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Dec 31

My Year in Running: 2018

7 women piled on a couch, tired and happy

In general, this was a much more difficult year than 2017. It started with a struggle and saw me scratch quite a few races that I had hoped to run. It also involved a cortisone shot to the knee. Not the first, but hopefully the last–this one really hurt. Overall, I ran 1255 miles (or… Continue Reading My Year in Running: 2018

Dec 31

Boston: Week 1

And just like that, we’re off. This first week was a good week, I think. It began on Christmas Eve and finished yesterday: As I mentioned in my previous post, this marks an ending of sorts (to 2018) and also a beginning. This first week’s workouts were a good entry back into the structure of… Continue Reading Boston: Week 1

Jul 31

Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy end of the month, ProfHackers! When you you are enjoying a bit of relaxation or riding the productivity wave, we hope that you’ve had a great July. Here are a few links to give you something to think about or talk about (or both) over the weekend. “From Gamergate …read… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

Jul 31

Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy end of the month, ProfHackers! When you you are enjoying a bit of relaxation or riding the productivity wave, we hope that you’ve had a great July. Here are a few links to give you something to think about or talk about (or both) over the weekend. “From Gamergate …read… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: July 31 Edition

Jul 10

Weekend Reading: It’s About Time Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy weekend, ProfHackers! We hope that you’re staying cool in the heat (or warm in the cool if it’s not hot where you happen to be). After another week of turmoil and debate, the Confederate flag was removed from the grounds of the South Carolina Capitol building this morning …read more

Jul 10

Weekend Reading: It’s About Time Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy weekend, ProfHackers! We hope that you’re staying cool in the heat (or warm in the cool if it’s not hot where you happen to be). After another week of turmoil and debate, the Confederate flag was removed from the grounds of the South Carolina Capitol building this morning …read more

Jul 03

Weekend Reading: Fourth of July Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy holiday weekend to our readers in the United States and happy regular weekend to everyone else (and a belated happy Canada day to our neighbors in the north)! According to an article in Vanity Fair, technology isn’t all it’s cracked up to be: “How iPhones Ruined Summer Camp.” Also, for… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: Fourth of July Edition

Jul 03

Weekend Reading: Fourth of July Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy holiday weekend to our readers in the United States and happy regular weekend to everyone else (and a belated happy Canada day to our neighbors in the north)! According to an article in Vanity Fair, technology isn’t all it’s cracked up to be: “How iPhones Ruined Summer Camp.” Also, for… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: Fourth of July Edition

Jun 26

Weekend Reading: “Interpretive Jiggery-Pokery” Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy weekend, ProfHackers! This week’s subtitle is thanks to Justice Antonin Scalia’s dissent against the Supreme Court’s vote to uphold the Affordable Care Act. More on that decision and others below. *When I initially drafted today’s Weekend Reading, I had a paragraph with links about the Confederate Flag and the …read… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: “Interpretive Jiggery-Pokery” Edition

Jun 26

Weekend Reading: “Interpretive Jiggery-Pokery” Edition

By Erin E. Templeton Happy weekend, ProfHackers! This week’s subtitle is thanks to Justice Antonin Scalia’s dissent against the Supreme Court’s vote to uphold the Affordable Care Act. More on that decision and others below. *When I initially drafted today’s Weekend Reading, I had a paragraph with links about the Confederate Flag and the …read… Continue Reading Weekend Reading: “Interpretive Jiggery-Pokery” Edition