If There’s Gravel, I Will Find It: A Morning Route

After getting pushed around during a particularly windy ride earlier last week, on a route I’d done several times in a row, I had a real fit about biking down here. About the same-ness of it all. About the lack of bike lanes and the overpopulation of Orlando, about whatever I could complain about. The …

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 …