Then vs. now challenge?

8 years ago, on the left. 19 years old. Sophomore year of collegiate track and field; photo preceded by several months of overtraining and my first knee surgery.  “Underweight” in comparison to other NCAA throwers and according to the majority of my coaches. (What a wild world to live in when 195 lbs is tooContinue reading “Then vs. now challenge?”

The problem with planning

There’s this really awesome quote by this guy named Joseph Campbell that I have been hung up on for years. Google would tell you that Campbell’s work as an author and a professor at Sarah Lawrence College covers the “aspects of human experience” – feel free to dig a little deeper into that one onContinue reading “The problem with planning”

Are you limiting your own happiness?

You know that feeling when you have been working towards a goal for months or years, and then you finally get there… and… nothing? Maybe you’re excited and relieved because you finally made it; you finally made it happen. Or maybe you are a little frustrated because you made it but you feel like youContinue reading “Are you limiting your own happiness?”

Where do I find the reset button?

Halfway into January. Uh what? Oh, you couldn’t find it either? Wait, let me check… Nope. Not there… And also not there. Also, no, you’re not alone. I’m here with you. Can’t seem to find it anywhere. The new year always comes so jam packed full of high expectations and resolutions and goals. A plethoraContinue reading “Where do I find the reset button?”