While the “official” contract between Oiselle and Alison comes to a close this summer, the partnership and support will continue. Let’s take a moment to say THANK YOU to Alison for making this move to Seattle, and hear from her on upcoming plans she’s got cooking!
For our fifth part of our “18 Questions” interview series with some of our professional athletes and advisors, we went for a stroll in Magnuson Park with middle distance pro and Littlewing athlete, Rebecca Mehra.
August 11, 1973 is considered to be the birthday of Hip Hop. To celebrate, we’d like to share this blog post by one of our Volée members, Karen Bagley, about the bittersweet joy that the 21st century parental nostalgia relay race can bring – enjoying the past, passing the cultural baton, and watching what happens as the next generation takes the baton and runs.
I just finished running through 9 months of infertility treatment followed by 38 weeks of pregnancy. And let me tell you…it was a ride! Read about the ups, the downs, the gear - and everything I learned by running while I was pregnant in this blog.
Don’t call it a comeback. Carrie Mack’s been here for years. And yet, Carrie’s Eugene Half Marathon race on Sunday, May 1, is a comeback. Or rather, a slightly different Carrie will step to the line. Carrie shares with us her thoughts going into this weekend, and a bit of what her new motherhood has taught her along the way.
Community. To some, gathering may be more magical in person, to others the magic comes from a mid-day check in direct message that gives you the boost you need to get through a tough day, and to others it might be being a part of a private digital group where you can connect to share ideas and source advice. These are all ways I tend to find my favorite type of community within our Oiselle Volée.
I recently reached out to my Oiselle Volée teammates to ask them about their ‘first bra stories,’ because I think that moment (or shopping trip or conversation) is often memorable (and sometimes traumatic). Thank you to my teammates sharing these stories! You can read about them in the blog.
We play "18 Questions" with Paralympian, Haute Volée wheelchair athlete, and 90s music lover Jenna Fesemyer. Come on in and get to know her better!
Turns out, according to research, it is unlady-like to be active and healthy. And potentially very dangerous to the human species as a whole, as the uterus may begin to wander throughout a woman’s body or potentially just drop right out. Learn about the Uterus Keeper in today's blog.
Today, March 31, is International Transgender Day of Visibility, an event begun in 2009 by transgender activist Rachel Crandall Crocker to highlight and celebrate the lives of transgender people (particularly as a response to the more well-known Transgender Day of Rememberance, which calls attention to those whose lives were ended by violence).
Athlete-Advisors at Oiselle. Each represents Oiselle in running/sports via their individual pursuits, and as part of the Oiselle Advisory Group, which helps shape the direction of the company. In turn, our goal is to support their ongoing work as athletes, activists, writers, and thought leaders. In this blog, you will get to know Kara Goucher on a more personal level.
If 2022 is a wall, most of us are tip-toeing towards it, slowly peeking our heads over or around it while bracing for whatever we might find on the other side. We come bearing good news. No matter where your interests lie, there are many happy things to look forward to in 2022.