May is mental health awareness month, it seems over the last few years mental health has had more conversation in public spaces making it more socially acceptable to talk about.
Due to insane spring weather in Colorado Springs, I had to postone our Colorado Springs remote 5k earlier this week. When contemplating when to reschedule it for, I thought, why are we running? The point of the run is to show you can do anything in a dress, but we’re Colorado and one thing Coloradians … More Dressember 2019 | Colorado Springs Hike in a Dress
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I’m so excited and half crazy for planning the Colorado Springs version of the Dressember 5K fun run/walk! I’ve never planned a run in my life, although I’ve run a few so I have some idea of things that need to happen the day of to make the whole thing run smoothly.
I am not a foodie. I do love to eat but I don’t make amazing yummy food for the eye and for the stomach. I do on occasion read cookbooks, weird I know but it’s oddly satisfying. Try it some time.
In an effort to be more sustainably minded, I realized this year the ONLY reason I used plastic bags was for our raw meats. I could put literally anything else in a jar or glass pyrex dish. So I started doing some research when I discovered Stasher bags. Heads up this is not sponsored in … More Sustainability | Stasher Bags
Today is World AIDS day. It’s a day to remember that while there is treatment available not everyone with this virus gets the knowledge or care they need. And the stigma surrounds AIDS is still prevelant around the world. In the US, the CDC is working with partners in the U.S. and around the world … More World Aids Day 2018
I’m not sure where I get my strong sense of fairness and ethics. I’m always surprised when I meet people and I get into my strong ethics they ask if I was ever in animal rescue. Yeah? Why? My strong love for justice for the oppressed and the innocent is deep, it flows through every … More Walk for Freedom | 2018 Colorado Springs
I was so excited to be invited to Dr. Caoline Leaf’s book launch team for her new book, Think, Kearn, Succeed. Acclaimed Neuroscientist from South Africa, the techniques have motivated the encouraged so many.
I’ve been eagerly waiting for this since moving back to Colorado. A week in the mountains with my family. With my bags packed and I was excited for a week without cell service and avoiding my computer at all costs.