"What a small world?!" How many times have you heard someone make this exclamation upon discovering they went to preschool with a friend of a friend's sister's cousin. This concept is also known as the six degrees of separation. The idea that everyone is six or fewer steps, or connections, away from one another. Reflecting … Continue reading Staying connected.
I had started a post after my last race in Dallas with the intention to deliver a full race report, but I never finished it, and probably would not be able to give a very exciting or accurate recall of race day. What I can tell you is that it was freezing! Air temp was … Continue reading Time to Recover
Here is Blog #4 for my English Class. When people find out my major is nutrition and I’m an athlete the first thing they say to me is: “oh, you must eat perfect”. Let me tell you “perfect” is for the step-ford wives. Honestly, I eat foods that make me feel good, body and mind … Continue reading “See Food” Diet
This is post #3 for my English Class! I mean if I have to write them anyways it would be silly not to share them with all of you too! Okay so I know that triathlon still sounds like a foreign country to most of you. The vast quantity and kinds of bikes out there … Continue reading All about the bike…or is it?
It's been an awfully sad, long time since I last posted. Senior year of college with a schedule full of 400 level nutrition classes and 20+ hour/ week training schedule leaves time for two things: eating, and sleeping. No, that list did not include showering, but don't worry I still rinse off after swimming...usually. So … Continue reading Online English