10 Subtle Ways That Running Will Change Your Life Dramatically For The Better.

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5 Responses

  1. Laura says:

    I seriously love your posts. I hope to one day achieve what you have, and to eventually run without my earbuds and big scary dog to protect me from strangers’ comments.

    Consider me your new stalker (but in the totally non-threatening kind of way).

  2. Wendy says:

    This is great, but why Las Vegas? Run the NYC marathon!

  3. Melissa says:

    Thats the exact same way I feel already and I havent even ran my first half (16 more days and yes im counting down). Its totally calmed my ass down, even if I know Im going to have a rough day at work knowing that its a running day totally trumps any 8 hours of blah. I actually wrote a PG rated post about someone totally dissing me on my first half and how it didnt effect me cause… after all the crap I put my butterball body through to get where I am today I know its a ton of bull. Anyway, great post! You are always right on!

  4. Miranda says:

    I agree…things that used to piss me off now are not even a concern. And I’m the same way; I have races coming up that I’m traveling for and it’s pretty exciting! Sure I could travel without running, but it’s almost like it gives the trip a greater purpose, and you get to see things from the point of view of an insider – it’s great. I feel like there’s nothing I can’t do or overcome at this point in my life thanks to running.

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