About a week ago I was out for a morning run. This is pretty routine for me as I love starting my day with some form of physical activity. However, this particular run would be anything but a routine experience. About half way into my 10k, I tripped and fell just about face first onto … Continue reading What I Learned From My Accident
Over the last two years, I’ve taken my casual relationship with running and turned it into something more dedicated and committed. I feel stronger than I ever have in my life as I embrace this newfound passion for pushing my limits and accomplishing what I had always deemed “too hard” or “too uncomfortable.” My passion … Continue reading At the Intersection of Passion and Purpose
When I was in college I struggled with the perceived pressure to always be “in the know” with local and national media. As soon as I woke up I would turn my TV to the morning news as I checked emails and got ready for the day. On the way to class I would grab … Continue reading A Low-Information Diet – The Solution for Overwhelm and Overload?
I’ve been a casual runner ever since I joined the track and field team in high school. It wasn’t love at first step and I was never anything more than average, but I committed to stomping the pavement several times a week and always felt accomplished after I did. I still know the exact course … Continue reading Finding What Triggers Your Drive & Determination
This special guest blog is written by contributing author Kate Bennis, who is completing her yoga teacher training at Flow Yoga Center in Washington, D.C. Read more about Kate at the end of this post! On a recent Sunday afternoon in my yoga teacher training class at the Flow Yoga Center in Washington, D.C., I … Continue reading Entrainment – A School of Yogi Fish