Why I’m Trying a Social Media Detox | 12 Dec 2017

I don’t want to stop using social media. I just want to stop letting it seep in and fill up all those blank spaces with vapid nothing-ness. (more...) [0 comments]

Celebrate Your Small Wins | 6 Dec 2017

Celebrating a work in progress won’t make you less likely to achieve the finished product. Celebrating a step forward does not have to be the same as settling for mediocrity. (more...) [2 comments]

Knee Update + Some Words for Anyone Dealing With Chronic Injuries | 29 Nov 2017

Recently, when I’ve been frustrated or sad or angry about my knee, I’ve been forcing myself to acknowledge those emotions instead of blocking out everything, and to get to the root of WHY I am feeling that way, and how I can use that as fuel, instead of an excuse to give up. (more...) [7 comments]

This Thanksgiving, I’m Trying to Be Grateful For Difficult Things | 22 Nov 2017

Can you be thankful for the rock garden you can’t figure out, because it gives you a challenge and room to progress? Can you be thankful for bad weather because it makes you tough? (more...) [5 comments]

This Is What Progression Looks Like | 15 Nov 2017

We’ve been thinking about progression all wrong. Progression is not overcoming fear. Progression is not forcing yourself to do things that scare you. (more...) [2 comments]

Tailwinds and Flawed Theories of Self | 5 Nov 2017

It doesn’t matter what other people could achieve, it matters what you do achieve. (more...) [5 comments]

A Few Recent Events | 9 Oct 2017

It’s been a pretty relaxed few weeks. Aaaaand that’s definitely the first time I’ve started a blog post like that. Weird, do you even recognize me? (more...) [2 comments]

I Haven’t Ridden My Bike in a Month | 25 Sep 2017

Well, four weeks, to be exact, but I think we can all agree that life would be easier if every month was exactly four weeks long. (more...) [3 comments]

Stop Wasting Your Failures | 2 Sep 2017

Winston Churchill said “Never waste a good crisis” and the same is true for a good failure. Failure can break you. I know this from experience. But it can also be a catalyst, an opportunity, and as such, a secret weapon. (more...) [0 comments]