I gave my before/after running photos a place to live here on the Running Things blog. Check the tab in the navigation menu if you wanna see it.
I talked with my good friend–and track wife–Lauren Wallace Misenti, after my she read my last blog post. Lauren ran at UC Davis, graduated in 2013 and ran professionally until 2017 before retiring from the track. Her event was the 800-meter run. Anyway, the blog post I’m referring to was inspired by a caption I…
Don’t let people who aren’t doing shit about their dreams give you shit about yours.
Relive last week’s NYC Marathon with my live-blogging and The Orange Runner’s (Luke McCambley) live-drawings.
It’s election day and you were gonna run anyway. Run out and vote!
Live play-by-play of the women’s 2018 NYC Marathon.
In honor of my giveaway on Instagram for best stories of weird things that have happened on your runs, I wanted to share a weird running story in long-form. This story comes from my college teammate and good friend, Emily. To everyone who entered the giveaway: thank you for entering because it was very fun…
I’m in Chicago and something about running and mention Citius Mag and Roll Recovery.
It’s beautiful here—very beautiful. I’ve been to Italy and Russia and driven through the Pyrenees from Spain to France and back, and those places were beautiful and interesting, but Crested Butte has this crazy charm paired with its beauty. How about here’s a photo because I don’t know what else to say it. Not that…
I’m on my first writing adventure (a write-venture, lol) post office job and it’s about running.
I posted this photo on Instagram captioned: “Felt like shit. Still progress.” I was talking about perfectionism.
Melanie Brender’s untitled poem anemia poem she wrote after finding out she might be anemic instead of just bad at running.
She just thought she was bad at running and didn’t fit in, until she found out her iron was just low.
Melanie Brender left Utica Stevenson High School, in 2010, with her heart set on going to Notre Dame.
Please check in on your friends and teammates, even when it seems like things are going well.
Running is hard. Let’s talk about it.