friends

The Real World

Everyday there’s more and more technology to keep us more connected… at work: …at home: …even during our commute: With “social media” connecting us, there’s something missing. The real world. And real people....

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Forecast Says?

It’s always hard for me to figure out what to wear for each season. But this time of year, New England weather seems to change every 15 minutes (sometimes to extremes) and often...

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Left Bank Bike

When I had a car I wasn’t one of those people who loved their car. And my car was certainly not an extension of my personality. But since I started biking, I’ve been...

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learning-to-drive

Small Steps

It’s spring, and there are many more bikes on the road. Others want to start biking. But changing to any new mode of transportation is a big lifestyle change and takes time. Just...

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carslikebikes

Reversed

As someone who thinks of their bike as a car, sometimes I really wish bikes were a little more like cars. Because most drivers I know would not put up with this sort...

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Need for Speed

Yeah, everybody knows traffic is bad. But sometimes it’s outright embarrassing.     Especially if you spent $60-90K on your car with the promise of speed, agility, and driver engagement. And have this...

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Bicycle Voting

Now that biking is really picking up in my town, I’m noticing something interesting. I don’t need to check Yelp much anymore.

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A Nose Knows

Riding bikes is fun, but sometimes it’s hard to get down the street. Especially in a neighborhood with so many restaurants. It’s so easy to be tempted to stop and eat everything. I’m...

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Women Mean Business

This week was the National Women’s Bicycling Forum held by the League of American Bicyclists.  While I wasn’t able to make it to Washington, DC, I tried to follow as much as I...

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