Beth Bradford

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Beth Bradford worked for 10 years as a TV photojournalist in Washington, Baltimore, and York, Pa. She moved to the Deep South to pursue her graduate degree and spent 13 years teaching at private and public colleges in the South. She ditched her flip-flops and tank tops in 2018 to move back to her beloved Mid-Atlantic.

A life-long competitive athlete, Beth can be found cycling or running in the Philly suburbs. She has completed four marathons, two Ironman triathlons and eight half-Ironmans--one qualifying her for world championships. She balances her active lifestyle with meditation and yoga, and she maintains her 200-hour yoga certification.

She writes about education, communication, wellness, and spirituality, and maintains the website Brad4d-wellness.com.

WRITTEN ARTICLES

Start Your Day with a Power Hour

Nick asked me if I had seen a show from the previous night. I told him I hadn’t, and that I typically go to...

A Meditation to Manage Your Type-A

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