Reading glasses anyone? I had my 37th birthday last week, on January 27. The day before my birthday, I hopped a flight for a long weekend in Colorado to celebrate with my oldest and best friend. I knew I’d have
New Year’s Eve has come and gone, and though many of you will have broken your big resolution by now, January is still a great time for reflecting, for getting your ducks in a row, and for thinking about big
I’m back, baby! On November 5, after nearly two months abroad, I flew home to the States. This officially-officially marks the end of my Camino de Santiago and the beginning of the readjustment to “real life.” Since I’m fresh off
Last week I told you all about volunteering at the ultramarathon in Raleigh—how much fun it was, how I got wrapped up in the strong sense of community, and how it left me itching to set a new big running
In just a couple days, I’ll be celebrating my 2-year soberversary. Wow, did that fly by. Honesty, at this point I’m not sure if I have to write about it anymore. But just in case there is someone out there
I had a hard week. And in it, a particularly hard day. And while I’m celebrating my birthday today—now officially closer to 40 than 30—when I sat down to write this week, what came out was what was happening. Gray.
Good morning, good afternoon, and happy new year folks. I think I speak for all of us when I say Bring. IT. On. 2021 was good to me, but I am not at all sad to see it go. It
The holidays are here, and while I love the lights and sweets and cheesy music, I know that this time of year isn’t merry for everyone. It wasn’t for me last year. I’ve been shuttered in my house for the