I have a magnet on my car that says: make time for play. It is a reminder of something that is important, but something I never did much as a kid or any time since. I struggle to be carefree and playful. Instead I treat my days as a game about how much I can [...]
Have you ever watched something or seen something and known it was something you wanted to try or create? Maybe this is how you got into triathlon. Perhaps you saw a local race or caught the Ironman on tv and were drawn in, mesmerized by this type of competition? Maybe it took awhile for the [...]
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 [...]
I talk a lot about how we perceive things and how we choose to view what happens to us. It is easy in today's world to get worked up and feel you must do everything and let the stress get to you. At least for me it sure is easy. I love to be busy [...]
When I graduated law school nine years ago, I wanted to work at the public defender's office in Alaska. Preferably in Juneau, where my husband lived and worked. I had interned there for two summers, but the timing wasn't right upon graduation so I took another job. And then another. There was a hiring freeze [...]
How long to wait after an Ironman - part 1.
Using a triathlon watch during a race - my experience.
My experience using my watch for run workouts.
Watch features I use during bike workouts.
My watch experience and a recommendation about where to research.