Yesterday, I did something I haven't done in a really, really, really long time... I registered for a race.
This past weekend, I had a table at the Cleveland Marathon Expo, selling and signing copies of Running with a Police Escort. The last time I was here was two years ago, just months after the book was published. This time I shared a booth with fellow writer and runner Nita Sweeney and had an… Continue reading The magic of race weekend and the comeback kid
This post is a long time in the making. Like, two years long time and, honestly, I'm still not sure it's going to see the light of day (of course, if you are currently reading this, it obviously means that I decided to hit "publish" after all). If you have followed me on social media… Continue reading The PB&J Problem: why a writer who wrote a book about running is no longer running
A few weeks ago I was asked if I would be interested in being a blogger for the 5th annual Run for Recovery 5K, which is hosted by Recovery Resources. Founded in 1955, Recovery Resources helps people triumph over mental illness, alcoholism, drug and other addictions through outpatient programming.Obviously, as someone who is struggling to… Continue reading Giveaway: Win an Entry to the Run for Recovery 5K
Sigh.This is a fucking hard one, y'all. Mostly because I don't know what the fuck is going on.Well, that's not entirely true. I have a sense of what's going on, what I don't know is what it stems from. What I do know is that running isn't fun for me anymore. Or, well, it is… Continue reading Running Angst