Category Archives: potawatomi trail run

Out Of The Closet – The Truth About What’s In My Head

Do you exercise with music? Most people do. Music blares at the gym. Just about every runner or cyclist has earbuds in. Music can be a great motivator. It can keep us going, or going faster, long beyond the point when … Continue reading

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Why? (the big question)

Why?  That’s the biggest question I get in response to my attempt to run a 100-mile race. And that’s the question I’ve been struggling to answer for myself.  In my mind, running ultras is completely wrapped up in cancer. After … Continue reading

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Mom – Off To The Races

My mom worries about me. Actually, she worries about all of us – my sister, my brother, my dad, the grandchildren, her sisters, her brothers, friends, their children…. This is not a bad thing. She worries because she cares about … Continue reading

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Run, Julie, Run – 80 Out Of 100

Lack of success is not the same thing as failure. Alright, I’ve been having an awful time trying to write this post – hence the delay on my 100-miler update. Any of you who follow me or Life-Cise on Facebook … Continue reading

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Run, Julie, Run – Wildebeests

The wildebeests of Tanzania and Kenya embark on a yearly trip of around 1800 miles – the great migration. Baby wildebeests are able to stand and run within minutes of birth. Wildebeests are active both day and night. Although they … Continue reading

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