After I ran the Boston Marathon in 2011, I declared right then and there that I would never run another full marathon again. “I’m retired, I will focus on shorter races.” This made a lot of sense at the time as I was five months postpartum and would soon be pregnant with our fourth child. 327 more words
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I often lament the lack of independence in our children in today’s world, at least in our corner of the United States.
Where once we were allowed to run and play aimlessly, and for hours on end, children today live regimented and completely supervised lives. 256 more words
I don’t think about “work/life balance” much. But I do think each day about what is a priority that day. Some days, like last Monday, working out in the parking lot after work was a priority, as what not sitting in traffic for two hours (motivation comes in many forms). 981 more words
This Sports Dietitian handles all those college athletes and still finds time to compete in Triathlons and Marathons
Massachusetts native Jonathan Tanguay was in Colorado, waiting tables, hiking, and trying to figure out what to do with his undergraduate degree in zoology from Connecticut College, when he took a biochemistry course that bonded his various interests. 737 more words