February 29th, 2012 Harness Your Energy was created by moi. You can read my first post here .... This means that HYE turns SIX this year! For many of you, this literally means nothing, because you've never found my piece of turf on the world wide web until now. For my 108 subscribers that I've built … Continue reading HYE turns six.
Now that the Valentine's Day spit up has ended across all social media channels, I'd like to bring it up again-in a non-cheesy, real-life conversation. After yesterday, I realized how un-important a single day dedicated to making someone prove their love to you, or you to them truly is. As I've navigated through life in … Continue reading All We Need.
New beginnings are often disguised as painful endings but If I have learned anything this year it’s that as one door closes another door opens. As I close the door to this business I have put my blood, sweat and tears into, I step through to a new chapter. The journey 1,100 sq ft. has … Continue reading New Beginnings…
2016 has cracked my heart open in a tragically, magical way. I'm convinced the universe works in oxymorons. I've felt heartache that has shattered my heart, but found that if I bury that sadness under my skin instead of letting it out, what else can it do but grow in my veins? A breakup after … Continue reading Year of the Bourtney.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bHYxZqiVe-E After several weeks of non-hiking adventures, Portland seemed to smile upon me and grant me a 48 degree rain-free forecast. My hiking boots were calling my name after hearing "no showers. These boots are the ones I learned I had to have after several hikes (longer than 10 miles) in tennis shoes. Don't get … Continue reading (Attempt at) Bell Creek Loop.
I hate the old adage, "sometimes when things are falling apart, they may actually be falling into place." It's such a cliche. People mutter it under their breath to you in sympathy, when they don't quite know what to say. They mutter it because yes, sometimes life sucks, and a thread of hope seeps out … Continue reading LP 2016: Embrace the Suck.