Monthly Archives: April 2013

What gets us going in the morning

For most people, though, the pain barrier is not the Alberto Salazar type, but more the Louie Anderson type—the pain of getting started. Our philosophy—lived, not just articulated—is that something is better than nothing. Continue reading

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Guest blog: “Why I sometimes like baseball”

When I sit in the stands and see a breathtaking view of the city of Pittsburgh, a city I know and love, I feel at home. When Andrew McCutchen hits a home run, no matter how little I care about baseball at every other moment, I stand to my feet and cheer. And I don’t think about what every one else is thinking. I don’t worry about how stupid I look, or if they will somehow, out of all the people there, zoom in on me and show me on the big screen. I just cheer. Continue reading

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