Win Oakley Radar Pace Coaching Sunglasses Valued at $450

No child deserves to suffer and there is nothing more devastating than knowing that all around the world, children right now are worrying about where their next meal is going to come from or if their mother, father, sister or brother will live to see another day. That is why I joined Team Save the Children to raise money while I trained for and ran both New York City and Chicago Marathons.

With NYC just days away, I wanted to sweeten the deal for anyone who wished to make a donation from now until race weekend. For anyone who makes a donation of $20 or greater by CLICKING HERE, you will be entered to win a pair of Oakley Radar Pace Sunglasses, valued at $450! These sunglasses are state of the art and a breakthrough in the fitness field. Don't believe me? See for yourself!

Every $20 donation received by Friday November 4th at 3:00pm EST equals one entry and he winner will be chosen and notified by Friday!

Save the Children is a life changing charity who goes in and fights for kids both in America and all around the world. $40 can provide children with mosquito nets keep them safe through the night. $75 can educate a girl with the books, learning materials and school access needed to learn and thrive. $80 can provide a family with a goat and two chicks for life-changing results. $200 raised can help provide ready-to-use food to help save malnourished children. $300 raised can help provide healthcare essentials to a school clinic serving hundreds of children. A little goes a long way and every single dollar helps.

Thank you for following my journey and for supporting me every step of the way. Together we can make a difference in kid's lives. Please join me and donate today. 

**The winner of the Oakley Radar Pace Sunglasses is Ashley Burt-Admire! Enjoy the sunglasses Ashley and thank you to everyone who donated.**

 Until next time, #RunSelfieRepeat.

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Kelly Roberts

It all started when a silly joke made headlines back in 2014 when I took selfies with hot guys “hottie hunting” my way through the New York City Half Marathon. But ironically enough, I haven't always been a runner. As the self-proclaimed former President of the "I f*cking hate running club", I spent most of my life finding ways to avoid physical activity. Growing up, I missed over 70 days of PE my senior year. Working out was something I thought I had to suffer through in order to lose weight. 

Then, in 2009, my younger brother passed away unexpectedly and struggling to manage my grief, I gained more than 75 pounds. With the weight gain came a new fight to regain my sense of self and learn to love the body I saw when I looked in the mirror. Then one Thanksgiving morning, drowning in grief and self doubt, I decided to go for a run. I didn't make it half way down my street before I had to stop to walk but for some reason, struggling forward made more sense than getting back into bed. It turns out that running is a lot like grief, neither ever really get easier, you just get stronger. 

Over time, I realized that while some people are in fact born runners, others are made. I created this blog Run, Selfie, Repeat and my new podcast by the same name with the hopes to inspire others to say yes to themselves while making them laugh hysterically because laughing, in my opinion, is the solution to everything. 

Named by Women's Running as one of twenty women who are changing the sport of running and by Competitor Magazine as one of 12 Influential and inspiring runners under 30, my mission is to inspire others to get embrace a healthy lifestyle and pursue the strongest version of themselves possible.