Don’t Overthink It

Anyone who truly knows me should be laughing at the title of this post. For the last 9yrs, maybe even longer, I have been the queen of overthinking.  At work, specifically fire and EMS, that over-thinking becomes a strength in pre-planning and scene size-up. In my personal life, it's a bit annoying. But there is one... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons You Should Try Yoga

Yoga is a powerful vehicle for change. As you build strength you start to believe in your own potential. - Tiffany Cruikshank I will be honest. I am one who used to roll my eyes at yoga. Yoga days in P.E. were nap days. Yoga pants were pajamas. It was some pagan practice. Then I... Continue Reading →

Quality vs Quantity

Sitting at the station, I was updating the roster for the year with the Assistant Chief, talking about the applicants we've had over the last few years. Who has stuck around? Who has become an asset to the department? Who needs a little more one-on-one training? I made the comment that it would be awesome... Continue Reading →

A Lesson in Gym Etiquette

You've likely read articles about this subject before now, but I feel the need to write another one as the others do not seem to make a difference in the gym - at least not the gyms in which I have or currently work. Be polite with your music. This point should have sub-points, but... Continue Reading →

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