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Nita Sweeney Became An Accidental Mental Health Advocate


Today’s guest was last on the show almost two years ago and I’m excited to welcome her back for round two today!

There is a lot to catch up on with this runner, author, and dog mom so I’ll keep the intro short.

I’m looking forward to going a few easy miles today with Nita Sweeney and welcome her back to the show.

Nita Sweeney

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Gary Joe Collins Finds Small Wins Today For Success Tomorrow


My guest today is someone that I’ve had a lot of fun banter with on social media over the last several months.

I don’t know much about his running life, so I’m excited to see where this conversation goes over the next several miles.

I am looking forward to getting this party started and welcoming Gary Joe Collins to the show today.

Gary Joe Collins

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Jen Lefforge Provides a Breath of Fresh Air in a World of Stigmas


My guest today has many titles which include but certainly aren’t limited to- wife, mom, runner, blogger, and Disney lover.

Jen Lefforge Posing with the Boss and Some Bling

Recently she also added her own YouTube channel to her already busy life.

Jen Lefforge and I will go a few easy miles as she shares the why behind what she does and her goals for the future both running and beyond.

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Suzy Slane Pulls No Punches About Running Postpartum and Mental Illness


Today I’m catching back up with Ms. Suzy Slane.

Suzy Slane on Race Day

Suzy is the kind of person that pulls no punches.

She’s real and honest and raw on her blog and her social media, so it’s no surprise that we went deep during our chat today. Read more

Scott Douglas Is A True Believer That Running Is Therapy


It’s safe to say that most runners have read something that my guest has written.

Scott Douglas

Scott Douglas is a contributing editor at Runner’s World as well as an author of numerous running books.

His most recent book, Running is My Therapy,  addresses the many mental benefits running has.

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