What will you think of me? I’m sure you’ve thought that to yourself a thousand times, right? Well, me too. Honestly, I think most people have, and for those of who perhaps might have thought it into the tens of thousands of times, or perhaps even millions of times to ourselves, well, we are
The greatest enemy I encounter on a daily basis is myself. My mind is quick to self-critize and slow to self-forgive; this thought pattern was the fuel for my drive as an adolescent trying to climb the academic and athletic success ladder. But judgement, even self-judgement, is a dangerous weapon and not one to
“Two words: nobody cares.” -Molly Roohi Nobody cares. The mantra of friend, and Ironman extraordinaire, Molly Roohi is a message of truth and assurance. Life just shouldn’t be taken as seriously as we often do, and Molly will often remind me of this when we are mid-workout or pre-race, for she knows that I have
THE GREAT HOLIDAY PARADOX
It’s everyone’s favorite time of year; a time of celebration, love, family, sharing, and giving. This special week of Christmas and New Years is possibly one of the most remembered of childhood memories, most cherished in family histories, and most looked forward to, yet there seems to be a consistent paradox that haunts the season.