We believe barriers to fitness shouldn’t exist, one of the reasons we are a free fitness group (no money in, no money out) and our members don’t pay any fees. Because of this, we need your help.
Typically, when someone is given the Positivity Award, we ask them to answer a few get-to-know-you type questions in order to help the Tribe (and us) understand what makes that person tick. I sent a list of those get-to-know-you type
On Wednesday, October 24, we’ll be celebrating 5 YEARS of November Project DC. What better way to celebrate than with AT LEAST 500 people working out together? Smiling together? Sweating together?
If you didn’t live in DC and you heard about a local scavenger hunt, you would probably expect the list of items to include a museum, a monument, and a memorial. To me, that just sounds like the start of
Folks, we’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: NP is all about accountability. To your friends, to the group at large, to yourself. Sadly, Dave “Well Dressed (but clearly not well-awake)” Crespo did not get that message this
We can’t say enough great things about Chris Jolly, who received the Positivity Award last week. Jolly inspires and pushes those around him every week, is ubiquitous in the DC running scene, and is arguably the most fashionable NPDC runner
Folks, as you know, accountability is a big part of what makes November Project what it is — a gosh darn glorious community of amazing people. You tell your friend you’re going. You make a pact. That’s how this
Question 1: When did you last have fun? I mean, laugh from your belly, smile ’til your cheeks hurt, fall asleep smiling that night kind of fun. For some of us it was last week. For others, it’s been a
Y’ALL. I was planning to give you a write-up about “how we often forget about the life-changing nature of NP…” or something, but PLEASE, just move forward and read Sean O’Neill’s positively EPIC account of the Alaskan Wilderness and the
Dear November Project Universe, the time has come for another NP Homework, and this one is going to be stellar. It involves bicyles, the great outdoors, painted #GrassrootsGear shirts, and of course, awards for the best submissions. This year, our