Genuine passion for what she does made her a home-improvement television favorite. Amid the boom of her high-profile career, one thing that’s helped keep her grounded—and sane—is running. This is the story about a woman who is unapologetically herself, who’s always gone after what she wants, and who knows exactly how to wield running for maximum head-clearing results.
How one 45-year-old runner shaved an hour from her time to finally qualify for the Boston Marathon. I’ve wanted to run the Boston Marathon since before I even started running, thanks to four years of enthusiastic hollering as part of Wellesley College’s famed Scream Tunnel. My senior year—1996—coincided with the race’s 100th birthday, when event […]
Soon to be a mom of four, the elite athlete and real estate agent shares eight pearls of wisdom from her experiences training (or not!) through it all. Two years ago, Sara Vaughn captured the attention and admiration of running fans across the country when she overtook six women in the final lap of the […]
We’re taking the popular method to race shirts, medals, shoes, and gear. They can’t all spark joy. If you haven’t heard of Marie Kondo or the “KonMari method,” you’re probably logging way too many miles. Kondo is the author The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing, but more recently […]