Privacy Policy & Cookie Policy

At we value your privacy. My name is Bria Burton and I'm an independent author, a runner, and new mom. The purpose of this blog is to provide information about me and my running through blog post content.
Your Personal Data: I do not collect, store, or sell your personal data when you visit Google is the data processor for You can read their privacy policy to view how they will collect, store, and/or use your information:
Here is a detailed explanation of how Google uses ads, cookies, and how you can control the info that Google collects from you:
Redirect Links: There are links you can click which will redirect you to other websites. When you choose to click a link that redirects you to another website, be sure to refer to that website's privacy policy if you are interested in learning how that website collects, stores, and/or uses your data.
Subscribe to this blog: There is a link on this blog that allows you to subscribe to my blog posts. Blogger utilizes Feedburner (also owned by Google) for this service. There is a double opt-in feature which means that you will receive an email confirming that you do want to subscribe to new blog posts from As soon as your subscription is active, Feedburner will send an email message when has new content. You can change your mind at any time by clicking the unsubscribe link in the footer of any email you receive from The Anti-Running Runner (via Feedburner), or by contacting me at I will treat your information with respect. I will not share any of the information you provide through the Feedburner Subscription form with any third party.
You can view the privacy policy of Google (which owns Feedburner) here:

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Blogger (owned by Google) uses cookies in order to allow this website to properly function. What that means: this site uses cookies from Google to deliver its services and to analyze traffic. Your IP address and user-agent are shared with Google along with performance and security metrics to ensure quality of service, generate usage statistics, and to detect and address abuse.

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Here is a detailed explanation of how Google (which owns Blogger) uses ads, cookies, and how you can control the info that Google collects from you:

Here is a website that explains how to manage cookies, including how to delete them:

If you prefer to turn off cookies in your browser, you are free do so, but that might mean you will have difficulties navigating You can choose to turn cookies on in your browser if you wish to view at full functionality. You can also choose to exit the website if you do not agree with the cookie policy.

Contact Bria Burton via email at with any questions or concerns.