Category Archives: happiness

Ending the Year on a High Note

Hello all! Tomorrow I’m taking off for a snow-packed, fun-filled, off-the-grid New Year’s weekend in the woods. I’m excited to sit down and spend some time thinking about my resolutions for 2012. Some that will definitely be making the cut: … Continue reading

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Better Each Day Book Trailer

Before writing a book, I never knew book trailers existed. Luckily I had an all-star team of friends (namely the incredibly talented Justin Steele) to help introduce me to the concept and craft a lovely short about Better Each Day. … Continue reading

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Mountain Biking Tutorial from a World Champ

This trip has been full of highlights—sitting in a natural hot spring in the wilderness south of Jackson Hole, scoring gorgeous dishes from my sister’s mother-in-law—but in terms of cycling, I reached the pinnacle a few days ago in Sun … Continue reading

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Crossing the Snowy Range

Not much to say, but lots to show! Today I drove from Centennial to Rock Springs, which was about 5 hours of driving up into the mountains of Wyoming then down into the plains. I’m sort of amazed at how … Continue reading

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The Tour de Friends

My roadtrip has just begun—I’m about 150 miles from my starting point—but already it’s shaping up to be a real trip through memory lane. I’m so excited to get to Portland—I dream about my new life every night—but that whole … Continue reading

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Moving on

It’s been a whirlwind of a month: In preparation for my move I had to pack, buy a car, wrap up my work responsibilities, visit other women’s magazine editors to pitch my book and myself as a freelancer, obsessively track … Continue reading

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Now it’s Time to Say Goodbye…

Crunch time. Despite all the chores involved with moving, the hardest part about leaving New York has been saying goodbye to all of the people I looked forward to seeing —coworkers, roommates, friends… even my “laundry guy,” Simon. But the … Continue reading

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