Are you a triathlete on the go who also wants to do more writing in your life? One solution could be a program for dictation - so that you can record your voice and have it turned into words that you can edit later on. It would certainly only work during certain workouts - maybe [...]
A look at why nonstick pans were deemed harmful, and steps you can take to mitigate potential harm.
And my own attempt to articulate the change I want to make in the world through health coaching.
After over three months of not swimming, I got back in the pool again this week - and even joined Masters again after a couple of years of swimming solo. I am not following a training plan currently and it is nice to just show up and have someone else plan the rest. While swimming [...]
This is definitely not our go-to everyday salad, but it is a great treat for every once in awhile, and makes an appearance throughout our summers. It is from the Colorado Collage cookbook from the Junior League of Denver (with a few of my own notes added). Southwestern Ceasar Dressing 3 tsp minced garlic2 shallots, [...]
I'm dealing with some nerves at the moment. Not in a good way like race-day nerves, but I find it fascinating how my body reacts on an unconscious level despite how I might wish my body to react. I'm sharing this article about race day nerves to help if you have a race coming up...or [...]
Spending a little time on the front end can save a lot of time on the back end. Taking time to figure out efficient systems in your life can keep you organized and save time and energy. One strategy I have heard of recently, I believe on this podcast with Gretchen Rubin, is to put [...]
Some decisions are difficult to make and yet, when you finally get around to making it, things fall into place and you realize that it was the right decision at the right time. There could be many signs. But if it is something that you fear doing the most - that's probably a good sign [...]
Considering self-care as a lifestyle; designing something that you love and do not regularly feel the need to escape from.
There is no elevator to success; you have to take the stairs. ~ Julie Rice(via Tim Ferriss podcast episode)