This probably doesn’t follow proper blogging etiquette, as I just posted something yesterday and I’m simultaneously typing this out on my phone while doing the stair master. But I have something to say, and thankfully a platform to say it on. You know, I talk so often of all theRead More
I don’t usually post videos, but I had something to say, and not enough gumption to write it out. So, here we go. My first video. Thank you for following along on this journey. It hasn’t always been easy. My life isn’t perfect and I still struggle with anxiety andRead More
“The world will tell you how to live. Don’t let it.” – Shauna Neiquist, Present Over Perfect The Dieter’s Meal One time, years ago, during some of my worst days, I went on a trip with my family to visit my grandmother in Florida. With a family of six, goingRead More
It’s been a while since I’ve written, but for good reason. If you follow me on Instagram or Facebook, you may know that I recently traveled to Portugal and Spain for a pilgrimage to Fatima. This next sequence of blog posts will dig a bit deeper into what I learnedRead More
The good, the bad, and the ugly of social media, with a little running to kick off a great week.
Self-care is must this year. Here’s why it’s important and here’s how to get started as you take control of your life, your thoughts, and your well-being.
What do you do when you’re not feeling inspired? Maybe you don’t think about it. Maybe everything inspires you. Maybe you don’t really give a darn. But I do. I’ve been trying to draw inspiration for my next post from something, anything, the past couple of weeks, but it’s beenRead More
*Disclaimer: This post really has nothing to do with running besides the fact that I thought about it while running…* Rejection Ah, rejection. We’ve all been there. Whether it’s within a social group, a romantic relationship, a job interview, or an audition, we all know what rejection feels like. And,Read More
But most importantly… why I’m telling you. *If you missed Part I of this story, you can find it here.* The Night Before My First Half Marathon The night before my first half marathon was spent as I suspect most runners spend the night before a race. A big pastaRead More
But most importantly, why I’m telling you. Keep Pushing Forward I distinctly remember one therapy session about two years ago where I had what some people call their “come to Jesus moment.” A couple days before this occurrence, I had gone for my first five mile run. Ever. I can’t rememberRead More