Monthly Archives: August 2013

The Impossible Relay Team – Part II

“My fitness program was never a fitness program. It was a campaign, a revolution, a conversion. I was determined to find myself, and in the process found my body and the soul that went with it.” – George Sheehan My … Continue reading

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Run for a Cause

“The choices we make are much bigger than any one of us.” – jmb Purpose puts the umph in life. Waking each day with a purpose, something to shoot for, is invigorating. It doesn’t need to be earth shattering. I’m not … Continue reading

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Competitiveness – Lost & Found

“A runner runs because he has to.” – George Sheehan There was a time I wouldn’t enter a marathon unless I felt confident I would finish in less than four hours. After I ran Boston in 2005, my desire to … Continue reading

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A Deliberate Life

“Our Salvation is in striving to achieve what we know we’ll never achieve.” – Ryszard Kapuscinski Sometimes we get stuck and need a push, or go into a funk and need to reset, as runners, cyclists, writers… as human beings. … Continue reading

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Memoir: Twenty-four Years to Boston – My Journey From the Vegetable Aisle to Boylston Street

“… old men are guilty if they forget what it was to be young.” – J. K. Rowling I created Rite2Run two years ago to promote a memoir I wrote and planned to publish. What I’ve learned during the interim … Continue reading

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