Reflection: Where are we on the road to a cure for MS?

In our busy society it is easy to keep going and never take time to for reflection.  The downside of this is that without reflection we lose the perspective that is required to remain dedicated to our strategies and dreams. This post isn’t about my running (plenty of time for that later).  Instead, it’s about taking the necessary time to…

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“So you’re saying there’s a chance!”

Endurance runners are frequently asked to explain why they run, and for many runners the answers have to do with the health benefits, weight loss, comraderie, or the challenge. While these are all great reasons to run, they don’t explain why I run. I’ve quit running on more than one occasion over the years, but it’s always drawn me back.…

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Outside the Comfort Zone

A little over a week ago MS Run the US  launched its new Athletes program (click here to learn more), and I am honored to be given the opportunity to be involved. But my involvement almost never was. I nearly said no to being part of the MS Run the US athletes program when Ashley Kumlien, founder of MS Run…

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