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We need to train for our relationships, like we do for so many other things in life! Training for the Tough Mudder got me thinking about training for romance!

Burning My Suits

Hawaii has been fun. I’m writing this while gazing at the beach in Kaanapali. Needless to say, my setup isn’t too shabby. Here’s a pic of Britt and I on the beach (selfie warning)… When you’re in the finance world, you quickly learn via counterparts and management that “dressing to impress” is essential to success….

Road Trip – Reflecting after Six Weeks

Murphy and I are currently in Nashville, TN. Yeah- I’m here again, the only spot I’m staying twice on this seven week journey. I couldn’t help but stop for a night to see Vince Gill and Martina McBride perform at the Grand Ole Opery! I cannot believe how fast the trip has gone, while at…

Please You Very Much- A Reflection of a Giant Jar of Coins

I sit in beautiful Hilton Head, SC as I write this post. Just a quick update on my trip. I’m 30 days into the journey and of course it both seems like forever ago, as well as just yesterday, since I pulled out of the Phoenix area heading West toward my first destination. I am…

Day 1 And Happy Tears

Well, day 1 is in the books! We traveled just over 5 hours from Scottsdale, AZ to Victorville, CA. The goal- to get roughly 1/2 way to South Lake Tahoe. There are two ways to get to Lake Tahoe from Phoenix- through Las Vegas, or West toward LA and then up through central California. I…

You’ll Want Your Mondays Back

Have you ever asked someone how they are and they mutter something referencing the day of the week? Maybe it’s – “ugh, just another Monday,” or they might say “thank God it’s Friday (TGIF)!” I’m willing to bet when we’re on our death bed that we’d do almost anything to go back and relive our…

Highway of Life

Societal expectations of what life should look like is a stronghold many fail to break away from. I remember speaking with my father during a trying time in my life when he mentioned what I had failed to notice, which was my nearly flawless “societal highway drive.” He explained my life from his vantage point,…