Journal

Our Story. Dig it.

Special thanks to Kerri Stewart and My Window on KBNZ for doing this feature story on Picky Bars. Jesse and I did a rare news interview together about growing to 9 employees, how we got our start, and the future

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2014 USATF Annual Meeting Recap

Some other time I can write my entire history of my relationship to sport governance, ranging from blind optimism, to wanting to be the future CEO of USATF, to nice informative sit downs with former CEO Craig Masback, to puzzlement,

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A Return to Cross Country

Photos by Mark Stone. Third photo by Jeremy Topping. There’s a moment in every race that comes to mind first when recollecting. In the NY Marathon it was the look on a fan’s face as it shifted from enthusiastic screaming

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Ironman 70.3 Worlds. A Tribute.

I’m sitting on a too-firm sofa in the living room of our hotel suite, drinking a glass of some kind of illegible French white wine, thinking about my husband. He went to bed 30 minutes ago, and is dutifully doing

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How to Run the Perfect 5k

When my random skill of running fast and talking to people results in a unique travel opportunity to a city I’ve always wanted to visit, I’m PUMPED! Chicago is that city, and the Magnificent Mile Women’s Half Marathon and 5k

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Exciting (Eek!) Changes at Picky Bars!

At Picky Bars, when it comes down to it, I have two jobs. Make recipes Be the guardian of what Picky Bars is all about as a brand The recipe part is hard work, but it is easy in comparison

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A Kick in the Pants, Peachtree Style

Before this weekend, (having never been there), when I thought of Atlanta I thought of this:   But after my three-day visit for the Peachtree 10k, thanks to the hospitality of the Atlanta Track Club and others, my view has evolved to

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