1. Just keep running. Longer, faster, stronger. I've got a heap of magazines about running with ideas how to increase pace. I've just got to sit down and make a plan of how to go about it.
2. Get some new shoes. My Brooks were bought after baby #2 so they've been used for a lot of walking while I was pregnant with #3. And apparently the walking motion is so different to the running motion that you shouldn't use the same pair of shoes for both. So, just to save up the $270 required to buy this year's model of Adrenalines. Which happen to be very loud. And purple! (oh well, at least they're not pink).
3. Shed a bit more body fat. Namely, reduce the waist/love handles. I don't have fancy body fat scales so I'll just have to do the old tape measure trick and watch the centimetres. My theory is - lighter = faster.