Interview with Louise Green on Body Image and Being a Plus-Size Athlete

Ever felt less-than because of what and who you see in the media? Take a seat and join in on my interview with Louise Green, as she shares her story of overcoming fears and how she became an athlete. She talks about body image, how we can change today’s culture, and what it means to be an athlete… no matter what size you are.

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Charlotte RaceFest Race Recap

Well, the good news is I’m still alive and well and able to write this post. Kidding. On Saturday, April 8th, I ran my 4th half marathon. It’d been almost a year since my last half marathon and in that span of time I pulled my hamstring and had to stop training for two half […]

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ARC Running Kick Off Party!

As you may know, I lead a run club here in Charlotte called ARC Running. It’s pretty cool. Each week we get together to run 1.5 or 3 miles and talk about life, how our week is going, and challenge each other to be better spiritually, physically, and within our communities. We’re excited to announce […]

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So You Want To Run The USA?

On RunningMyselfTogether, we love partnerships and interviews. I’ve had the opportunity to work a bit with Eric Wallor of Run Around USA and Full Potential Running and talk to him about his mission. And I even had the opportunity to write an article for his blog entitled, When Running Defeats Mental Illness. Eric is doing a lot […]

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The Beauty of Empty

God wants space and emptiness in us so that He can fill us. – Leah Darrow This post diverges from our usual broadcasting and is slightly stolen, but what’s that quote by Pablo Picasso? Good artists copy, great artists steal. Yeah, that’s exactly what’s going on here. Over the past few (maybe 6+) months my […]

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FaithAlive Interview: Runner, Blogger, Survivor

This week I sat down with Matt of Faith Alive to share my story. It’s deep y’all. I share my struggles with body image issues and recovery from an eating disorder. I think the main takeaway is that there is hope. There’s always hope, and while you may be in the middle of something painful […]

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Your Story: Running to Her Identity

After quitting her job to take care of her kids, Krista went through a period of lost identity. Read how running helped her get back on her feet in this new segment of RMT – Your Story.

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Life is Tough, So You’d Better Love Yourself

I have spent far too much of my life apologizing for who I am. Trying to constantly work on myself to be better, but not better for myself. Better for others, because I consistently hear things like this: It’s all in your head. You need to stop worrying so much. Will you just relax? You’re […]

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