Being a triathlete often takes significant time away from our families. We are filled with guilt as we spend hours on the bike or miss a soccer game on race weekend but Randy and Blair show that there is another side to triathlon. Triathlon offers us an opportunity to be more to our kids. Our involvement in the sport can motivate our kids to be outside, teach the values of giving back, and surround them with an amazing group of individuals who have a passion for a healthy and active lifestyle.
Written by Jenn Winiarski Life Coaching was something I stumbled into as a young mother of rambunctious boys. In my early twenties, with no experience other than with the kids I had babysat as a teenager, the only thing I was certain of was that I wanted my relationships with my sons to be different from the relationship I had… Read more →
It is Monday and my son came downstairs early to see me. He is 7 and something didn’t look right in his face. He walked into my library where I was quietly sitting. He asked me, “Dad can you take me into the woods on an adventure to the fort we made? Can you also bring the knife with you so I can make some spears?” Arrghhh I thought why couldn’t have asked me this yesterday, Sunday?