I had the privilege and honor of going to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada this past weekend for a wonderful conference put on by a newer organization for people ages 18 to 30 who have type 1 diabetes. The organization is called Young and T1 and was founded and is led by two amazing, energetic t1’s, … Read moreYoung & T1, Canadian style!
I’m riding my bike trainer as I write this. It’s an overload week in my 100 mile bike ride training plan and that means that I’m to ride 12 hours. And do two rides longer than 3 hours. So here I am on my trainer in my basement because it’s still cold and it’s still … Read moreA Gold Medal for Diabetes?!
Spring is deciding if it wants to arrive to Minnesota. It’s been pouring rain for the past 3 days, including when I was out doing the Minnesota Ironman Bike Ride, which is NOT an Ironman triathlon but is a 48 year old bike ride held here in the Twin Cities. It’s a hard core ride … Read moreRiding 100 miles & “What’s Next?!”
I just wrote a blog post on the TeamWILD website about how I stay grounded and focused during the holiday and end of year craziness! And it got me excited, and thinking about my announcement I will make at the end of January about what I will be doing with my life moving forward, now … Read moreWhat Does Diabetes Feel Like?
It’s a time of deep transformation. And it’s an interesting place to be. For my whole life, each time I made a career change I knew exactly what I wanted to do next. Not this time. Today I along with the coaches and staff at TeamWILD Athletics have decided to officially close TeamWILD. I will … Read moreWhere to go next in life?
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. I’ve also engaged with George Marut, my agent. (Yes, I have an agent, can’t do this alone.) … Read moreBeginner’s Mind for a Diabetes Exercise Game Changer