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Whether you’re looking to go for a casual jog or walk around the block with your kids for fun, want to run a few miles solo to help your anxiety and/or stress levels, run with a mission to fuel your body and your mind for Strength in Motherhood™, or are looking to train for an upcoming race (pssstt…sign up for our First Annual Community in Motherhood Virtual Run for Charity HERE), it’s a great idea to track your time and distance. It’s motivating, empowering, and can help you stay accountable (we suggest having a friend or group to text mileage to if you’re training or have weight-loss goals); it’s so helpful to stay on top of your goals when you have a gang who’s rooting for you.