“We don’t often get what we want…” but don’t we? This has bothered me this week. I feel like I have been getting what I want, I just don’t know what I want, so I don’t recognize it.

Right? That is a complex problem when looked at this way. My recent trip to New York City is a bit of my exploration into what I actually want, by not working, I was able to see what was important to me.

I am also open to ideas. Honestly, I've got a toolbox of skills you wouldn't believe, and only require that I believe in the thing that I am empowering with that skill-set.

2019 NYC Marathon Week: Race Day Magic


All I want, is to enjoy the day, find some unique frames, and let the magic of race day in New York City do it’s thing.

But when the sun sets on Saturday night, the tingle begins, and I can’t help myself. I’m an addict. I need a fix.

And New York City delivers.

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2019 NYC Marathon Week: To Smile


Hands on knees, covered in sweat, matted hair, veins throbbing along her hairline, wide open bright eyes, and ear to ear smile — still nearly gasping for breath. This is Anne in this moment.

At night, in the dark, with nothing but headlights illuminating the puddles in the street — empowered.

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  1. Rich Roll podcast w/Edward Norton — An hour into the podcast, Edward begins talking about the swings of "passion projects" and losing discipline physically with exercise and eating during that time of intense outputs. Rich has learned to acknowledge that an intense output calls for instability, and accepts that it happens.

    We can't self chastise ourselves. We have to accept that we have something else at the top of the priority list.

    "Conscious choices to invest my time elsewhere." — Rich Roll

    Rich goes on to say that even prepping for Edward's podcast, rather than working out or getting up a ridiculous time to workout, he chose not to. It isn't sustainable, and maturity has let him make these choices, without the negative self talk or chastising.
  1. California International Marathon — Last year I covered the women's 2:45 OTQ pack, that resulted in this TEMPO piece. This year, I will be documenting Peter Bromka's race day in his quest for sub 2:19, and an OTQ himself.
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