Monthly Archives: July 2012

What Say You?

I didn’t realize it but I guess I may take the ability to regurgitate written and verbal thoughts somewhat for granted. I recently realized that not everyone is comfortable with putting themselves out there for the world to see and possibly judge. Or for that matter, for yourself to judge. Often times there is an [...]
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To My Lake Placid Ironman Friends

It’s time to stop thinking. Turn it off and allow yourself to absorb the entire experience like a sponge. Don’t second guess anything you have done to get there. Don’t second guess anything you didn’t do. You have done what’s right. Trust in yourself and all of the hard work that you put in. Don’t [...]
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The On Cloudsurfer Running Shoe Hits the Mark

I recently had the opportunity to check out the Cloudsurfer by the Swiss manufacturer On and am quite happy to report that this shoe delivered everything that it advertised – and quite more.  The On technology is simple yet cutting edge.  On embraces the natural or barefoot running principals that gives running back to your [...]
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The Things I Wish I Were Told When I Was Diagnosed with Cancer

The following excerpt was borrowed from freelance writer and survivor Jeff Tomczek. It is a great read and one I felt I just had to share…
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