Breakfast of Champions: Cookie Oatmeal

People give you weird looks when you eat cookies for breakfast, so this is the next best thing...

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Stuff & Things: A Life Update, Vol. 2

As usual, I've let things go far too long without writing about them. And, as usual, I've made an unofficial "resolution" to revive this site and write more regularly. We'll see how long that actually lasts. (As usual.) Much like the last time I did a life update post, I'll do my best to not... Continue Reading →

A Bike With No Name

In case you didn't know, I was recently in Utah for a week pretending like I knew how to mountain bike. It was amazing and Moab continues to hold strong near the top of my list of favorite places. I could write for days about how much I love it out there, but I took... Continue Reading →

Stuff & Things: A Life Update

Last time we spoke (and by "spoke," I obviously mean "I wrote some words and you maybe read them"),  I had recently returned from a trip to Colorado/Utah and was in the midst of buying a house. Here are a few pictures to jog your memory… Aside from closing on the house, a lot of... Continue Reading →

Making Decisions

Deciding things has never been a strength of mine. In most cases, I do whatever I can to avoid making decisions. It doesn't matter how big or small the decision is, or how important it is or isn't. (Just ask my friend Stacey, who recently witnessed this interaction with Tim—Me: What do you want me... Continue Reading →

Not a Training Recap

"No recap this week," Doug half-asked, half-tsked at me as I sat and pouted about falling off the boulder for what seemed like the 43,874,295th time Saturday morning. "I know…" I started to sigh say before Tim chimed in with, "no time!" and changed the subject. While I appreciated Tim's recognition of how busy I've... Continue Reading →

Sweat: A Definitive Ranking

Ask anyone who's ever done anything remotely physical with me and they'll let you know that I am perhaps the sweatiest person alive. In true millennial fashion, I refuse to take responsibility for my state of sweatiness and instead like to blame it on my grandmother who's the only person I know who needs to... Continue Reading →

Goodbye, Good Jeff

“Even the gorgeous royal chariots wear out; and indeed this body too wears out. But the teaching of goodness does not age; and so Goodness makes that known to the good ones.” –unknown The death of a loved one is generally a difficult pill for people to swallow, no matter what the person's relationship to... Continue Reading →

The Saddest Winter

As I look out my window and watch it rain instead of snow for what seems like the 100th time this winter, it's hard to not feel a little sad. Maybe it seems worse than it really is because I'm comparing it to last year's epically snowy winter instead of a "normal" winter. And maybe... Continue Reading →

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