Six thoughtful reads on why writers run.
Molly’s Last Ride
“Twelve-year-old Molly Steinsapir crashed onto the pavement from a Rad Power e-bike and never woke up. With a poorly regulated e-bike industry, who is responsible when a child dies?”
“Friends call him the ‘consummate vibe curator,’ and with Rage & Release he has created space for a community to coalesce around a common interest in running and using cannabis not to party or to zone out, rather to be present and talk about things like physical and mental health.”
On competitive running, exactness, and finding permission to be myself.
‘I Don’t Know What Else to Do. So I Run.’
“You see that you can never go back. And with this knowledge a peculiar grief descends.”
Are We Getting Ripped with Protein or Ripped Off?
The rise of the protein drink industry.
A Professional Writer Never Skips Exercise
Back from dropping off the kids, and ready to write! Except I definitely have to exercise first. It’s going to be 90 degrees out there today and the dogs need to run and I don’t want to kill them—or worse, maim them and then decline chest-cracking at the billion-dollar emergency dog cancer spa. I know […]