Monthly Archives: May 2011
I’ve been cooped up for the last few weeks in the library and my body is dying for physical activity! After I took my last final, I was so exhausted yet so full of physical energy but exhaustion took over … Continue reading
Randomness: steamed taters, woodear, carrots-n-cabbage and baby octopus.
Runners need yoga: it’s a fact, plain and simple. You beat your body up for a couple hours, compressing the vertebrae, loading the joints and breaking down the muscle and you need yoga to lengthen the body, bring energy back … Continue reading
Read Part One here As we left the good folks at the aid station up at Cold Spring Harbor (one end of the 12.5K course) we knew it was the final pass to glorious rest. I should talk a little … Continue reading
When I first started running marathons (Philly ’09), I figured I could do the 50 states + D.C. as some sort of lifetime goal (two separate groups for this; can’t we all just get along?); I would run just one … Continue reading
I’ve finally recovered from last week’s race (The Long Island Greenbelt 50K) in order to put my thoughts down but I’ve also been bombarded with a ridiculous amount of end-of-the-semester tests, homework assignments and lab reports so it has been … Continue reading
Saw an article in the Daily News and thought, hey, what a great idea! I’ll just mark it on my calendar, I’m sure nobody else saw this or is interested in this green crap. How much I underestimated the words … Continue reading
Bio lab is fun, and so are termites.