Persevering in Place
After college, I lived in Washington, D.C. for a year, working as an intern and taking a few courses. One
Justice is a Habit
Sabrina Little encourages runners to cultivate justice as a habit.
Vocation: On Re-Entering the Arena
What we can learn through time off from competition during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Bowling Alone and Sheltering in Place
Sabrina Little reflects on the changing dynamics of our relationships due to COVID-19 restrictions.
The Recency Bias (And Other Mistakes You Are Probably Making)
Sabrina Little writes about the fallacies and biases related to training and racing.
Dear Sirs, I am.
An essay about how we can raise the culture of our community through our own actions.
For Its Own Sake: Reflections on Leisure
An essay on how running can be a form of leisure.
Competition and Envy
An essay about envy in running.
Thinking in Public for Runners
An essay about how to converse online.
Ode to Some of My Habits
Sabrina Little writes about how habits can both positively and negatively impact your character and life.