Category Archives: born to run

Under the Blue Moon 5k

Last night was one of the most fun nights our family has ever had! We got to run the Under the Blue Moon 5k. This was a race put on by our city, more specifically, our Miss Eagle Mountain. Her … Continue reading

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The Coach’s Wife

If you have been following this blog, you know by now that I am a wife, mother to 5 kids, preschool teacher, freelance writer for the Spectrum, and of course, a runner. What you may not know is that I … Continue reading

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Keeping it simple

In my article that ran in the Spectrum today, I wrote about the simplicity of running. I focused more on the material side of things, i.e, specialized clothing and accessories, that at times can¬†over-complicate¬†what is such a simple, natural thing. … Continue reading

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Running in Heaven

In previous posts, I have written about my seven brothers, aka “The Uncles.” As awesome as they are, and as proud as I am to have each and every one of them, there is something about having sisters that is … Continue reading

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Running: As Good as Ice Cream

In my last post I talked about loving to run ladders and other sprints at the end of basketball or soccer practice. This may strike some as more than a little strange, saying as the sprints at the end of … Continue reading

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Why Ari Ran

My name is Arianne, and I love to run!…Hence, the title of the blog, “run ari ran” (run Arianne). For a while now, I have wanted to write about running, from my perspective. And though I know that I am … Continue reading

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