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Zen and the Art of the Teeter-Totter

On March 30, 2011, in Lifestyle, by Meghan
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I possess fond memories of monkey-bar swinging, merry-go-rounding, and swinging around in playgrounds with my older brother, Corey.

Living Indolent

On November 29, 2010, in Lifestyle, Nature, by Meghan
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Humans: we like to move it and shake it.

World, Unbounded

On November 12, 2010, in Lifestyle, Work, by Meghan
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Have you before found yourself in a moment of life in which you have nearly no externally or internally-derived constraints?

Square One And The Art Of Hyperextension

On October 26, 2010, in Injury, Running, Work, by Meghan
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While sorting papers, I came across an old letter of recommendation from an undergraduate professor. I worked with him a lot during those years, and he knew me well. To paraphrase him, “Meghan’s pretty smart, though she has a work ethic that exceeds her intelligence.”

What’s Goin’ On

On July 9, 2010, in Lifestyle, by Meghan
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It is inherent in the culture of the ultrarunners, and the perceptive non-runners who reside in close context to us ultra-distance folk, to begin conversations with, “What are you training for?” and “What big race is next?”