Tag: running
Perchance to Dream

Running in the rain at dawn gives a weirdly peaceful feeling. It clears the head, so much that it somehow qualifies as meditation. As it happened, my short bit at ‘meditation’ this morning helped me assemble a short list of musings and observations: 1.)  Anxiety gets in the way of a good night’s sleep, especially

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Old Dogs, New Tricks (Part 3)

I have recently decided to go running with Archer, the family dog, in order to train for the upcoming Doggie Run. You may read the introduction HERE. In my last post, I shared three unexpected consequences that running with man’s best friend taught me. You may want to read that HERE before you proceed to

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Old Dogs, New Tricks (Part 2)

I have recently decided to go running with Archer, the family dog, in order to train for the upcoming Doggie Run. Please read the introduction HERE, or just skip ahead to the continuation below: Through those sessions in which I went running with Archer, I came upon a number of important realizations. The adage of

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Old Dogs, New Tricks (Part 1)

I don’t remember what it was that made me take up running around four years ago. It’s probably my weak, conformist tendencies – peer pressure is a drug. It needs to be said that I suck at running, mainly because I cannot find the time to do it properly. That being the case, I also

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