Monthly Archives: March 2012

Northeastern Quad, 3/22


These first few days of spring have been absolutely beautiful. I feel like I’m in the first week of June. I’ve been running mostly mornings and evenings, trying to stay away from running during the warmest hours of 11 and … Continue reading

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Ras na Heireann


Ras na Heireann was Sunday, March 18th. While all my roommates were lying in bed, hungover and trying to recover before the parade, I was on my way to Somerville, getting warmed up. It was my 2nd 5k, and was … Continue reading

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How the Internet Has Changed Barefoot Running


How often do you see someone running barefoot? Probably not often, if ever, unless you’re a barefoot runner yourself. A very minimal percentage of the population runs barefoot, however, the Internet, social media websites and digital media initiatives are bringing … Continue reading

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Boston Public Library


The Boston Public Library, is a pioneer among US libraries. It was the first library to allow citizens to borrow books and materials, the first to establish off-site branches, the first library to designate a “children’s room” and storytelling, and … Continue reading

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Maps: Not Just Cartography


Infographics are one of my favorite forms of journalistic media, both in print and online. Maps are great examples of infographics, and the Internet has allowed maps to be even more useful. Maps can show things words cannot display as … Continue reading

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Everyone Loves Good Deals


I love deals, and I love fitness clothes. Two great upcoming sales: 1. Marika Magic – Tuesday, March 13 on HauteLook. I’m a huge fan of the brand (you can get an idea of the clothes they sell at the … Continue reading

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Making More Out of WordPress


I’m trying to vamp up my blog a bit, so I did a tiny bit of research and found some useful tips and tricks that I wasn’t previously aware of. When you copy-paste a tweet, it shows up as an … Continue reading

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Minimalism


While in California, I tried on this pair of running shoes. The shoes are part of Brooks’ PureProject running collection. I didn’t end up purchasing them at the time, but they’re definitely still on my radar. They’re not traditional running … Continue reading

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Still Feels Like California


I returned from California, and it was a great trip. I got to spend a lot of time with my family, the weather was incredible and I even got to run across the Golden Gate Bridge which was awesome! I … Continue reading

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Sparking Creativity


My most recent post was an upload of my running video that I recently made for my Reinventing the News Class. Our video project was the hardest part of our semester, but I think it was a great to be … Continue reading

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