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I like the word "indolence" - it makes my laziness seem classy.

I used to be a runner.

I know I was a runner – rather than someone who went out for a run – because I ran a marathon. 739 more words


Running: We Own The Night

At the beginning of the year, I promised myself I’d get back into running with the goal to run 10k. A few years ago, I used to run that distance at least once a week, but after suffering a few knee and hip injuries, I was told I had to stop. 417 more words


Switching Gears Between Projects

Today’s Brew: Blueberry, my beloved

by Kristen

Couple of fun announcements first: Please check out my new author website and follow me on Tumblr! I WILL Tumbl for you. 893 more words


Disturbi psichici dilaganti: la corsa

Scendi una domenica qualunque per andare a leggere il giornale al bar in grazia di Dio e trovi transenne, strade bloccate e orrori in pantaloncini e pettorina. 405 more words

Pensieri Mano - Messy

Nike X Alex Monroe

The Tiffany finisher’s necklace at the Nike Women’s San Fran marathon is legendary in running circles. Mention of it is usually followed up by either “Totally worth running a marathon for” or “I heard fireman hand it to you when you cross the finish line…topless firemen”. 314 more words

Pretty Fit

James Gray's The Immigrant

At the core of James Gray’s powerful new film, The Immigrant, good and evil are melded to the point of being inseparable. Ewa, the titular lead character, says that she “wants to be happy.” Above all, she wants to survive, as does everyone she encounters. 155 more words


Mini Haul and exciting news

Yesterday was my second day in Amsterdam and I knew I could not leave without doing some shopping. Now that I am back into excercise and running there is one thing that I really miss: more workout clothes. 671 more words