Tag Archive: big dreams

They say it’s your birthday!

I’m going to be honest, this birthday has been a hard one to look forward to. Not because of the actual birthday, but because in triathlon rules you age up on January 1.… Continue reading

2 years later

Thanks to Facebook’s “on this day” app, I was reminded of where I was 2 years ago today. It was the beginning of what was supposed to be my race week at Ironman… Continue reading

19!

It is October 19th and there are 19 days left until Ironman Florida–a race I have waited for 3 years to conquer. It’s getting real people!!! I did my last long ride yesterday… Continue reading

this is my fight song

Sometimes you need a reminder of who you are and why you do what you do…today I got that reminder! I will be quite honest, it has been much harder to train this… Continue reading

Week 2: Catching up

If there’s one thing for certain, it’s that nothing is certain, at least in Ironman training, and while that may seem pretty pessimistic, I would classify it more as realistic. From my experience… Continue reading

update on 2015 goals

With two months of the year already behind us (seriously where does time go?!) I figured it would be a good time to check in on my goals for the year (see original… Continue reading

Getting back to it

Wrote an email to my coach this week to give him an idea of what I was thinking for 2015 and where I was currently at. I have to admit, it was tough… Continue reading

2015 Goals

One of the great things about social media, whether tweeting, blogging or hanging out on the book of faces (remember when that was a real thing that was printed and bound and handed… Continue reading

I can. I will. I did! – IRONMAN Chattanooga race report #imchoo

I’ve put if off long enough… time to get to writing the #IMCHOO race report. Not putting it off because of lack of desire to share the story, but it’s really hard to… Continue reading

I am prepared

This has been my the pic on my locked iPhone screen since my trip to Alaska this summer. When I was in Alaska, I went down a zipline with my brother in law… Continue reading