Ironman Kona

Ironman Kona is the pinnacle of all triathlon races, equivalent in this sport is like the Super Bowl, the Wimbledon or the World Cup, the big Kahuna so to speak. You have to qualify by placing at the top of your age group at an Ironman race. It’s a challenge to just do an Ironman, but this race brings the… Read more →

What Matters Most

With all the opinions poring out last week that held so much negativity, I decided to not get down on life and focus on what matters the most to me. I first took a break from Facebook because I’m just not a political person, happy pictures on Instagram and funny faces on Snapchat are more my speed. I choose love at… Read more →

FALLtastic Recipes

When we returned home from Hawaii, I wasn’t quite ready for Fall, but coming back to rainy weather forced me to embrace the Fall season with open arms. With an empty fridge I quickly went to Pintrest for some fall recipe inspo. I hit the jackpot with these fall recipes, Bon Appetit! My Facebook feed has turned into cooking… Read more →

TriWife Life

This one goes out to all of you TRIwives out there; cheers to you and supporting your man! My husband has been doing triathlons for five years and there have been ups and downs with them. Triathlons are not easy on a triwife; we have had countless arguments and tears over the amount of: training, no checkins on long bike… Read more →

Healthy Menu Plan

I’m posting our last week’s menu, full of healthy and delicious recipes. Dinner Recipes: *We bbqed the peaches for the salad; it was amazing!*We added pan seared chicken breasts to this recipe.*We added bbqed chicken breasts to this recipe. We tailgated on Saturday and had left over burger patties and decided to make burger bowls.… Read more →

Monday Menu Plan

My husband is at the peak of his training for his pinnacle race of the year, Ironman World Championships in Kona; which means less: carbs, sugar, alcholol and healthier meals with more protein on their way to our casa. We also made a goal to only drink twice a week and have one dessert (this starts tomorrow); wish me luck!… Read more →

Menu Planning

Oh the dreaded, “what’s for dinner?” question asked by your husband after a busy day and the LAST thing you want to think about! My husband and I cook most week nights and making the grocery list and then having to go to the grocery store is a real drag, but a home cooked meal and your waist line will appreciate… Read more →

Communication Is Key

Okay ladies—news flash—men can’t read our minds, they don’t think ahead and they can’t multitask, even though they think they can! I’ve been with Jackson for almost fourteen years and yes I wish he could: read my mind, tell me things in a way that are sensitive and a sentence that is well thought out before he speaks, but unfortunately that is… Read more →

Happy Anniversary

I met my husband, Jackson in college when we were both eighteen. We reported to college early for our sports, he played soccer and I played volleyball. We were friends for the first couple of months, but then one night we had our first kiss, okay there could have been some alcohol involved. We counted that kiss as our official start… Read more →