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Going It Alone, by Rahawa Haile

The essay below, Going It Alone, was published in Outside magazine in April 2017. Its author is Rahawa Haile of Oakland. We invite you to read it, both for the beauty of its language and also, most importantly, for its thought-provoking content. 435 more words

Social Studies

Into Thin Air

I’ve read a lot of books like Into This Air. Travel writing, memoirs, biographies, history. I haven’t read a book like this in a long time, though. 327 more words

Book

Hubbard in the wild

Last week, I found myself in the town of Ketchikan, Alaska, where the cruise ship on which I was traveling with my wife and daughter called briefly into port. 1,278 more words

Books

Introducing the 'Davos for Happiness,' Powered by Coconut Water

The first-ever World Happiness Summit (hashtag #WOHASU) recently convened in Miami, attracting 1,200 attendees committed to the TEDification of a basic, if elusive, human emotion. 251 more words

Nonfiction

Midweek Round-Up #3

Shorter work weeks may cut our CO2 emissions in half, reduce our stress, curb accidents, promote gender equality, and reduce unemployment. I’m in! Read the full thought-provoking article on the… 269 more words

Inspiration

Are Running Apps Destroying the Beauty of Running? 

A friend sent me this piece from Outside Magazine contributor, Sam Robinson,   discussing how his use of the fitness tracking app Strava has fundamentally changed the way he experiences his runs. 269 more words

Training