watch and then listen

Raised in a family where words and communication were revered it comes as no surprise that I found this video, and it’s accompanying radio show to be absolutely mind blowingly awesome.

Watch, and…

connected

It’s difficult to walk around this city and not feel the presence of my family within it. I look at the Empire State building from my window at work and try to imagine what it must have…

I’m hot. temperature wise.

Saturday night was spent dancing my little heart out with my friend Leah at the Further show. How I let so much time pass without seeing the boys I cannot explain. All I know is I had an…

100 miles to Montauk!

Yesterday I completed the Montauk Century! It was a looong hot and beautiful ride and with it’s completion I have a story to tell.

The last month has been a really crazy one. Lots and…

out of touch

I haven’t posted in forever, I know. Please take my word for it when I say I have good reason for my absence. Life has been absolutely crazy since coming back from my vacation on the west…

I’m home!

I made it!

What an amazing whirlwind of experiences I just had. From biking the far reaches of Napa Valley to exploring the Tenderloin, the Haight and the Mission, to a trip out west on…

west coast bound!

I love this subway poster. It’s promoting a great cause, it features my favorite bridge in all the land and it stars a weight conscious bird wearing a tie and a bike helmet. Come on, even…

Cycling the present past and future

On Sunday I took a solo trip over to Park Slope and checked out the 5th Ave Street Fair and Brooklyn Bike Jumble. The fair was a overcrowded mess of unhealthy food and way too many…

The countdown begins!

A week from today at this time exactly I’ll up and getting ready for my first Century ever. I’m so excited that I’m already dreaming about what it’s going to feel like to bike 100 miles…

First ride to Nyack!

My ride today was absolutely empowering. It was around 44 degrees when I left this morning with gusting winds of up to 45 mph. The wind chill from them felt around 30 degrees, no kidding….