A (Minimalist) Resolution You Can Stick To

by Editor on January 18, 2012

I spent the beginning of January in Orlando and participated in the Walt Disney World Marathon. It was my second minimalist run at the 26.2 mile distance. As I walked through the Magic Kingdom in the days that followed the race, I was reminded of one of my favourite quotes from Lewis Carroll, taken from Alice [...]


Kids at Risk

by Editor on October 14, 2011

All of us fall into one of a couple of categories. Child, adolescent or adult. Within that last one, you could also be sub categorized as a parent or elderly individual. I’m not spouting anything new here. The point of this is to say that almost all of us have a responsibility to children – [...]


Running for Clean Water and Inspiring You

by Editor on August 26, 2011

This is a post provided to Barefoot Running by Daren Wendell, Co-founder and Executive Director of Active Water, a non-profit organization dedicated to addressing the world wide water crisis. You can read the first part of this feature here. Often times, I come across athletes who have been running for their entire lives. They have competed [...]


Aging Bare Feet

by Editor on August 22, 2011

Raised to go barefoot as much as possible, I’ve gone through each stage of life making some accommodations and concessions, but reaping some victories as well. While I’ve shed my shoes whenever possible at school and jobs, I know when to tuck my toes into something approved by society. Bare feet were usually okay under [...]