Monthly Archives

August 2014

Friday with Hurricane Marie

It’s been a big week here in Newport. Not only have we seen some of the biggest waves ever, but there has been record breaking uses of the following words: epic, ripping and mental. It’s been a fun to…

When Life Gives You Tuna

On Tuesday, I inherited a good portion of fresh caught tuna from one of my best buds. She has the great fortune of living next to a commercial fisherman, who parks his huge ass, green boat on their street. It’s…

The Fit Advantage (+ Barry’s Bootcamp Giveaway)

A few years ago, Isaac and I went snowboarding in Salt Lake City with good friends. It was amazing and we scored more fresh snow than we knew what to do with. But really, I had no idea what to…

Friday with Misty

If there’s ever been a fantastic commercial, this is it. For those who haven’t already seen it, be prepared for your arm hair to stand straight up. I get chills every single time I watch… and maybe shed a…

Eyebrows and Ankles

Last week, someone I didn’t know asked me what I liked about my body. My answer: eyebrows and ankles. It was at IDEA World 2014 that I had this conversation of sorts. (IDEA World is the largest fitness convention…

10 Healthy, Delicious and Trusty Snacks for Kids

It’s a universal truth that kids love to snack. It’s a good thing too because their active, growing (and wild) bodies need nutrients galore. So, I encourage my kids to eat between meals. It’s also a universal truth that preparing healthy,…

Let’s Be Human Together

The thing is, encountering myself in the unravelled, messy, god-awful place was the most refining thing that ever happened to me. I found freedom in the discomfort of my broken down self. I had nothing to lose. I was free…

Moving On Without Moving Out

When I was 23 years old, I fell apart. It was inevitable. I had spent years eating less and less while running more and more. I whittled myself down to 95 pounds. My period stopped. My boobs disappeared. My…