Monthly Archives: September 2011

What’s This Whole Barefoot Running Thing All About?

This is the first in a series of posts about my experience with minimalist running. Two months ago,  I bought a pair of Vibram Five Finger shoes: They are crazy ugly and make my feet look like flippers…but after running … Continue reading

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don’t think. instead, b r e a t h e…

I’m a little less freaked out and panicky today!  Yesterday was really an emotional rollercoaster but I did my best to just feel the feelings and recognize that reality and my brain are not always in alignment.  This morning I … Continue reading

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Feeling Anxious

I was busy all day today, touring a contract manufacturing site (in high heels – WTF was I thinking?), taking in a lot of information and asking lots of questions, but somehow I still found time to feel anxious and … Continue reading

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Being Present

After walking around Boulder for several hours today, turning the words from my earlier post over and over in my mind, I came to a startling conclusion: I am not present in my own life. On the surface, it would appear … Continue reading

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Joy, frustration, and some lessons learned from running…

Hiya!  I’m writing from my hotel room in Boulder, Colorado, with a gorgeous view of the (I’m not sure which) mountains in the distance: I got here last night after spending a week in Seattle with my nephews (more about … Continue reading

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