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Shorts, Tights or Who Cares?

Oncs, I was at an offsite meeting for work at an amazing resort in the Poconos. I’s never been to the area before, but it’s similar to much of the Northeast—beautiful, not-over-populated, wooded areas. That includes having some great spots to run in, including a gorgeous PGA golf course across …

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newbodies Don’t Forget on Test Day

You know that feeling when you’ve been studying for a test, and despite how well-prepared you may be, you’re still nervous because you never know what you might forget when you’re actually in the test, or what you didn’t study and have no tools to handle when the teacher throws …

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It Doesn’t Matter

“It doesn’t matter how many fresh Bentley’s you have.” -Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson in Wyclef Jean’s 2000 song “It Doesn’t Matter“ As true today as when it was written. Seriously though, this ideahit me today while I was out for a run. I’m training for the 2015 Chicago Marathon as …

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Is It Too Much for You?

There are times in my marathon training when I feel like it’s too much.  My legs hurt, my body is exhausted, and I’m mentally spent. There are times when I think about the kids and families at St. Jude and what they’re going through, and it’s too much.  My eyes …

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Do A Day

If you don’t know, I’m vegan. And I haven’t been for long (since January). If you did know, then now you know even more. I’m not going to talk about why I’m vegan in this post (I did that before). Instead, I’m going to focus on how I’m vegan. OK, …

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