Posts filed under: Guest Contributors

By: Amanda Roe Are there more benefits to trail-running verses road–running? That is the question.  Whether you’re a veteran of the trail, or you’ve just gotten the first few trail...
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By: Meghan Campbell   I understand now that I am not a mess, but a deeply feeling person in a messy world. I explain that now, when someone asks me...
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by Pam Champlain You’ve probably seen that person. The one on television who receives the news of a tragic death and immediately drops to the ground, in public, screaming. I...
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The story of three independent women saved by a couple of Johns By Steph Imig “I’m pretty sure he’s here to kill us.” Both Ashley and Sara confessed to being...
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by Deborah Dzurinko I run many many miles alone. I don’t mind running by myself, in fact, it provides me with quiet time where I can unplug, decompress, and reset....
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by Brigid Pickett Becoming a mom has been one of the most rewarding and challenging experiences I’ve had in my 27 years of life. My journey has brought with it...
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by Jeanette Dunlap The night before dinner. The waking up at the crack of dawn. The nerves. The getting dressed to go meet with more people who are up early...
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by Amelia Hagen-Dillon   I wanted to be a runner for years (before I started calling myself one), but was never sure how to go about becoming a one. I...
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by Lisa Perky Today, (Today that I am writing, not Today that you are reading) DeVos was confirmed as our Secretary of Education. As a public school teacher in an...
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Iowa City, Iowa By: Kelly Teeselink I live in Iowa. I know you think Iowa is flat and that we grow potatoes, but neither is true! Well, ok, parts of...
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by Amor McGahie Trail running for me will be like guacamole for my son. Once he finally gives in and tries it, he’ll love it and never understand why it...
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