An article about finish-line emotions and finding contentment.
Sabrina Little wonders about the character we can build through competing with others.
Sabrina Little writes about what freedom from both external and impediments looks like in running — and life.
What responsibility do we have to ourselves, our community, and the earth, when we find ourselves rooted in place?
Sabrina Little talks about the grumbling ever-changing hive of trail running and ultrarunning.
We can love running, our family, and our jobs; but the order in which we love and dedicate ourselves to each of them may change.
Sabrina Little explores the virtue of magnanimity and how to avoid its vices in running.
Sabrina Little tells us about the vices that can enhance our athletic performance, but may impede our character development.
Sabrina Little discusses technology’s positive and negative effects on running.
Sabrina Little examines the virtue of perseverance, and what happens if we practice it in excess in our running.
An essay by Sabrina Little about the value of imitating the good qualities of those around us.
Sabrina Little’s essay about how virtues might help you perform better as a runner.
An essay about appropriately balancing toughness and softness in our running.
Sabrina Little writes about superbia, or the vice of pride, in competitive sports.
After college, I lived in Washington, D.C. for a year, working as an intern and taking a few courses. One […]
What we can learn through time off from competition during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Sabrina Little reflects on the changing dynamics of our relationships due to COVID-19 restrictions.
Sabrina Little writes about the fallacies and biases related to training and racing.
An essay about how we can raise the culture of our community through our own actions.