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Katie Arnold
Author of Running Home: A Memoir. 2018 Leadville Trail 100 Run champion. Contributing editor at Outside Magazine.
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Katie Arnold 10h
I really got caught up In this story of speed & the passionate and scrappy runners who chase it. It *almost* made me want to go run insane intervals on the track!
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Katie Arnold 15h
Some mojo for your Monday!
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Katie Arnold 16h
I got the chance to talk about Running & grief, resilience & motherhood, family secrets & the stories that set us free with the tireless champion of books, . If you need a high-energy listen to get your summer mojo flowing, press PLAY!
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Katie Arnold Jun 16
Such a fun convo with ! Put this on your play-next list!
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Lindsey Hein Jun 13
Are you caught up on last week's episode with ? Listen here before tomorrow's episode is released:
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Katie Arnold Jun 12
Replying to @coryrbenson
Thank you so much for reading and sharing! The Turnpike! Blast from the past —“what exit?!”
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Katie Arnold Jun 11
Replying to @LindseyHein
An all time fave of mine too! Thx Lindsey, for the great convo! 🙏
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Katie Arnold Jun 11
We really went for it in this podcast! Living, dying, writing, running, parenthood, endurance, mindfulness and the healing power of nature (& endorphins!) Listen on your next run, walk, drive, etc!
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Katie Arnold Jun 11
Replying to @MichellePauken
Thank you for reading and spreading the word about Running Home! I so appreciate readers like you!
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Dr. Michelle Pauken Jun 10
thank you for your beautiful book, Running Home, exploring running with an emotional and spiritual connection
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Katie Arnold Jun 9
Replying to @D_E_Strasser
Thank you for reading and spreading the word! If you liked this I think you’ll enjoy my memoir Running Home!
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Katie Arnold Jun 9
Replying to @outsidemagazine
Thanks !
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Katie Arnold Jun 9
If you’ve ever wondered about the connection between running and sitting, mindfulness & mindset, meditation & athletic performance, I think you’ll like this new story in !
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Katie Arnold Jun 9
Honored to come along on your run!
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Katie Arnold Jun 9
Thank YOU for reading and for such kind words about Running Home!
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Katie Arnold Jun 9
Thanks Jess!!! I’m so glad you loved the episode! Check out my book on ! I narrated it, it will really pass the time on your runs!
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Katie Arnold Jun 6
“Sitting isn’t so different than running.” How running trained me to sit and sitting trained me to write. Running to Sit Still | Outside Online
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Katie Arnold Jun 6
Replying to @outsidemagazine
Thanks Outside!
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Katie Arnold Jun 6
The question I get asked most often is “Why do you run?” There are so many reasons. They shift with the day, the season, the year. Here’s one.
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Katie Arnold Jun 5
It’s Global Running Day! But you don’t have to run or love running to love Running Home, about finding your way through loss, chasing big dreams, and coming out stronger on the other side!
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