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Outdoor Edit // Travel Prep and Language Learning


Despite the fact that I’m back in the US at the moment, I am all-to-aware that the next year is going to involve a lot of travel (I’ll pause while you gasp in shock). We’ll be in French-speaking Quebec for a few races this …



Fuel on the Road: Hotel Room and Travel Food Hacks


With Fuel Your Ride almost available (and already out for preorder!), I’m pretty excited. But I’m also increasingly self-aware about my own nutrition. I’ve been pretty good about taking care of myself and, well, fueling my ride both on and off the bike for …



Outdoor Edit // Jet Setting (In Economy)


I’ve been reading a ton of travel tips with the holidays coming up, and to be honest, so many of them are celebrity-oriented and as such, they’re a little ridiculous. If you’re crammed in economy seating, you know that doing a soothing face mask, …



Long Plane Ride Survival Kit—In Economy, On a Budget


I’ve been traveling a TON this season (as you may know if you’ve been following along) and it’s meant a lot of plane travel, and quite a few full day/overnight flights. I’m not a baller who always looks on-point at the airport, and I’m …



Re-Introducing The Life Sportive


This is my page for all of my favorite things that I’ve tested and use regularly. As someone that spends most of the time on the road for racing and writing about racing, my stuff needs to work. There’s not a lot of room in …



#VanLife: From the Bicycling Mag Files


I’ve been writing a lot about vans lately (funny how art imitates life: we’re shopping for a van, so suddenly I start writing about them constantly!). Luckily, it’s making me learn a ton about #vanlife, and get some tips for what to do and …

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Travel Tips for a Newbie International Adventurer


We went to Ireland back in 2014, and it was my first-ever Euro trip. And while it was nothing shocking in terms of being super-difficult to navigate (since the country is English-speaking and our host at the AirBNB spot was awesome), there were a …



Daily Routines: Add a Run, Change the Day


When you work at home, sticking to a productive routine can be incredibly hard. Of course, I realize how whiny that sounds. Poor me. (The flip side of the not really needing to be working 9 to 5 is that working at 5AM or …



Stage Race Packing: Essentials, Extras and Extraneous


I recently headed to Trans-Sylvania Epic to do some reporting, and some serious training of my own while athletes were on course. Of course, I both overpacked and underpacked, but I’m getting better! Thanks to short trips and a long 5 months on the …