Things I know for sure at 28: Finding happiness

Things I know for sure at 28: Finding Happiness - Eat Spin Run Repeat

This is the third post in what has turned out to be a mini-series of lessons I’ve learned – particularly over the past year. You can find part 1 and part 2 here, and I’ve decided there’s going to be a 4th because while writing this, I realized there was more to say than I thought. […]

July Goal Check-In and 3 for August 2016

July Goal Check-In and 3 for August 2016 - Eat Spin Run

At the beginning of this year, I declared my goals for 2016 with 2 major focuses: connection and  doing work that matters. We’re 8 months in, and at this point I can confidently say that I’m very much where I want to be with these two areas. It’s an awesome, wonderful feeling. One of the […]

June Goal Check-In and 3 for July 2016

June Goal Check-In and 3 for July 2016 - Eat Spin Run Repeat

I recall reading several times that the older you get, the faster time flies. I don’t like to think about 27 as old, but the whole saying about time getting faster is definitely true! It blows my mind that we’re in July already, but I always love doing these monthly reviews because they make me remember […]

8 Productivity Tips for the Multi-Passionate

8 productivity tips for the multi-passionate - Eat Spin Run Repeat

Over the past couple of months I’ve met a lot of new people for the first time. We’ve talked about our jobs, what we do on the weekends, plans for the summer and things that get us excited. Just like when I’m asked where I’m from, the answer to the question “what do you do […]

The Art of Letting Go

The Art of Letting Go - Eat Spin Run

Over the past week I got a couple of emails with questions like… “Angela, you didn’t do an Ironman Victoria 70.3 training check-in for March… How’s training going?” “Angela, you didn’t post your half Ironman training schedule for April… is it the same as March?” “Angela, you haven’t mentioned triathlon in a few weeks. What’s going […]

An experiment in channeling feminine energy

An experiment in channeling feminine energy - Eat Spin Run

As someone who has a full-time job and a business on the side, it can be really easy to get caught up in the day to day to-do’s. If you’re a blogger, perhaps you’ve felt the same. Your to-do’s might look something like mine: Planning recipes Making and photographing recipes Editing photos Writing a post Inserting […]

Ironman 70.3 Victoria Training Check In – Part 1

Ironman 70.3 Victoria Training Check-In Part 1 - Eat Spin Run

As I was typing the title of this blog post, I got really really excited. If you were reading along last year, you may remember that I did a series of 6 posts in the lead up to my first half Ironman, Challenge Penticton on August 30th. Well my friends, it’s time to restart that […]

15 more big questions to answer in your journal

15 more big questions to answer in your journal - Eat Spin Run

Many of the self development philosophies and exercises that have become popular over the past couple of years center around cultivating your ideal feeling. When I think about feelings, I also think about emotions. Neuroscientists and psychologists would argue that the two are distinctly different because they originate from different areas of the brain and blah […]

2016 Goals and Vision Board: Connect and Do What Matters

2016 - Connect and Do What Matters - Eat Spin Run

Well hello there! Welcome to my annual post all about vision boarding, goals, great ambitions and what’s to come for the year ahead. I’m not sure about you, but over the holidays I was thinking a LOT about all of this. It’s not that January is particularly magical or anything – it’s just a month, and really, any […]

A Pre-Kona Interview with Triathlete Steph Corker

A Pre-Kona Chat with Triathlete Steph Corker - Eat Spin Run Repeat

GUYS. Only 5 more sleeps till the Ironman World Championships go down in Kona! Are you excited? Because I certainly am. You may have caught my interview with pro triathlete Angela Naeth a couple of weeks ago, and I have yet another one to share with you, this time with one of my age group athlete inspirations, […]