• RUNNER RUNNER: The declarative words say so much thanks to the rainbow-bright letters and repetition. Make no mistakes, folks: I'm a runner!  This yummy-soft lifestyle tee has a gracious women's cut and is currently available in sizes XS-2XL. Size Chart
  • Part of our 6-Word Stories Collection, this lifestyle tee broadcasts your inner and outer strength for all to see—including you. It's been a perennial favorite in our Store since its genesis as a story that won a treadmill for a Pennsylvania mother runner several years ago! As with many of our tops, we offer this tee in sizes XS-4XL. Size Chart
  • Part of our 6-Word Stories Collection, this story speaks volumes: It hits at the very core of why we run. Its message resonated so strongly with us, we chose it as the winning phrase in our 2020 treadmill giveaway contest. Since we know it'll hit home with runners of all shapes and sizes, we offer this tee in XS-4XL. Size Chart
  • Turn up the volume when proclaiming to the world what you are--another mother runner--so we amped up our logo on this sassy tee. (Fist bump!) We updated the colors on this popular design, offering it on a lifestyle tee with a more gracious fit in a wider range of sizes. We are pleased to offer this tee in sizes XS-4XL. Size Chart
  • Part of our 6-Word Stories Collection, this tale tugs are our hearts because it's so dang true: Somewhere in a run or race, running morphs from a physical activity to one that captures your spirit and soul. And when the going gets rough, sometimes it's that other "element" that carries you to the end. As with many of our tops, we offer this tee in sizes XS-4XL. Size Chart
  • As women, we know there's only one way to go: forward. Alas, often at a nonstop pace. This tee, with its three runners going to-and-fro in almost yin-yang circle, sums up that can-do, keep-going approach to life. It has a gracious women's cut and is in sizes XS to 3XL. Size Chart
  • When we debuted the phrase, "badass mother runner" more than a decade (!!) ago on a top, we had to be a bit coy about saying the first word. Now, "badass" is the hero of this gorgeous lifestyle tee! Loud + proud, ladies, loud + proud. We are pleased to offer this tee in sizes XS-4XL. Size Chart
  • BEST FOR: Women who are in perimenopause, or women in their 40s PREREQS: None NUMBER OF WEEKS: 6; June 5 - July 16, 2023

    A random Tuesday morning, and I (Dimity) was floundering. "I kinda feel like I'm losing my mind these days," I text a friend who works in healthcare. "This perimenopause thing is no joke." Despite living a healthy lifestyle—eating my veggies, exercising most days, meditating somewhat regularly, etc.—and owning a dog-eared copy of The Menopause Manifesto, both my body and mind were not the familiar friends I'd inhabited the previous 48 years. My mood scraped the bottom most days; my sleep felt jagged; my memory had gaping, frustrating holes; and I felt like I had zero control over anything. If you're in your 40s, you may very well know what I'm talking about. (And for that, I'm sorry. It sucks.) Yes, it's easy to chuckle with a friend about having to get up in the night to change your shirt, soaked with sweat like you just ran three tempo miles: It's good bonding, right? That said, the whole perimenopause situation—hot flashes that stem from hormone fluctuations, which also contribute to poor sleep, unexpected weight gain, a cloudy mind, and other symptoms like anxiety, depression bloating, and constipation—are far from laughable. It can bring you to tears on a daily (hourly?) basis, and make you feel like you are, in fact, losing your mind. Which is why we created Talking Perimenopause: a Six-Week Salon. No, we aren't going to "fix" your perimenopause in six weeks, but we are here to help you understand what is happening to your body, in real, accessible terms. We offer doable ideas and ways to ease symptoms. We answer all your questions, and call in experts to give a deep, helpful dive into multi-level topics like exercise and hormone replacement therapy. We have enlightening conversations that provide both validation for your symptoms and offer important group connection. Along the way, we teach you to grow broccoli sprouts; define the (important) difference between estrogen, xeno-estrogens, and phytoestrogens; help you figure out if hormone therapy is a good individual call for you; remind you of the value of throwing some weight around; and, of course, make sure to laugh regularly. At the end of six weeks, you'll not only feel better physically, you'll also feel mentally connected and be ready to continue to navigate, with grace and perspective, your perimenopause.
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