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When You Don’t Feel Like It

Today was Track Tuesday and I. Did. Not. Want. To. Do. It. Even as I laid out my clothes last night, and charged my fancy watch and searched for my headphones and wished for a new episode of my favorite podcast, and set my eleventy hundred alarms, and drank my […]


Buck Up and Do It

Three weeks until the end of the school year, and since we live on a campus, we can see the signs of exhaustion everywhere. The students fluctuate between half a care and exactly zero cares. They can barely drag themselves to sport practice after school. When they’re not busy avoiding […]

when you don't feel like it

Theory and Practice and Running

Alfred North Whitehead was a metaphysician (whatever that is) who taught mathematics at Cambridge in the late 1800s. He contributed a theory of social and educational philosophy about which I recently learned. Theories are cool for theorists and academics, but most of us don’t bump up against them in our daily […]