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Stories of an Everyday Runner

Stories of an Everyday Runner: Taiwan

It had been a few days since my last run. Actually, it had been a few weeks. The time leading up to my trip to Taiwan was too insanely busy to even think about lacing up my running shoes. Once I found myself on the soil of a new country, I was too busy working […]

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Developing Your Eye: Day Two – Street

Today’s theme is street. My photo might be better described as sidewalk. There weren’t many cars on the street, but when they came, they came fast. I didn’t want to risk my life to get the shot by standing in the middle of the road.

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Stories of an Everyday Runner

Stories of an Everyday Runner: Street Views

My 10k training app said it was a Long Run day. When I see the words long run, I think 10 miles or more. Which is completely ridiculous, since I am training to run six, or 6.2 to be exact. Still, those two words scared me for a moment, until I saw the “Long Run”

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Are you a Drifter

Maybe We look at Hard Decisions Wrong

I have a tough time with hard decisions. I overthink every pro and con and often err on the side of safety. One of the traits people often say I possess is a level head on my shoulders, so even though I really would like to select the more daring option, I don’t. It isn’t

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Banned Books Week

Banned Books Week: Celebrate your Freedom to Read

Have you read The Hunger Games, Fahrenheit 451, or To Kill a Mockingbird? If so, you’ve read a banned book. Congratulations! The American Library Association promotes awareness of challenges to our right to read everyday, but the last week of September is a time to celebrate our freedom to read with Banned Books Week. School

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