One other piece of advice: make sure to do your “hard” workout first each day. I would do any interval work first in the day, and then follow up with whatever lift you have planned. On the flip side, if it’s a challenging lift day, do that first and get your recovery jog in later.
I think the most difficult thing about this type of training is the fact that every day has some sort of high quality workout, whether it be running or lifting. This makes recovery extremely challenging as your body is always fatigued at some level.
There is the possibility of making your hard days feature a hard lift and hard run. But from personal experience, even if those sessions are well-spaced and you get optimal recovery, that second session will suffer on some level.