My first Triathlon is less than 9 hours away…

As someone who packed up 2 bags full of armor & weapons and flew overseas for the very first time all by herself and survived, I find it interesting that I am sitting at my desk, writing in my Field Notes journal about how I am feeling kind of terrified right now. My gear is... Continue Reading →

The Varied Nuances of My Inner She-Hulk

Recently I re-discovered a couple of my old running/fighting playlists and decided to use them during my runs when I am stuck indoors due to smoke in the air here in Utah because of fires locally and from California. On Sundays I usually swim, ride and run on the same day, doing a pseudo triathlon,... Continue Reading →

My Three R’s…

Reset. Refresh. Restart. That's how June typically goes for me.  I spend the month resetting myself, my priorities, my body, and my mind. Even though this year is a bit different than the last 5 years, as I am not coming off an exhausting fighting campaign, I still find myself ready to get my fresh... Continue Reading →

Finding your stride…

Yesterday, after work during my 5k run in the park, I got passed by a gentleman who was literally walking faster than I was running.  He was about a foot taller than me and he had an extremely LONG stride, but even after realizing that, there was still something else about him that stuck out... Continue Reading →

11 Years Post-Op & still going strong!

Today, April 12, 2018 is the 11th Anniversary of my Roux-en-Y Gastric Bypass surgery.  The photo above is the only comparison photo I am going to do this year, I will save the multi-view photo for my 13th year anniversary, that's my lucky (and favorite) number. I wasn't sure how I was going to celebrate... Continue Reading →

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