Last Saturday, when I was feeling pretty shi$$y, I signed up to do 30 days of yoga with the lovely Adriene Mishler. Adriene offers free yoga videos via YouTube so you can practice when you want, how you want while wearing whatever you want (yes, even sweatpants!). Sure, I’ve been on a couple yoga retreats, I’ve… Read More Ommmmm
Grateful for this man’s unwavering support this past year after I said “yes” to my first marathon. He shoved me out of bed for early morning runs when I just wanted to sleep. He watched me switch to a stricter, meatless diet and helped me stick to it. He supported me when I quit alcohol… Read More My Rock
Cheers. Cheers to a year full of momentous ups and monumental downs. Cheers to being better for it. Cheers to the travels, the adventures, the risks. Cheers to ringing in the year on a snowmobile and wrapping it up on the beach. Cheers to Burning Man! Cheers to the late nights, the early mornings. Cheers to the music… Read More Cheers to Us
“Only those who risk going too far can possibly find out how far one can go.” T.S. Eliot At the beginning of November, I told my friend, Laura, that I was over this whole dating thing. I had tried Bumble at the start of the summer. Dated my first online match ever for about four months.… Read More I’ll Surf With You
On November 9, 2016, I woke up with a deep pain in my chest. I felt twinges run through my body. My head hurt, my jaw was clenched. I must have had one nasty dream, I thought. I looked around, one cat on my left, another cat on my chest, and picked up my phone. I scrolled… Read More Fueling It
I learned something after running 13.1 miles a couple weeks ago: there is such a thing as the post-half blues. I learned something else: it’s common and ok–especially after the first one. It’s kind of like that feeling you get when the wedding you spent a whole year planning comes and goes and then there’s this weirdo void that’s all… Read More Not The Last Half-Marathon Post
I see who you are today. And I can’t wait to see who you will become tomorrow. Now that’s love.