Inspired by a conversation with Nick Thompson, the CEO of The Atlantic, I muse on how running could move from a capitalist mindset to sustainability - the philosophical opposite - but probably won't.
To Run Or Not To
Is Not The Question To Ask
So Shut Up And Run
Running sucks so bad
But my brain needs to relax
So I trudge along
Great post and I love the haiku! Once a week is a great idea. GO!GO!GO!
To your two questions in the paragraph after the first subhead--yes! TBH I had a hard time relating to this post, although I found it interesting, because so much of my daily life is spent outdoors caring for land and animals, in addition to running, and I have always had a flexible career (except for a few years with an office job and commute). For that I’m grateful. I’ve been running consistently for 30 years now, age 24 to 54, and adapting goals to aging and life circumstances is essential for longevity as a runner.