Monthly Archives: February 2015

Running for a Reason (other than a new PR)

Be More Charitable Ragged Mountain Running Shop and C-VILLE Weekly are sponsoring a new program this year that is designed to get people to register for more races that benefit local charities. They’re calling it the C-ville-athon. If you register, … Continue reading

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Finding Meaning

Lately I just can’t seem to shake a nagging feeling that there may be more to life than just running. I came across an interesting article last week written by Charles Eisenstein, and while I’m not sure I agree with … Continue reading

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Random updates

Running and injuries My foot is doing much better. In fact, it was doing so much better that I stopped taking my medicine and ran three days in a row. Not surprisingly, on the third day, the pain was back. … Continue reading

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Another month at ACAC (I can’t seem to stay away)

Around Christmas time each year, ACAC offers “The Gift of Wellness,” which is a one month membership meant to be given as a gift. For the past two years, it has been my present to myself. Interesting note: Last year … Continue reading

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Keeping life simple

Now that I can’t run (again) I have time to think about other aspects of my life, which makes me realize that in some ways I use running and training for races as a way to AVOID thinking about other … Continue reading

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And the diagnosis is: Certifiable

Well, not exactly, but it feels that way. The weekend after the Frostbite 15K, the top of my foot started hurting. After a couple of painful runs, I started worrying that it might be a stress fracture, so I called … Continue reading

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