Midlife Epiphany

Great ideas or "aha moments" can strike at any time. I have friends who swear their best thoughts come to them in the shower. Others keep a notepad on the nightstand for late-night brainstorms. For me, it's usually on the trails. I've taken to using Siri to dictate random thoughts that occur to me as... Continue Reading →

Through the Mud

Writer Marc Peruzzi caused quite a stir mid-2019 with his article in Outdoor Magazine, "Trail Runners are Lazy Parasites." The premise of the inflammatory article was that the number of trail runners is growing exponentially, but not the number of folks who actually care about the trails and want to take care of them. Peruzzi's... Continue Reading →

Girl Gone Mild

If you have kept up with my posts, or you're just a random unlucky Web surfer who stumbled upon my rants, you know that I am a runner who has been struggling with the ups and downs of recovering from knee surgery. If there is one piece of advice I hear most frequently, it's "Take... Continue Reading →

Patience is a virtue

Patience is a virtue. I've heard and used this phrase all my life without giving it much thought. Recently, however, it's been in the forefront of my mind as I recover from injury. (If you recall from a previous post, I was training for a marathon. I did complete that race - yay! - but... Continue Reading →

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