It's too easy these days to stay heads-down in work, on your phone, and in your own world. Some days, I don't even leave the house until late in the afternoon to teach, having little-to-no human contact. The WFH life can be a bit mind-altering when the only interaction with people is through a screen. [...]
I talk about the need to press a giant recent button every year, sometimes every month and, like right about now, when work and life are just so busy, every single day. And I’m starting to understand that this need to reset comes in waves as part of different cycles of life, sometimes we just [...]
I’m on my way to injury recovery and I'm thrilled to be participating in the Gerolsteiner Sparkling Detox challenge for the third year in a row. For five days (August 27-31), I’ll be drinking all Gerolsteiner Sparkling Mineral Water, and no coffee, wine, or any other beverages that usually spark(le) my fancy.
Working remotely can be tricky. You set your own schedule. You decide what to prioritize on your to-do list. You pick where, when, and with whom you want to work. The working world is your oyster and it can go in many directions. I get a lot of "What are you doing today?" since many [...]
When someone asked me the other day my mile-threshold for feeling good on a run, the point when I feel like I can just keep running, I didn't have a set answer. Some days it's one mile, other days it's two or three, and sometimes, I never find it on a run. Runners, you know [...]
When Fit Approach and Eggland's Best decided to bring penpal-ing back, I was so in. I'm always looking for a new and delicious recipe. Turns out it's strengthening relationships I've made online and off, much more-so than just commenting on social posts.
I'm slowly shifting Sundays into a day of little to no foresight; no concrete plans or expectations. As simple as possible. I find that having one day a week like this is my best reset button. And that reset can be a number of things; I don't rely on one surefire way to reset. Today [...]