Why you should make impossible New Year’s resolutions
I approach New Year’s resolutions the same way I approach ultramarathons: I seek out things that seem unattainable. I know from the moment I make my resolutions that there is a good chance I will fail. And, looking at my track record, I rarely make any of them. So why bother?
When quitting is winning
Yesterday I headed out into the mountains to explore some trails around Chamonix that I hadn’t been on before –Continue Reading
The Barkley Marathons: How I Became a Loser, Quitter and a Failure in Under 24 hours
The Barkley Marathons: a race officially consisting of 100 miles (likely a gross underestimation) set out in five 20 mileContinue Reading