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A Taste of My Own Medicine

April 13, 2011


I haven’t been writing much lately, but there is a very good reason for that. I mentioned a few posts back that I recently landed my dream job. That’s where I’ve been, that’s what I’ve been doing. You know when you first meet someone that you like, you find out that they like you back, […]

Following Our Internal Compass

January 14, 2011


I was reminded recently of the necessity one needs to rely on the “internal compass” we all have. You know what that is, it’s what’s responsible for gut feelings and it’s what gives us courage to head into the unknown. Too often we ignore the internal compass and get caught up in expectations or social […]

Taking Stock

January 7, 2011


The past year for me has been about self-reflection and discovery. I’ve read a number of fantastic books and started following some incredible blogs written by people that inspire, motivate and provoke. In “The Happiness Project” (Gretchen Ruben) I learned that it’s ok to just Be Sarah. To make no apologies for the way I […]

North Shore Triathlon report

May 24, 2010


Today was the first race of the season. The North Shore Triathlon is always a great start to the year, it’s a short race, fun and always well organized. This was also a special event because after three years of training together and supporting one another, this was the first time my fellow TriHard Tash […]