Today I decided to do a number of things.

I decided to sign-up for the Foot Traffic Flat Marathon on the 4th of July, for the specific purpose of improving my finish time enough that I better my chances of actually running the Boston Marathon, not just qualifying for it.*

That wasn’t the biggest decision. . . . → keep reading

Good | Bad | Rad #6 – The can you marry an app? edition

A look back at some of the best, worst and most surprising parts of my week.

The Good

New Welcome Post. If you haven’t visited the home page here at Perception Studios for awhile, take a look. I’d love to hear what you think. (And keep your eye’s peeled, there’s more new stuff on the . . . → keep reading

Thoughts from a half marathon

Shannon Wilkinson at the Foot Traffic Flat half marathon 2012

With this morning’s race complete, I promise the running-centric posts will dwindle substantially! But, I can’t help myself with this one. There’s lots of time to think while running for two hours.

Here are a few of the things I thought about:

People vary.*

As much as I know this, it’s easy to forget. There’s . . . → keep reading

How To Stop Blogging in 3 Easy Steps

Shannon Wilkinson at the start of the 40th Annual Portland Marathon

Step 1. Experience a devastating event. Step 2. Write about it and post it on your blog. Step 3. Compare every possible thing you could write about to it, and let everything come up short.

So, I’m going to skip the words for awhile and just share some pictures from the last couple of months…

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