I've been spending all of this year on the trails; looking to to reignite my passion for racing and wanting to spend more time, effort and mostly, energy, moving my body in an organic way - moving through the environment - running, walking, climbing, and yes, slipping, falling (LOL)... Well it didn't take long for … Continue reading it’s a slow process. do i quit?
2019 is your year! Together we can make this one of our #happiest and #healthiest - #believe it. Let’s all take some time this week to slow down and #reflect on what it is we want and need and to be honest with ourselves on what it takes to make these goals a reality. My year … Continue reading in limbo
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39 was so last year. The best is yet to come. I'm really 18 with 22 years of experience. The turning 40 quotes are endless and funny as F*** I turned 39.95 plus shipping and handling on January 26th. And the only thing I truly, madly, deeply miss are my 25-year old joints. I remember … Continue reading I’m not aging, I’m evolving
It's been 8 days since my 8th time racing Hawaii Ironman 70.3 in Kona. And on this 8th time, I can once again say that I learn something new every race. It took AT LEAST these 8 past days to MOURN what I felt was a sub-par finish. I was hoping for better; but, I … Continue reading eighth time is NOT a charm ********
I used to only run. My first race was the 2003 Run to the Sun (from Maui Mall at sea level to the top of Haleakala 10,023' on the steepest paved road in the world with a 10 hour time limit). I used to be a decent runner. My best half marathon was 1:57. My best Honolulu marathon … Continue reading gratitude
Last week I wrote about bumping into Mr. Grumpy. I've had the time to release my anger through weekly therapy; during multiple inversions at The Hang Out and just with the plain ole passing of time. I can hear the song playing in my head... If you're lost you can look and you will find me Time after … Continue reading invisible illness pt 2
Us locals say, lucky we live Hawaii. And yesterday, the Huff Post reported the same - Hawaii Ranks As The Happiest State In The Country In New Report. One of five poll questions asked: Do you like what you do each day and are you motivated to achieve your goals? In 2011, I left a professional career in … Continue reading find your happy