I was at one of my local grocery stores for “Gelato Wednesdays," that glorious day when gelatos and sorbets from the prepared foods section are half price. I got into an in-depth conversation with the cashier about the pineapple basil sorbet I purchased and realized that I have been confusing gelato and sorbet for years.
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Two things keep me motivated to train consistently. Racing and keeping current with my running log.
After a long and particularly brutal winter and a spring that wasn't sure when to begin, beautiful weather has finally made it to my hometown Chicago.
The higher temperatures and blooming flowers and trees have unfortunately brought some unwanted visitors. Spiders and ants, specifically. I love nature, but I don't particularly want it in my house.
This week's bloggers give tips for group running, improving your form, and self-administering an upper back massage. Also a look back at the World Relays, and Div. III track & field championships.
It seems like young leaders are pretty much synonymous with the idea of diversity and inclusion. So, for Asian Pacific-American History Month, here are 5 things that should be on your mind lately.
One of my friends was raving to me recently about the meal subscription service she was using. She sent me a free trial through her subscription of choice, Blue Apron. There’s a bunch of other services out there including Hello Fresh and Plated. The concept is that you are mailed all of the ingredients in the proper proportions you need to make one or more meals for the week.
While most media focused its hype on a boxing match, the second annual IAAF World Relays in Nassau, Bahamas was arguably more exciting, with the U.S. dominating, and producing two world records.
My is Asian-Pacific American Heritage Month. Check in with one of our young leaders and guest bloggers, Kong Chang, to find out his thoughts on the mentor-mentee relationship.
I was recently at the grocery store to pick up a few things for dinner. I was turning into the baking aisle when I was approached by a woman with two young children—a boy and a girl. "Your baby is so cute!" she exclaimed, as she fawned over Maya as she sat in the shopping cart.