Weekend Riding in Tampa: Waffles in Safety Harbor + Fog in San Antonio

Tomorrow is the weekend and I still haven’t finished up this post about my fun rides last weekend because my days are mornings are spent running or riding, my days are filled with work and meetings, and every evening I cook dinner for my family. As my mom would say, “You’re busier than a one-armed …

Home for the holidays: Road-tripping Colorado to Florida

Seven states. Three days. Twenty-nine hours. Fifty podcast episodes. One thousand eight hundred fifty-two miles. How much do I loathe driving halfway across the United States? Let us count the ways. While I love Colorado, I am very much looking forward to not seeing snow for a month. State after state and mile after cruise …

Injured.

The thing about running injuries is that they feel like they’re never going to end. Like you’ll never see the other side of the thing; that every day you wake up and the pain is there, it feels permanent. That the physical and emotional suffering is forever. When I’m injured, sometimes I completely forget what …

Non-Election Content: Fresh bread, New books + A sunset ride

Last week, leading up to the election, I got completely fed up with social media. I got fed up with people screaming at each other between their screens. I got tired of reading hateful tweets about both candidates. I couldn’t listen to one more person shout something negative from their Twitter handle. It’s exhausting. Maybe …

Lately: Riding Before the snow, A COLD run + My First PT appointment

First of all… YOU’RE LOOKING AT A VOTER. Beanie season! On Thursday evening last week, I walked (in freezing rain that wasn’t in the forecast, might I add) three miles to and from the ballot drop box at The Louisville Police Department. I did my research on all the candidates before filling in those little …