OK week for the most part, though I was pretty disappointed in my race on Saturday. But it taught me a good lesson. Once again, I've been falling into an old bad habit of starting out my races and runs too aggressively. Two workouts in a row, I've run the last repetition on fumes; those workouts, plus Saturday's race, indicate a trend that I need to nip in the bud. It's not so much trying to run my workouts and runs slower overall, but rather a matter of starting them slow - slower than it feels like I need to. So I can finish strong.
I'm not too worried, though. The best time to break bad habits is right when you feel them starting. The good thing about falling off of the wagon is that you can always just climb back on.