Tag Archives: Towpath marathon

Selecting Road Racing Events: A Beginner’s Guide

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Ignore your inner critic. Get active. You belong! Do those sentiments sound familiar? Basically they summarize my encouraging words to you the past few years while I praised road racing. To clarify road racing meaning distance events like 5ks and such. I want to evade any confusion with racing motorized vehicles. Although I am pretty…

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Offering a Helping Hand: What You Should Know

Offering a Helping Hand: What You Should Know

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A strong correlation seemingly exists between living with a disability and receiving offers for a helping hand. Although too frequently said “offer” comes across more forced than optional aid. Occurrences today’s post seeks to eliminate. To those extending the aforementioned helping hand, please do not take the above comments offensively. My remarks intend to educate.…

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Better Safe Than Sorry, Or Not?

Better Safe Than Sorry, Or Not?

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Maybe a parent or another loved one uttered the phrase to you. “Better safe than sorry,” reasons your mother, father, grandparent, friend, third cousin Richie, whoever! Although the person saying the words varies, you typically find consistency in the why. Within the four words you will uncover a hint, “better safe than sorry.” Your safety!…

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Prove you wrong!

Prove You Wrong!

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Proving yourself seems a part to living with cerebral palsy. Expectations riddled with the word “cannot.” Sometimes you must fight just to receive the opportunity to show otherwise. To prove you wrong! The “you” encompasses those denying you opportunities. Truthfully, often one such denier goes overlooked. Go find a mirror. Yes. I am talking about…

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