5 Things to do instead of Complaining

There’s been a lot on my plate lately – professional changes, things not going exactly as planned, needing to pivot and scrap plans without much notice, hard decisions having to be made with which direction to head in.  But even as I type this out, the voice inside my head says very calmly, “that’s life, […]

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Countdown to the Cut

It’s been 3 weeks since I blew out my knee (ACL & Meniscus) in a back-country skiing accident and it’s been, admittedly, a rough road. After realizing the extent of the injury, I found out that surgery was in the cards. Immediately, the wheels began turning. Ski Season: Over. Recovery time: months. Hiking, running, mountain biking: postponed […]

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After the Fall: A Positive Spin to a Backcountry Injury

It was a cold, bluebird day in the Colorado Mountains. Three friends decided to ski the sky chutes – backcountry skiing off the back of peak 6 in Breckenridge, across the way from Copper mountain. After dropping one car off on the Copper side, the friends drove to Breckenridge, parked their car, and took the […]

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