Big confession time: I haven’t written a freaking word in three weeks. Nothing on Fandom Fitness, nothing on Positive Reinforcement is Not a Burger After the Gym. No book proposal, no Healthy You, Healthy Earths, and no blog posts- no workouts, no recipes, no healthy tips.
Happy New Year, fellow ZooFitters! Welcome 2020! What a year it is going to be! Read More “Making 2020 the Best Year Ever for ZooFit”
It is a fitness tradition to create a special workout for your birthday. I find this hilarious, because almost all my workouts are special. How can I choose just one? Read More “ZooFit Workout- Happy Birthday, PJ!”
There really aren’t many times I can say a single conversation has changed my life. But going down to Seattle for a dear friend’s birthday brought on one of the most incredible discussions I’ve had in a long, long time. Read More “Just Say Hello”
Let me first start off by saying it’s not funny that I wasted a custom agent’s time for my thoughtlessness. They have way better things to do than search some idiot’s car and what-not. But other than that, man, this story is HILARIOUS.
If you don’t know already, I moved to Blaine, Washington. It’s RIGHT on the border. I can see the border if I walk 5 minutes up the road. With my background, and my tendency to get bored easily, I thought it would be fun and productive to volunteer at the Vancouver Aquarium. In Canada. Read More “If You Are Going to Canada, Clean Your Car”
The Great Forest Fire
“Once upon a time, there was a beautiful forest where all the animals lived and thrived. Animals lived in harmony- the bear, the fox, the owl, and even the tiny hummingbird.
One day, a great and terrible fire consumed the forest. All the animals fled their homes. The animals huddled at the edge of the forest and watched the forest blaze. The squirrel, the frog, the raven, and the elk, and all the creatures gathered. All except one. Read More “Plastic-Free July Eco-Challenge, Day 6: Be a Hummingbird”
Before the angry CrossFit cult (WE’RE NOT A CULT!) comes to get me, let me start with a couple positives. Read More “The Issue With CrossFit”
I am by no means a religious person (much to the dismay of some members of my family). But while visiting my family I usually go to church with them. I’m supportive of their devotion. It’s where they find happiness. I want to spend time with my parents. Going to church is one of those quality times I spend with them. Plus, my mom enjoys showing me off (I’m not sure why, yet), and I enjoy meeting their friends. Read More “Love Thy Enemy”
I just came back from a meeting of Climate Friends on Whidbey. There is a planned protest at Chase bank for February 16th, and I agreed to help them with it. Unfortunately, I can’t go to the protest in person, but I helped in other ways. Read More “Divest From Climate Change, Invest in the Future of the Planet”
Last week I discovered some potentially devastating news. Early stages of arthritis in both my knees. This effects me physically, emotionally, and mentally. I was at a loss for what to do.
Before I created my action plan, I spent two days convinced I would never run again, never jump again, and never enjoy fitness the same way again. I pondered what I would do for cardio, besides my stationary rowing machine. Read More “Call It Fate”