My recent blog post about my time in the Dolomites was featured in the Runcation Travel August 8, 2019 newsletter! https://us18.campaign-archive.com/?u=96fb153d25e02ac9e698dbb8b&id=b2e7da7435
A lesson in balance: creating the conditions for success but then detaching from the outcome.
On stopping long enough to savor the moment.
I would like to share a story, one that isn't over but one that has a satisfying little click of purpose. Of forward movement.
And as with all good stories, this one has a beginning even earlier than what it seems.
This is how I want to feel running: strong, mindful, appreciative, flowing.
Time to bring it back to basics: just me and the running.
If I'm not training for a race, then... what?
Much of what I write still stems from seeds planted and nurtured during runs... Lately, a lot of my thinking has been about running itself, and its role in my life and my relationship with it.
I’ve had lingering soreness all day, from my epic trail run Sunday followed by a gym session yesterday. I tried to work it all out with yoga last night, but today was still creaky. I tried to stand at my desk when I wasn’t in meetings, when really all I wanted to was slouch in… Continue reading Track Tuesdays
If I never race again, I would be motivated to stay in shape in order to spend my Sundays chasing after my strong, passionate Impala teammates over the Bay Area trails. After a low-mileage (and low-energy) week, I met my teammates in Mill Valley this morning to tackle one of the most infamous and difficult… Continue reading Ode to the trails