Saving Face…Literally

As athletes we do so much to take care of our bodies, massage, nutrition, compression, but what are you doing for your skin?? If you regularly wash your face after sweaty practices and reapply sunscreen throughout the day you are already a few steps ahead of most. We spend exorbitant amounts of time outside, from … Continue reading Saving Face…Literally

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Getting down to (my) Business

The only thing worse than being told that the O.J. you are currently drinking is expired, is the realization that it has been a really long time since your last post. There are so many things that I could write about today, but rather than throw them all into one giant post I'll take my … Continue reading Getting down to (my) Business

Transitions

Transitions happen throughout life and twice in every triathlon, however, some transitions are more monumental than others. I know that I haven't posted in a long time, but that's because I have been going through a significantly monumental transition. I graduated from the University of Arizona with a Bachelor of Science in Nutritional Sciences/Dietetics. There … Continue reading Transitions

Staying connected.

"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.

Bugs Bunny Soup

Earlier this week I bought a 5lb bag of carrots from Costco. I have since realized that 5lb of raw carrots is a LOT of Bugs Bunny fuel. There is a reason that my major is nutrition as I have always loved creating things in the kitchen, taking my favorite full fat, sugar and calorie … Continue reading Bugs Bunny Soup