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Runner’s Superpower: True Grit

May 7, 2020 // 0 Comments

When I worked at a chiropractic clinic as a stretch therapist, I saw all sorts of athletes come through the office. Every one of them was amazing in their own way, from the dancers who were endlessly flexible to the football players who’d broken [read more...]

Running On Thursdays

April 30, 2020 // 0 Comments

Ever since our world got shaken up and dumped out like dice in a game of Yahtzee, I’ve come to love my Thursdays. Thursday has always been a running day for me, but it was always about squeezing it in before work or after an appointment or [read more...]

Training for a Race Series

January 28, 2019 // 0 Comments

Training for a big race can be motivating and a powerful way to reach your goals. For me, it can also be daunting and anxiety inducing. Yet, my running is at it’s best when I have a race goal and a tangible time frame for my training. The best way [read more...]

What if we were all runners?

February 16, 2018 // 2 Comments

Running for me began in high school as simply a way to earn my Letter!  Little did I know, this was going to be the beginning to life change in my adult years! I did learn I had some potential in running…I loved to run but after graduation, [read more...]

Life of a Runner After Kids

November 15, 2017 // 0 Comments

  Early this year, I was on a training run with the awesome Sunstone Running Club, gearing up to run the Eugene Marathon in May. I found myself in a conversation with a super sweet girl in her early 20’s who had not yet had children. Why this [read more...]