Minisode: a real life chronic illness update: work + exercise

5 months in to my job being regaining strength, I am now just beginning to wade into the world of cardio exercise. So far: the naturally athletic part of me is absolutely LOVING the extra space I have to experiment with this, and at the same time, part of me is ready to stop. Even … Continue reading Minisode: a real life chronic illness update: work + exercise

Sam: I Got Mono & it Never Went Away.

Catching up on podcast blog posts for last weeks’ episode featuring my friend Sam Wiebersch. I LOVED sitting down with Sam to chat about how she’s chosen grit in so many ways due to struggles she’s had with her physical health for many years now—something we definitely connect over. We spend a lot of time … Continue reading Sam: I Got Mono & it Never Went Away.

How I Accidentally Became a Social Justice Advocate.

I never sought out to be incredibly social justice oriented, but here I am today with a heart so moved by the division & issues of inequality we are seeing brought to the surface these days. How did this happen? I recorded a minisode to process what I've learned, but essentially: suffering. 😉 Google link … Continue reading How I Accidentally Became a Social Justice Advocate.

Quarantine Sanity Check: The Funk Has Come.

6 weeks in...(at least) 5 to go. Funks are settling in. But we keep keeping on to document our lives in the midst of a global pandemic. (Apple link👇🏼, available anywhere under “I Choose Grit” ) https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/i-choose-grit/id1486575533#episodeGuid=4a0e5894-526c-457e-8d4f-939206dc2b2b Featured guests Monica Murphy from “Monica Murphy Music” and Jacinta Van Hecke from “Storybook Scribbles” (& Carrie from … Continue reading Quarantine Sanity Check: The Funk Has Come.