Lessons from my 7 Month Training "Sabbatical" One year ago I experienced an eye-opening break from my typical routine. I like to call it a "Sabbatical" because that can be defined as such: "Sabbatical: a rest from work, or a break, often lasting from two months to a year." This is specific to triathlon... Continue Reading →

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Gotta love the Tennessee local hospitality.  Lots of "y'all" and "fixin to" and "you want sweet tea with that?"....  I even got carded a few times. To catch you up a bit (it has been ages since I have written last) - this race was more about getting to the start line than the finish... Continue Reading →

Takeaways from Oceanside 70.3

It’s already been more than a week since crossing that finish line in Oceanside!!?  I "wrote" the race report in my head while biking that course (you have to think about something for 2 1/2 hours), yet it more or less erased the minute I crossed the finish line...  If only I could’ve put those... Continue Reading →

Don't judge people. Just be yourself.  Because at the end of the day it is truly up to you.  You are making choices daily of how you want to live YOUR life.  Obviously, with help from a few previous choices 🙂  (i.e. kids, significant other, etc.)  After all, it isn't about the label.  Or what... Continue Reading →

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