A Fun- and Food-Filled Weekend Showing Visitors Around Los Angeles

October 14, 2018

Oh man, am I beat! I just had a really fun, super busy weekend with some out-of-town visitors, Allison and Alba. Here we are on the tram, waiting for the Studio Tour to start at Universal Studios.

Allison (on the right) is my 10-year-old niece, and Alba is the 16-year-old foreign exchange student from Read the rest of this entry »

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I’ve Tried Running With My Puppy JJ… and It’s Gone Pretty Well!

October 11, 2018

The other day I had one pooped out puppy.

I secretly hoped, when I adopted JJ, that he would become a running buddy. I never questioned JJ’s ability to run… but would he run alongside me? Only one way to find out!
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A Record-Setting Skyscraper is Calling My Name… Help Me Answer the Call!

October 7, 2018

My recent performance at the Stair Climb for Los Angeles, where I did much better than I was expecting, has gotten me pumped about my upcoming races. Here’s my race schedule for the rest of the year – keep reading to see how you can help me reach my goals by supporting some incredible charities!

I’m very excited about my next race, in less than two weeks. It’s a brand new race in a brand new record-setting skyscraper. Read the rest of this entry »


October Weigh-In and Workout Progress Report

October 3, 2018

The start of another new month means… time to update my weight loss chart and dive into my workout facts and figures! Here’s what my weight loss chart looks like, more than eight years in:

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I Made An Easy, Healthy Dish That May or May Not Be Shepherd’s Pie. YOU DECIDE!

October 2, 2018

I modify and mess with recipes all the time, so that I can make them healthier, more appealing to me, and to use ingredients I have on hand. I recently made some Shepherd’s Pie, but I may have strayed too far in my quest to make it guilt-free. I don’t know if I can still call this Shepherd’s Pie or not. What do you think?
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