One of the biggest adjustments for me when I moved to Houston from Hawaii was running in the winter. While we only get a couple months of real cold, the adjustment from the hot humid weather we’re used to most of the year to chilly and cold can be tough. I love that the colder weather always seems to hit right when my Chevron Houston Marathon training schedule is peaking.
Tonight I attended a pretty kick-ass event in Houston, a rooftop yoga fundraiser for non-profit, Peach Outreach, focused on raising awareness and funds for uterine cancer research. How am I connected to uterine cancer you ask? It’s simple. I have a uterus AND 50 percent of the people I know have one, too. With a
It’s officially my third summer in Houston, needless to say, I’ve learned a LOT about hydration. I grew up swimming competitively and while I always carried a water bottle to the pool, I never had a grasp on just how important drinking it was to performance. When you’re swimming, you don’t realize how much water
After a painfully long hiatus from blogging, this seemed like an appropriate first post back. I’ve officially been living in Houston for 9 months and while it’s very different from Hawaii, I’m finally starting to feel at home. I even bought my first pair of boots!