my severe it band pain, 2 pairs of altra intuitions. I will never ever run in anything else. Worth every single penny.
2 different running watches. 1 Garmin Forerunner 10 and 1 Garmin Forerunner 220. I love the 220 and highly recommend it.
1 15km race. The Eye Ball The Wall here in Calgary was a great race - can't wait to do it in 2016. It was also the race where I realized I could run fast.
4 half marathons - Rock N Roll Half in San Francisco, Lululemon SeaWheeze in Vancouver, Calgary Marathon + Harvest Half.
2 personal bests - 2:29 at the SeaWheeze and 2:21 at the Harvest Half.
1 state - California!!
2 provinces - British Columbia + Alberta
1000's of songs listened to - lots of Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan, Icona Pop + Motley Crue to name a few.
2 massages - why I never though to do this earlier I have no idea. They saved me.
9 physiotherapy appointments - while it is never great to have any running injuries, it helps when you have a fabulous physiotherapist helping you get better. If you live in Calgary and need a good one - check out Sherry at the Calgary Running Injury Clinic at Glenmore Landing.
1 it band strap - this also saved me from chronic it band pain while running. I think I might be able to slowly get rid of it in 2016 but it was probably some of the best $22 I have ever spend.
2 toe nails lost - both were running related but 1 was made worse when I dropped a heavy box of furniture on my feet.
100 litres of electrolytes - before + after training runs and races. I am guessing on the number as I never kept track of that haha. If you are running and not drinking electrolytes before and/or after, then start. You will notice a difference almost immediately. Best thing I ever did!!
90 days I ran on. Includes 3 Mondays, 25 Tuesdays, 5 Wednesdays, 7 Thursdays, 19 Fridays, 4 Saturdays, and 27 Sundays.
643.74km run. I am ok with this number considering I was limited the first few months with my it band injury and the harvest half that I ran in October took a lot out of me both mentally and physically and it took me longer to recover from that race then any other race I have run. Next year I hope to at least double this as long as I stay healthy.