I, along with my brother, dad, and husband, competed in a sprint triathlon this past weekend. This was the 2nd time that we did a triathlon as a family and this was my 6th time to compete in a triathlon. The fun part is not...

This post is part of a social shopper marketing insight campaign with Pollinate Media Group®  & Road ID but all my opinions are my own. #pmedia #roadid #RoadIDItsWhoIAm  http://my-disclosur.es/OBsstV I will never forget coming home from a bike ride 3 or 4 years ago very upset....

This past weekend I competed in my first Aquathlon which was hosted by Tri-Now. Technically, it was my second, but first official. Last year I signed up for this exact race, but when it got canceled I decided to do it on my own. However,...

This past Sunday I competed in my 5th tri. I had never said this before and any other time would have been so bummed, but I was hoping the race would be canceled. I hadn't swam or biked much and with being gone in Colorado, the...

This past weekend we drove to Austin to visit my brother, sis-in-law, and my niece and joined them in both the Head for the Cure 5K and the St. Baldrick's Pediactic cancer fundraiser. Both events raised a combined total of $200,000 for cancer which is...

Race season has officially begun. This past Sunday I competed in my 4th triathlon. This one was a little different, because Colby, my brother, and my dad competed as well. It was our first annual family triathlon and it was everyone's first tri except mine. I was...

Two weeks ago Colby and I were signed up to run a half-marathon but due to a monsoon that came through Dallas the race got canceled. I ended up running the 13.1 by myself through the neighborhood, but since it wasn't quite the same as running...

Something I don't talk about often on my blog or social media is my passion for health, related to both eating and working out. While I have shared some races I have competed in as well as various eating plans we have followed, I tend to...

May is Brain Tumor Awareness Month. Grey is the color for brain cancer, so May is the month that we 'Go Grey' for awareness. Last year I shared a lot of details and facts about brain cancer, also admitting that the only reason I knew May was significant...