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Health & Fitness

The Last Stretch

May 1, 2013 |

Training for a marathon is no walk in the park.

Early alarms jarring you out of blissful sleep to trudge out into dark and cold winter  mornings for a 5-mile training run because your tried-and-true schedule says so. Sore muscles … Read More

A Beginner Runner’s Journal

April 11, 2013 | 1

It happened quite suddenly, really.

I was sitting in my lovely home office doing some work in the middle of the afternoon. It hit me, much like the urge for an ice-cold Pepsi too often does. Except this urge was … Read More

Introducing: Chakra Sunday

April 8, 2013 | 3

Last year I discovered one of the most wonderful things I think anyone can do for themselves: yoga. It started with a Groupon (as many new experiences in my life these days). Now, I had “done yoga” in the past … Read More

92 Days, 6 Hours, 45 Minutes (and Counting…)

March 21, 2013 | 1

Jessica and I are committed to running Grandma’s Marathon in June! It’s an annual marathon in Duluth, MN. She has ran one marathon before, but this will be the first one for me. We have approximately 92 days, 6 hours, … Read More

Dear Bread: I Love You, You’re Killing Me.

March 1, 2013 |

This is a letter I wrote in April of 2012 to a dear friend of mine: bread. It was one of those letters that you write but are too afraid to send.

You see, I made the choice to go … Read More

Workout Experiments: Boxing

February 25, 2013 |

I took a boxing class last week.

Truth be told, I thought I was going to a kickboxing class. Kickboxing, in my mind, is more feminine than boxing and involves cute workout outfits and a class full of people harmlessly … Read More

You Don’t Actually Hate Running

February 23, 2013 | 4

Running: you either love it or hate it. You either can do it, or you can’t. And I’m here to say that this mentality is complete B.S. Here’s the thing: I get it. I used to think that too, but then … Read More