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Category: challenges

What If Wednesday

I saw this picture the other day and it stuck with me a bit.  I’ve had a lot on my mind with Runnin’ Not Walken and wanting the team to […]

Run-Gooder #9 – Michael

*** REPOST***  Again in the effort to highlight members of Runnin’ Not Walken, I give you Michael!  Since this article was written at the beginning of the year, Michael has […]

Runnin’ Not Walken Update!

Ragnar Registration Day has been one of the most exciting days of the year for me.  It bears with it the promise of adventure.  It’s a feeling both exhilarating and […]

Happy February!

I saw this the other day and it got me thinking and I just had to share.  It’s a pretty simple message but it’s the kind of thing that can […]

Reflection Friday…

It does not matter how slowly you go, as long as you do not stop – Confucius Happy Friday!  Today is January 25th and the first month of the year […]

Run-Gooder #9 – Michael

It was early 2015.  Team Runnin’ Not Walken had about 8 or 9 of our 12 spots filled.  I reached out to Michael and his two brothers, Adam and Ryan […]

Run-Gooder #8 – Amanda

“If it doesn’t challenge you, it won’t change you.” – Fred DeVito After corresponding and finally getting to meet her, the above quote made me think of her.  Matt’s better […]

Good-Bye 2018! Hello 2019! – Part 2

From a running standpoint, 2018 was in many ways a great year.  It had ups and downs, naturally, but for the most part, it was a fantastic year. Runnin’ Not […]

Run-Gooder #7 – Artie

  As 2018 winds down and 2019 approaches and the blog has continued on, we’ve had a decent little following begin and it has kept me thinking of who to […]

Run-Gooder #4 – Emily

Meet Emily!  Not all of Runners Doing Good followers are Stateside.  Emily is a UK runner and has been a follower of our twitter handle for awhile and is also a beneficiary […]

Run-Gooder #3 – Tim

“If runners don’t support each other, who will?”  – Tim Green. Yea, the very Tim pictured above.  I ran across Tim the first time in 2015.  I had just started […]