Guest Writer

Jennifer’s Story: Let’s Be Authentic Together

Today’s guest post comes from the lovely Jennifer. She’s a wonderful mental health advocate, runner, and all around awesome human being. The two of us connected early this year for something called Team Priority Health, but it wasn’t until this October that our two semicolon tattoos kind of brought us together. I couldn’t be more thrilled to know Jennifer and to have her be a part of this community. She has an incredible story and some words of wisdom to share. I  ...

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Guest Writer

Andrea’s Story of Courage

I couldn’t be more thrilled to have crossed paths with Andrea! She reached out to me the other week and shared with me her awesome blog about running and mental health. After reading what she had to say, I knew I had to ask her to share her story of running and mental health with the Still I Run community. Andrea is truly a courageous person and I hope you enjoy her story as much as I do! Please check out her blog too! Andrea: In December of 2007, I finally decided it was time for me  ...

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Running

The Best Shoe Site You’ve Never Heard Of

Let me start off by saying, do NOT get cheap running shoes. Cheap running shoes will do more harm to your body than it will your wallet. The first pair of running shoes I ever purchased for myself were from Target and they were $30. Great price! Poor results…. For two months I had HORRIBLE shin splints and I thought it was because I was running wrong. Turns out the shoes I bought just had horrible support and the midsole was made poorly (read: cheap). A shoe’s midsole is where  ...

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Mental Health

More Than Just a Shirt

This is so much more than a shirt to me. It’s a statement. It’s a way of saying “I’m a warrior”. When I was coming up with ideas for Still I Run’s first shirt, I wanted it to be something I would wear myself. Something edgy, and athletic, but something that would spark conversation. The word “run” is the focus of the shirt and it’s followed by a semicolon and nestled within two crossed arrows. Instead of having the word “run”  ...

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