A Little Honesty

Things are really good, but sometimes they’re not, and that’s ok. Let me wash my hands real quick and we’ll have a chat… ^^^ Simpler times when I wasn't panicking about Coronavirus. I’m really nervous about the Coronavirus. I’m anxious and overwhelmed. I’ve never felt so threatened by an outbreak as I do with Coronavirus. …

Push Picks x FEB 7 20

It’s my first Push Picks of 2020! AND it’s a Friday. What’s better than that? Today I’m sharing some fun (and not so fun) things going on lately—things I’m reading, following, loving, not loving, etc. Let me know what you're loving (or not) lately! Something I’m following closely: the Nike shoe drama. As the most …

Redefining Identity: Who Am I Outside of Running + Cycling?

Years ago—at least ten of them—my entire identity was wrapped up in being a collegiate runner. I had never envisioned myself representing my university in cross country and track and field. I figured my high school spikes had had their day. That they would sit in the back of my parents’ closet for the rest …

My Word For 2018

So, typically, we pick out a word or phrase at the beginning of each year to guide our thoughts and actions, helping us achieve certain goals or live a certain way. It’s our theme for the year. It’s an anchor; a north star. But, come January 1, 2018, I didn’t have one. I was just …

Visiting Tampa For The First Time in Over A Year: it got emotional

I got to spend Christmas in Orlando. Last year I joked with my family that all I wanted for Christmas was a tan because, after living in Tampa for eight years, I wasn't used to slowly fading from sun-kissed to sickly in the wintertime. Colorado's winters are sunny, but we're all still bundled up pretty …