Mothers are overachievers, balancing, juggling or just managing to keep careers, raise families, and find time for themselves. How do they do it? Two ORA working moms share their wisdom for peace and joy during the wonder years.
Why I Move
Why I Move celebrates the spirit and determination of Quad Citians to stay strong and live long.
Quad-Citian Joe Moreno says running clears his mind, makes him feel good … and may have even saved his life. Read about his love affair with running as he gears up for the 36th annual Firecracker Run!
Why ride your bike? Guest blogger, Chuck Oestreich, long-time bicycling advocate and supporter of the Quad Cities Bicycle Club (QCBC), says it expands his universe. Find out why!
Lisa Lynn Eveleth is happy to have lived through the heartaches of Lupus, to teach others how to live their lives to the fullest. Read her inspirational story!
Local ice skater “glued to the couch” to watch the Olympics … after her own daily practice!
From the East Moline Firecracker to the QC Marathon, you’ll find WQAD-TV sportscaster Kory Kuffler pounding the pavement alongside the other runners. Find out why!
This month, we welcome guest blogger, Nathan Tackett, retired Marine, software developer, Ironman and avid athlete who helped found the Quad City Hash House Harriers running group in 2009 which will host the Feb. 28 Red Dress Run!
Katherine Womack, Quad City Triple Gold Medalist with the Figure Skating Club of the Quad Cities, shares insights from years on ice!
Most days, Augie conductor Jon Hurty rides his bike to work before hopping onstage for rehearsal. Meet the man behind one of the QC’s most beloved holiday traditions!
Adventure Race organizer Gerry Voelliger shares his love of adventure in this month’s Why I Move. Don’t miss it!