Recently, we all seem to be looking for the thing – often enough nowadays, a tool, potentially an experience, and all too often just the next, preferably “smart,” gadget – that will make us happy, give our life meaning, help us make it a success.
Of course we eat, whether we run or not. You live, you eat. Running and eating, however, often seem to run counter to each other, even while these two sides of life could just as well run in tandem and make for better living. [Sorry
The same way we know we tend to – and maybe should, maybe shouldn’t – separate work and life, we tend to put our everyday activities and our training time into different boxes. We separate when we should integrate.