Climbing Wall

In the week since I found out I’m moving to Denver I have bought new ski pants, talked to my nationally-ranked skiier friend about what skis I should buy, researched and test drove… Continue reading

I’m moving to Denver

This morning I woke up, made my partner coffee, and checked my e-mail, which told me that I am moving to Denver to start a position as a pre-doctoral psychology intern in August.… Continue reading

My Thoughts on Psychology Internship Match

In less than 48 hours I will know where I will spend the next year of my life. I don’t get to choose, I get matched to a site for internship and need… Continue reading

Meet Wally

I would like to introduce you to the newest member of our family: Waldemar Thorncreek Otho Baggins, or Wally, for short. Wally is a 13-month-old Bernese Mountain Dog that we rescued from a… Continue reading

I love Love

On this Valentine’s Day, I wanted to take a moment to publicly adore my partner. Today I love him not because I’m supposed to, but because he loves me every day, making it… Continue reading


I’m a sucker for New Years Resolutions. Pretty much every year barring injury I’ve completed my New Years resolution: it’s how I ran my first marathon, did my first triathlon, got involved in… Continue reading


The Boy and I worked hard all summer and rewarded ourselves in September with a bit of a vacation out West. We visited friends in Seattle, San Francisco and San Diego and had… Continue reading

Watermelon Gazpacho

I made it. It’s yummy. I’m sharing the recipe with you. You are welcome. I modified the recipe from this site, and it seemed pretty resilient to change, so go ahead- tinker with… Continue reading

Being Active

When people find out about my athletic history the question that I am always asked is: “What’s next?” The problem is I don’t know. And the good part is that I kind of… Continue reading

Student Athlete Leadership Academy Keynote Speech

“Hey Kat, it’s Lucas. I wanted to let you know that I was speaking with someone today and realized you’d be perfect to give a keynote speech. I was wondering if it was… Continue reading