Monthly Archives: August 2011

Guest post: The I Want It Now Mentality

We want it and we want it now! We’ve all been there, in fact some of us spend every waking day in the ‘I want it now’ mind frame. We see it, we want it. We hear about it, we … Continue reading

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Places I like: Eat Brooklyn

One of the reasons I love living in Brooklyn is the amazing selection of restaurants and cafes. There a great movement with a number of healthy, sustainable, organic places in my neighborhood, including Urban Rustic, Marlow & Daughters, Ella Cafe, … Continue reading

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Marathons and mud

I haven’t been running any marathons or even any distance further than 5 or 6 miles since the Brooklyn Half Marathon in May but I have been participating in NYRR races with the hope of running the New York Marathon … Continue reading

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Food inspiration from France

Surprisingly, I didn’t eat typical French food on my trip to France. Rather than going out to restaurants, we made a lot of our meals in the gite and ate very simple rustic style food: baguettes, cheese, salads, yogurt and … Continue reading

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Hiking the Pyrenees

In July I spent a few days in a little town called Aspet near the Pyrenees in France. Being in such a peaceful sleepy place was a welcome break from bustling New York City. The weather wasn’t as cooperative as … Continue reading

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