Category Archives: Philosophy

2014 Running Diary #1: Back from Oblivion

Long story short: injuries, laziness and an ability to adjust to my first full-time job derailed my running for a full year. Hard to believe it’s been an entire year since my last update here. After the St. Luke’s Half … Continue reading

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Treadmills or: How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Road

So far this season, Northeast Pennsylvania seems hell-bent on compensating for last year’s mild and practically snowless winter. Two snowstorms the week of Christmas really put a damper on my running, as I barely cracked 35 miles that week. And … Continue reading

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Running in a Winter Wonderland

Though Scranton has hardly gotten any snow so far, that’s no reason that runners can’t enjoy another great part of the holiday season. There’s more to Christmas than snow, after all. In short, all the Christmas decorations and light displays … Continue reading

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