The Real Fit podcast features candid conversations with women athletes on topics including body image, enoughness, and so much more. In a world that's hell-bent on telling women we're not thin enough, fast enough, strong enough, or successful enough, I'm here to tell you you're already enough. My goal is to share stories that inspire … Continue reading Real Fit Podcast
So, there's this little thing called The Listen To Your Mother Show. It features local writers reading their own essays on motherhood- the experience of being one, having one, or knowing one, in celebration of Mother's Day. I've co-produced the Boulder LTYM show for three years in a row now, and it has been amazing. My … Continue reading LTYM: Boulder- Video Release, Overdue Recap
I had the pleasure of being a guest on Sarah Bagley's podcast this week. Her blog is dedicated her struggle to live a B+ life, or working on abandoning her perfectionist tendencies. Despite the fact that I am not naturally a perfectionist, I do struggle with trying to do too many things all the time.. … Continue reading Listen Up!
I didn't know whether I wanted kids. That's what I'm talking about in essay I read at Boulder's Listen To Your Mother Show. Here is a link to my talk, "The Joy of Pregnancy." It seemed fitting that I should talk about pregnancy on stage, just two weeks shy of my due date. You will … Continue reading Listen To Your Mother 2014: My talk and a challenge.
Having a baby is a lot of work, even the second time around. There are months of planning, prepping, getting all the last minute tasks on your to do list crossed off, and then you somehow pull it off and you don't know how you did it but it turns out to be amazing and … Continue reading A Baby on the Way in Boulder
January: Spend a week in Kona with Dan and Sweet Pea. Pack all three of us in one suitcase. Do not bother to brag about this on Facebook but probably should. Highlights of trip include scoring a free empty seat for Sweet Pea on the flight out, hiking down Pololo Valley, eating at Sushi Rock, … Continue reading Year in Review: 2013