Written by Jamie After moving to Denver, I started noticing all of the fun, variously-themed 5k’s happening all over the city. This and my brother’s recent marathon completion inspired me to start training for my first 5k. Of course, this was in the spring, where weather in Colorado is ideal for running. As the colder … More Tips for Cold-Weather Running
Friendship Manifesto for Women Written by Erin I took a longer than usual time to grow up and thus, a longer than usual time to make adult female friends. Making new friends is intimidating. My husband and I used to (sort of) jokingly refer to my outings with women I met as “PF” (for Potential … More A Friendship Manifesto for Women
Written by Jamie The movie Horrible Bosses taught me that Charlie Day is still hilarious when separated from his ‘It’s Always Sunny’ friends, that Jennifer Aniston is still around, and that Hollywood will continue to make sequels that are very unnecessary. However, the real life horrible bosses that I have come across have taught me … More What I Have Learned from Horrible Bosses
Written by Erin Relationships are fascinating. As long as I can remember, I have been drawn to the nuances of human interactions. I love the subjectivity of perception: how two people can view the exact same situation with such wildly different interpretations and inferred motives. That’s part of the reason that I love novels: no … More On Love: What Makes Relationships Work?
Written by Jamie So I have recently tried, for the umpteenth time, to take up meditation on a regular basis. After learning more about the benefits, I was interested in giving it another shot. Right now, I’m using the Android Calm app, which is free in the Google Play store. As I start meditating, my … More On Meditation