Monthly Archives: "October 2013"

The Beginning of the End

Posted by · on October 24, 2013 · in Reflection · with 0 Comments

The Beginning of the End

Graduating from college was anti-climactic. While graduation signified an enormous turning point in my life, most students know that the day itself comes a few weeks late. I remember countless late-nights in the lab thinking “just make it through April.” On May 1st, I’d be finished with finals, my thesis would be written and defended, […]

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Five Minutes

Posted by · on October 10, 2013 · in Reflection, Running · with 0 Comments

Five Minutes

This is making me feel old. It must have been at least a decade ago, maybe 15 years, that my brother, my cousins, and I began the tradition which would ultimately come to define Thanksgiving in my extended family. I don’t know if we ever named it or if it just became known as “make-Tyler-run-around-the-grandparents’-yard-for-as-long-as-possible-after-Thanksgiving-dinner.” […]

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Tyler’s Training: Week of October 1, 2013

Posted by · on October 07, 2013 · in Tyler's Training · with 0 Comments

Tyler’s Training: Week of October 1, 2013

Before getting to this week’s training log, please let me take 30 seconds of your reading attention span to remind you that we at STRIVE are developing a community center (creatively dubbed, The Center) to offer totally free educational and youth-empowerment programs in rural Perú and we need your support. Please visit our YouCaring fundraising page to learn more and support our development […]

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Quitting

Posted by · on October 03, 2013 · in Reflection · with 1 Comment

Quitting

Before we begin – a short plug for our Fall Fundraiser. For those who don’t know, we at STRIVE are developing a community center (creatively dubbed, The Center) to offer totlly free educational and youth-empowerment programs in rural Perú. Please visit our YouCaring fundraising page to learn more and support our development efforts. Thank you to […]

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