Category: Features

10 Self-Improvement Things To Work On You For The New Year

It’s almost time to ring in the New Year. And this means we all start singing that same old tune of “new year, new me” mentality that includes losing weight and working on ourselves in the quest of self-improvement. It is great to set goals. I am a huge goal setter. But the problem is

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The Modern Dad Movement: Cadenshae Co-Founder Talks Being A Dad And Changing Male Stereotypes At Home And Work

When women take on the role of boss in the business world there is still this assumption that they remain primary caretaker of the children. And yes, we can do it all but what about dad? Even today there is still this stigma that men are the primary breadwinners and it’s the woman’s job to

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Can You Be Dehydrated During Cold Winter Workouts? Signs And How To Prevent It

There’s nothing more refreshing than gulping down water—and then splashing it all over our red faces—during a hot and humid run in the summer. Having water on hand is a must to prevent dehydration. But what about during those winter workouts? Is it still possible to be at risk for dehydration? Winter dehydration is real.

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Running Book For Children On Sale For 25% Off

Now for a limited time, I am offering my children’s book about running for 25% off! Titled Ready, Set, Run!, this is the perfect gift for active kids, love sports—especially running—or for parents who want to introduce the sport to their kids. The book takes a fun approach to fitness, showing them that you need

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Small Business Saturday Sale: 20 Percent Off Children’s Book

’Tis the season of giving. And since I am so thankful for all your support, I would love to give back and provide consumers with 20 % off my children’s book, Ready, Set, Run! In celebration of small business Saturday, this sale is running for just 24-hours! That reduces the price of the book from

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What All Runners Can Learn From ‘Brittany Runs A Marathon’

The movie Brittany Runs A Marathon is now available on Amazon Prime. And while many already rushed to see it in select theaters, the rest of us can now (ironically) enjoy it from the comfort of our own couch. At the heart of the plot is the story of an unhappy and unhealthy woman on

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Cortazu Outdoor Women’s Stretch Jacket Review: An Option For Runs To Running Errands This Fall

Finally, summer is taking its last breath well into the start of October here on the East Coast. As the cooler fall winds replace take the temperature down a notch, it’s time for runners to get out their lightweight running jackets. And this runner is reaching for the Cortazu Outdoor stretch running jacket for women.

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Garmin Releases Solar Powered Fenix 6, But I’m Keeping My Vivoactive 3—For Now

A new Garmin running watch hit the shelves, this time impressively being solar powered. But this runner isn’t retiring my Garmin Vivoactive 3 for an upgrade just yet. Garmin released last month not one, but four new smartwatches for athletes: the Fenix 6, Fenix 6S, Fenix 6X, and Fenix 6X Pro Solar. The first three

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Esophageal Cancer Awareness 5k Review: View From A Volunteer And A Runner

There are charity 5k races held for just about every kind of cancer. But there has yet to be one held in New York City for one of the fast-growing ones in the U.S.—until now. Saturday, September 14 marked the first annual Esophageal Cancer Awareness 5k. Held in Marine Park, Brooklyn just about 50 runners,

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