Posts Tagged ‘running’

10 Lessons on Life from a Trail Running Event


If you haven’t been reading my blog for long, you may or may not know that I love to run.  I’m no speedy Gonzalez or ultra-runner.  Far from them.  Instead, I run for the love of nature, the sheer physicality of it, and because it clears my mind of clutter and opens me up to […]

Everyday Explorers Interview: impossible2Possible + Utah Expedition Ambassadors

i2P Utah Expedition Overview

Imagine five young adults heading into the Escalante Grand-Staircase National Monument in Utah to learn about Earth Science and the Rise of Dinosaurs from experts, explore their personal boundaries, and run a marathon each day. As a runner and a Utahn, who loves a good adventure, I couldn’t help but find out more. See extended […]

Photos from The Buffalo Run

Buffalo (AKA American bison); photo taken from a distance.

In a post last week, I talked about the buffalo trail run I was going to participate in.  It was truly awe-inspiring.  At one point in the run, 10 American bison crossed the path ahead of me.  Antelope ran in the distance.  And ravens coasted along on the spring breeze. It was a physically-challenging run. […]

Running with the Buffalo + Healthy Creativity

San Rafael Little Grand Canyon

Have I told you that I love to run?  Have I also mentioned that despite this love, and how great running makes me feel, I struggle to make time for it – especially in the dark, cold of winter? This conflict I have between wanting to run and making it a priority in my day, […]

The Other Half Marathon, Moab + Run Playlist

Have you ever heard of Buddy Lee? I’m not talking about the Lee Jeans doll mascot. No, I mean Buddy Lee the Olympian and 10-time World Medalist. Buddy Lee is also a fitness trainer and jump rope expert, and a couple of years ago, I bought one of those ropes. Last week while prepping for a garage sale, I found it in the bottom of a plastic bin and gave it a try.

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