Ten-Minute Tuesday | On Making Room for those Crap-tastic Feelings

In this mini solo episode, I'm sharing about the importance of feeling your feelings (even, nay, especially the terrible ones) and how science shows that increased mental load limits creativity and expansive thinking so if you’re stressed and not in the mood to create or imagine new possibilities, that’s NORMAL and you're fine. Links/ResourcesThe recent … Continue reading Ten-Minute Tuesday | On Making Room for those Crap-tastic Feelings

31| Kathy Gilmour, the triathlete behind ‘Diary of a Fathlete’: “You have to do it one step at a freaking time.”

TW: abuse, dieting, weight Kathy Gilmour is an amateur triathlete who has been competing in the Athena category (and often finishing on the podium) since 2011 and the voice behind the blog “Diary of a Fathlete.” She has paddled around Key West three times, run both a 10k and a Half Marathon (in which she … Continue reading 31| Kathy Gilmour, the triathlete behind ‘Diary of a Fathlete’: “You have to do it one step at a freaking time.”

30| Lindsey Heiserman, business and life coach, personal trainer, and adventure racer: “I like to live one adventure at a time.”

Trigger warning: dieting, weight loss, orthorexia, body dysmorphia, counting macros, weight loss surgery Lindsey Heiserman probably wears more hats than anyone you know. She’s a speaker, business and life coach, personal trainer, and accomplished adventure racer. For the last 15-plus years, her work has been a blend of movement and mindset.  She holds a unique … Continue reading 30| Lindsey Heiserman, business and life coach, personal trainer, and adventure racer: “I like to live one adventure at a time.”

29| Jennifer Harrison, elite triathlete, triathlon coach, and mom of twins on longevity, motivation, and community: “If I keep shifting lanes in my passion, it keeps my fire lit.”

If there’s a podium placement, prize, or accolade to be had in the sport of triathlon, chances are, Jennifer Harrison has earned it.  Jennifer has been coaching triathletes for more than 20 years and is the owner of JHC Triathlon Coaching. She holds multiple coaching certifications, including USAT, Training Peaks Level 2, and RRCA. She’s … Continue reading 29| Jennifer Harrison, elite triathlete, triathlon coach, and mom of twins on longevity, motivation, and community: “If I keep shifting lanes in my passion, it keeps my fire lit.”

28| Jena Schwartz, writer, coach, and runner: “Writing has brought me into the body and the body has brought me into more truth on the page”

As a coach, writer, and activist, Jena Schwartz believes that space and encouragement are powerful teaching tools, and that our creative and personal growth are inextricably tied to broader social issues. Jena’s writing prompts have helped writers of all genres strengthen their voices, and her own poetry and personal essays have been published widely. She … Continue reading 28| Jena Schwartz, writer, coach, and runner: “Writing has brought me into the body and the body has brought me into more truth on the page”