Let’s Get This Party Started!

(Warning, this is a simulation,  I have not actually broken the tape at the finish line to win ...
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Boston, You’re My Home!

Our plane dropped under a thick layer of clouds, revealing the south side of Boston, little islands interspersed ...
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A Science Project Worth Running For

With just less than a week to go before the big day, I’m proud to report that I’ve ...
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REM-Runners of Marathons Past

For the past four years, I've trained to become a world-class leader in the area of Boston Marathon ...
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REM-Running around DC

  Running Past the Zoo, I stopped for a quick touristy pic. Just two weeks before the marathon, ...
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Those that Carry Us

It was not out of strength or courage that I began this journey. In the months following my ...
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Mission Cherry Blossom

I'm not a morning person. I like to take my time getting up - drifting in and out ...
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Wide Awake and Dreaming

With 16 days until the Marathon, I've decided to discuss an aspect of narcolepsy I've never discussed here ...
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REMRunner in the News

    I'm so honored to be featured in the Boston Globe health section today. (Check out: "A ...
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The Upside of Slowing Down

Still recovering from the tendonitis in my knees, I’m training with 30-40 minute run/walks. Although this isn’t exactly ...
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Photo taken for my VIA Award in Excellence at City of Hope

I am a narcolepsy advocate, speaker, and the award-winning author of Wide Awake and Dreaming: A Memoir of Narcolepsy. Living in Los Angeles and serving as President & CEO of Project Sleep, I love opening people's hearts and minds to the real narcolepsy, a neurological disorder affecting 3 million people worldwide. Thanks for stopping by!

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