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By: Katelynn Wagner Ultra-running is my thing, I identify as a trail runner, my friends and family describe me as a (crazy) runner, and I honestly don’t know what I...
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I recently got diagnosed through MRI with a femoral neck stress fracture, or stress fracture in the hip. I’m on crutches for at least eight weeks and it will be...
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By: Amanda Roe I’ve long said that a change in perspective can do more for my mood and gratitude than any material object. I go to the woods to shift...
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By: Tara Holland This is the first Father’s Day since my dad died 10 months ago. I didn’t anticipate how hard it would be to be inundated for the past...
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By: Krissy Moehl Everything is green, multiple shades of green, so many greens they each should have their own name. The colors from the tulips, daffodils, and cherry blossoms are...
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By: Heidi Kumm It’s finally summer! Those of us tied to our homes because of school schedules or wintery weather or the short daylight hours are finally free! It is...
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By Sandi Nypaver Together, we have the power to make all of the changes we want to see happen. That’s the thought I was left with after leading a panel...
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By Lisa Perky I’ve mentioned before that running is a time of meditation and centering for me, and I believe that to be true of many of us. Even when...
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By Lauren Keller It’s been a year since I crossed the finish line of the Boston Marathon. When I finished, I started sobbing in utter defeat. What I would learn...
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By Katie Grossman This January, my husband and I moved from Los Angeles to a town without a stoplight.  But this isn’t your typical city-hater, middle finger to corporate America...
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by Lisa Perky I’ve had this friend since junior high. We’ve been through quite a bit together, for better or worse, so when I decided to take up running, I...
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