Right now there a lot of new runners hitting the roads and trails for a myriad of reasons (some good, some better, some... terrible), those 1st year runners who made this some new year resolution are past that magical 90 day mark (almost 4 months in), and many seasoned vets are in peak season.
Remember, above all else, running is to be a stress relief not a cause of stress.
If on your runs you find yourself so focuses on heartrate, your GPS, VO2 max, splits, kicks, min/max etc etc etc you, my friend, may have lost that lovin' feeling
So, on your next run, leave all the gadgets at home. Yes, all of them. That one too. Turn off all the noise, go out by yourself, relax, get rid of all the junk, the clutter, the stress, the work, and just run. Just... run.
Look around you and actually See the route you run, breathe the fresh air, hear your foot steps, feel your heartbeat, relax - and enjoy.
Fall in love with running again.
Running is meditation in motion. If it's not, get back to when it was. Start over. Reboot. And get back... that loooooovin' feeeeeelin' (even if it's in an off key Tom Cruise sort of way)