This morning was like most mornings.
Conquering fears drops our walls.
I’ve been feeling off since I got sick in February. Not only with dizziness but also shortness of breath.
I think I’ve given up enough of the things I love in this lifetime.
Ready, Set, Go! The night before the race, we made sure to go to bed early knowing we had five kilometers to run in the morning. While it would be one of several I had run, it was my sons’ very first. The morning of the race we slept late. We had a nice pancake…
In this episode of the Integrity Bank podcast, Nate talks about going unknown distances in all areas of your life and having the capacity to go farther than you need to.
I heeded the narrative that we were simply genetically inferior for so long.
Running creates its own fever.
Or five powerful lessons to apply to life.
I knew this isn’t enough, isn’t new, isn’t over.
#WhyWeRun: This could be a point of major stress in a usually cohesive dynamic.
Running blind through the COVID-19 pandemic.
In this episode of the Integrity Bank podcast, Nate talks about running into the wind versus running with the wind at your back. Where in your life do you take the easy way out?
There was a time, a couple of years ago, when I ran once a week.
Deciding is the first step in making a change.
Six more weeks of winter?