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Blog 18 Pace Yourself

Blog 18 Pace Yourself

After last week’s disappointing effort on the trapeze I went into training a little smarter this week. First I made sure I had my Nana nap before training, this is crucial for the chronologically challenged. 713 more words


It takes a team

To truly line up on the start line requires focus, planning, commitment, and preparedness in your Physical, Mental, Recovery, Nutrition,Team and Luck.

Physical training is putting your body through incredible stress, and suffering so come race day whatever the course and opponents have to offer, it feels easy in comparison to what you have been doing in training. 906 more words


Day 103: Mental Exercises

This morning I woke up and started my Miracle Morning. I prayed, said my affirmations, and visualized where I wanted to be. When it came time for exercise, I decided to do a mental exercise instead of a physical one. 56 more words

Miracle Morning

Beware the Wasps (the Fragment Files III)


Age Unknown

I remember tagging along with my sister and her friends. They were older than me.  We had taken our bicycles up the dirt road we lived on, (I was still on a tricycle). 

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You're Too Shy (the Fragment Files II)



Age Unknown (pre-k/k?)

I remember hiding behind my mom’s legs while people cooed and cawed about how cute and tiny and shy and quiet I was.

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The Futility of Fighting Back (but doing it anyway) -First in the Fragment Files


4 years old

I remember my mom let me walk to our only neighbour by myself. I had a doll (I think it had red ringlets) and she was in a toy stroller.

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Finding Your Learning Style To Retain Information

Increasing your memory capacity can have many benefits in life, especially at work or at school. Surprisingly, it’s possible to improve your brain’s capacity to remember things. 982 more words

Memory Boost