We’ve planted ourselves, we’ve uprooted ourselves, we’ve embarked on humble adventures, done some big races, dealt with injury, pursued more knowledge and continue to explore where we fit and what we’re meant to do.
Fear is good. Failure is necessary. I could end this post here and just hope you, the reader, accept that as fact, but most of us have grown up under the fiction that fear is weakness and failure is unacceptable.The truth is fear is the instinct keeping us from being extinct. The natural fight or…
It’s grey, cold, and dumping buckets outside. I’ve been in a car for six hours listening to the strum thwack of wipers, squinting to determine if I’m staying between the striped lines, and white-knuckling the steering wheel driving to Marin, CA.
I love to talk about food. I love to tell people what to eat. I love to grocery shop. I love looking at food. I love cooking food.
Show up at the start line of any road or trail run, triathlon, or cycling race these days and it is clear women are no longer a minority in the racing scene.
I believe I am meant to run through mountains, ride across desert dirt roads, immerse myself in the sea, explore less traveled paths, and actively engage in Nature.
To discern what is truly essential we need space to think, time to look and listen, permission to play, wisdom to sleep, and the discipline to apply highly selective criteria to the choices we make.” —Greg Mckeown
The new year is upon us, the last went by quickly. 2018 had a bit of everything we hoped for with a handful of things we could have done without.
It’s mid-December! Time to cue up New Year’s resolution blog posts and motivational Instagram memes.