Commit To You

Last weekend I had a great time in San Francisco visiting friends and enjoying some R&R.  But by Monday the only drink I wanted was water, and the one thing I needed was a run to sweat out the toxins. I was not committed to a run till 10 a.m., and only embraced it around Read more about Commit To You[…]

Designing Military Tag

Love is in the details

Last night while attending the Society of Women Engineers meeting at BuildIt Workspace – Yes, I crashed that event! 😉 – my engineering ignorance came to mind: Designing tags will be so easy.  NOT! Not all adhesives stick. Not all paint covers.  Prototype templates need designing. Measurements must be calculated, chemicals must be measured.   Let’s Read more about Love is in the details[…]

Power of choice

Day 40 – Choose to find your purpose

Racing Ironman taught me many lessons.  One was the power of choices, including choosing to seek out and find my purpose. That’s something to think about – To know your purpose you must choose to seek it out just like you choose other life choices – eating healthy, hydrating, thinking positively.  We are born with Read more about Day 40 – Choose to find your purpose[…]

commit

Day 32 – Commit to your dreams

Hard to believe there are 10 weeks left in my 100 Day To Tri.  Time flies. For fun, I decided to share 10 tools I use to succeed in racing Ironman.  To do so I’ll dedicate one tool to each of the following 10 weeks in hopes that the insight will be helpful to you. Read more about Day 32 – Commit to your dreams[…]

be flexible

Day 25 – Be Flexible

A love for structure – that’s what I discovered during my 100 Days To Tri.  A set training schedule keeps me focused and on on-track.  Plus, it helps me analyze success and points out needed areas of improvement. Does every moment need to be set in stone? NO.  If so, opportunities are lost.  For example, Read more about Day 25 – Be Flexible[…]