When you go off of the beaten path, most people (even those close to you) won't understand what you're doing, where you're going and why you're doing it (that's normal).
In The Arena
This past weekend, we held our second annual Project Endure event here in Philadelphia and it was a massive success that exceeded all expectations. It's going to take me a long time to process what's on my heart so for now you get this blog (and associated podcast reflection below).
It's from Tsh Oxenreider and it goes, “people are willing to be brave when they admit their smallness within the enormity of the world, and the best way to understand our smallness is to leave our comfort zones and start exploring, one foot in front of the other.”
This blog comes from a conversation with someone who’s had a massive impact on me for a long time. I hope it inspires you to embrace the art of becoming.
This blog is a nuanced take at what it looks like to practice endurance without exhaustion.
NYCM: Race Recap
This past weekend I ran the 2022 New York City Marathon and it was an experience that I'll never forget. With a few days to process, I still can't quite put things into words but I tried. This is a brief account of what went through my mind during the race as well as what I'm feeling on the other side of the finish line.
NYCM: Race Week
This blog is a series of scattered thoughts leading into the 2022 New York City Marathon (in just five days).
One Hour | 1,323 Push Ups
I decided to see how many push ups I could do in one hour and the answer (for now) is 1,323. Most people have asked "why?" and this blog is the simple set of answers.
Letting Go To Grow
Growth demands a willingness to wade through messiness that comes with change. This blog is about the role that surrender plays in growth.
COVID Caught Me (Terrible Timing)
Well, COVID caught me right in time for the G1M half marathon so instead of that hard thing, I'll be dealing with this hard thing.