Lauren joined CDPHP in 2011 as an internet marketing nerd with a penchant for music, podcasts, and books. Previously, she worked as a hacker for the government, and in her spare time, was an award-winning DJ. She received a bachelor’s degree in computer and information science from what was formerly known as SUNY IT but is now the SUNY Polytechnic Institute. That said, she is not entirely sure how to answer when asked where she went to college.
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I had this notion for a long time that using a bike to get around Albany was not the best idea. I live within walking distance from a lot of areas in the city and enjoy bringing my dog to as many places as I can. After spending some time using CDPHP® Cycle!SM, I realize how silly that notion was.
I planned to use the bike-share program for a weekend, jumping around to events, restaurants, museums, and to explore. Spoiler alert – we are now avid users of shared bikes and instead of just a weekend, we constantly use them to get around town.
Here are some thoughts after using CDPHP Cycle!:
Welcome to Part X, and the conclusion, of Lauren’s marathon series. Well, she made it, and in one piece! Thinking about training for a marathon? You’ll want to start from the beginning.
Running Up That Hill Part IX: How Do You Know if Someone in Your Life is Running a Marathon? Don’t Worry, They’ll Tell You
Welcome to part IX of Lauren’s marathon series. The day of reckoning (aka race day) is drawing near. If you haven’t been following along, start with Part I to find out how Lauren made it this far. Or, continue on to Part X.
Welcome to Part VII of Lauren’s marathon series. The countdown until race time has begun. Start with Part I for a full account of what it’s actually like to train for a marathon. Or, continue on to Part VIII.