Tour de Cure Twin Cities, recap by one Red Rider

Last Saturday, June 1st, 2019, I rode 46 miles on my bike as part of the Tour de Cure Twin Cities. It was a beautiful, sunny, perfect weather sort of day. Doing the ride was a bit of an athletic stretch for me because I really haven’t done much training this spring. The longest I … Read moreTour de Cure Twin Cities, recap by one Red Rider

A suicide attempt story by a woman who is grateful to be alive

Opening Note May is Mental Health Month, and this article is in honor of this month, plus it’s my birthday month, and I’m glad to still celebrate birthdays! This is an extra-long post. As a warning, I tell you the story of my suicide attempt. This is 100% from my point of view. It has … Read moreA suicide attempt story by a woman who is grateful to be alive

Beginner’s Mind for a Diabetes Exercise Game Changer

In 2013, I’ve taken some big leaps of faith. Number one on the list is that I’ve decided it’s time to GO BIG and launch a for-real speaking career. This website is the landing place for that. 2019 Note: This website is for so many things now!! Thanks for being here!!! I’ve also engaged with … Read moreBeginner’s Mind for a Diabetes Exercise Game Changer

Friends for fitness, best way to get moving again!

Do you have friends for fitness? I sure hope you do. If not, I want to implore you to made a serious effort to find some pals that love exercising, working out, training, whatever word you love to call moving your body! We are all creatures of community and having friends who love to move … Read moreFriends for fitness, best way to get moving again!