Most of us set goals around January 1 and forget about them by February. This past year, for the first time, I tried to remember and make progress on my goals all year long. Here’s how I measured up–and my resolutions for 2012.
Archive | December, 2011
One year and 80 posts since I started The Runner’s Trip, I’m reflecting on this blog by digging into the archives and creating a “best of” list.
Going to camp isn’t just for kids. It’s also a great travel option for active people who’d like to be coached and cared for while developing their outdoor passion. This post spotlights three respected providers of camps, tours & retreats: Dreamchasers Outdoor Adventures, Adventure Running Co., and Run Wild Retreats.
I’m going on 43 and starting my 18th year of running. Why not make it the best year yet? Why not explore new territory and go farther than ever before?
My legs cramped, toes bruised, gut blew up and skin chafed over the 50 miles. My mind sunk into a funk of negativity and aimlessness, but strong running and a steely determination book-ended those dark middle miles. Throughout this past week, I pondered questions about what went right and wrong, reflecting on how much I […]
My thoughts the day before attempting The North Face Endurance Challenge 50M (gulp).