Perú takes the GOLD!!!

Talk about a career highlight and an experience I will never forget! I wasn’t able to keep y’all updated as I was just too busy. At the end of each day I was simply spent! It was really refreshing to work with such high caliber athletes and coaches. I had the pleasure of working with …

Training is well underway!

So, if you’ve been following my stories on IG/FB you know that Peru is pretty awesome! The climate is very similar to that of the West Coast: cool and cloudy, but with more humidity.

Evolving to the Next Level

Days in and days out, spending hours upon hours in the ocean sounds like a dream come true to most ocean enthusiasts. However, for me, after more than a decade of sharing the stoke of surfing with folks from all around the world… well, quite frankly, my body can barely do it anymore. My shoulders …

Women Build Warm Fires

“You might be an eagle scout, but ‘I am woman. Hear me roar.’” Those were the words I wanted to say in response to the frequent “I was an eagle scout” comments made by some of the men during a weekend’s camping trip at Leo Carrillo State Park some years ago while in college. I did not say that; however, instead, I held my tongue, continued building my campfire (that became a darn good fire, if you ask me), and proceeded to observe the various ways the people in our class interacted with the natural, but maintained environment around us. What I discovered from my own interaction, along with those of my classmates, was that I not only hold views of the deep ecologist, conservationist, and preservationist as noted in previous papers, but I also have values that can be equated with the constructionistic and web-of-life ecofeminist perspectives.