The holidays are upon us! While this is an exciting and joyful season for sooo many reasons (read: Michael Buble's Christmas album on Spotify and snow on the ground and Christmas lights, oh my!), it’s easy to feel overwhelmed with busy schedules, family dynamics, Christmas events and financial stress. This time of year moves quickly, … Continue reading guilt no more! how to survive the holidays by setting your boundaries with grace
So NEWSFLASH, I love working out. "Once an athlete always an athlete" is like, a really nice idea, but sometimes you lose that intrinsic motivation and guys, that shit is hard to keep up 24/7/365. It just is. I tend be motivated these days by races and events, so when I am on a mental … Continue reading the best 25 (ish) minutes you’ll ever spend in a gym
You know what makes me happy? Wine. You know what makes me puffy and tired? Drinking wine while flying and in airport layovers. Does it stop me from drinking it? Of course not. That said, taking care of yourself when you're in transit is nothing short of an art. You're tired, feeling annoyed at the … Continue reading 5 hacks for travel wellness to keep you flyin’ high
This past weekend, I went to New York City with 8 of my closest friends …aka my FAMILY. The end. Jk! This is a long post, fair warning ok? TL/DR? No sweat. The long and short of it is, if you ever go to NYC and want some BOMB recommendations, just come back and read. … Continue reading Nine women, one city, and 2,649 glasses of wine
Guys, do you feel like EVERYONE is talking about their morning routines lately, or am I just stuck in a rut listening to a homogenous group of podcasts where this is what is the topic of choice? Whatever, it's really inspired me over the last few months to take a good, long look at how … Continue reading Let’s talk about our mornings.
*Warning! Long post. Recommended with a beer of choice and a block of time. As many of you know, writing is extremely therapeutic for me and this was one of the most enjoyable things to document. I hope you enjoy!* So...an Ironman, huh? I don’t exactly remember some defining moment that inspired me to officially sign-up for … Continue reading Journey to 140.6
Growing up, I was never one to take medicine, put bandaids or Neosporin on cuts, and I never had a sprained ankle that lasted very long. In short, I tend to heal fast. I'd like to thank my genes for that, but also my upbringing. My parents raised us to be tough. Walk it off. … Continue reading May…time to go.