Author Archives: Sarah Klein

It’s Official, I’m a Social Media Nerd

I’m sure it started as something no one else really wanted to do. Social media became one of the day-to-day responsibilities of the assistant editor I eventually replaced. I took over half-heartedly, following her instructions by the book. Using Facebook … Continue reading

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Mind Over Matter

I went for a long run with C this week. (When I say long, I mean seven miles. Long for me, but for C., now training for her third–or is it fourth?–marathon, I’m sure it felt like a quick jog.) … Continue reading

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I Was (Almost) A Spin Class Drop Out

My relationship with exercise has always been fueled by ulterior motives. A competitive soccer player at heart, I started running to get in shape for what I thought would be the hardest team tryout in the history of soccer—my high … Continue reading

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Sportsmanship vs. Competition

Now I can’t even remember how I stumbled across it, but this article has really stayed with me. “Sportsmanship at its best: Rustay helps Shine finish” is an account of a high school girls’ cross country race. There’s little about … Continue reading

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“Expert to discuss dos and don’ts in fashion for attending sports games”

”We’re giving women the opportunity to be themselves and still love the game.” Continue reading

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Chivalry Isn’t Dead, But I Wish It Were

I wish chivalry would just kick the bucket already. Continue reading

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“The 50 Fattiest Foods in the States” Goes Viral

Almost an entire year ago, sitting around the table in the conference room that overlooks Radio City Music Hall, the editors came up with a brilliant idea. What if we called out different states for their particularly unhealthy regional … Continue reading

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Notes from the Brooklyn Blogfest

Last week I had the opportunity to attend the 5th annual Brooklyn Blogfest at the Brooklyn Lyceum in Park Slope. It’s always an interesting experience to attend an event as a professional (I was on assignment for the Brooklyn Downtown … Continue reading

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Girl Hate

Think about “how much more kick-ass we could all be if we just stopped tearing each other down.”  – There may not be any proof of an uptick in actual girl-on-girl violent crime. But that doesn’t mean we aren’t … Continue reading

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Does Discussing Hijab Prevent or Perpetuate Islamophobia?

The traditional head-covering worn by some Muslim women is heatedly-debated. Is it oppressive and isolating for women, or freeing and liberating? Continue reading

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