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Bloggy - The voice inside? She can shut.

Crossing the finish line of the Deschutes Dash Sprint Triathlon this Sunday, I was just beaming. First woman to complete the race. I was stoked. I did just what I came to do. My big, silly grin, stayed put for nearly an hour. But by the time I arrived back at the hotel to pack up and rinse off before the awards ceremony things had changed. Standing in the bathroom, all of a sudden, for no damn reason, I started to cry. "That swim was terrible, I should have ridden faster, and that run…awful!" What happened next was simply disturbing. Run the tape. "Ugh, you're getting old! What are you doing with your life!? You're really just a hot mess, Remy. Hot mess." Notice, the switch of the tenses. It

Nutrition Tip - Iron (Pump it up!)

Iron (Fe!) is an essential part of our diet. We need iron to build healthy red blood cells and manufacture muscle cells and enzymes. Getting enough iron in your diet can be tough, especially for women who are active or limiting calories. Without healthy red blood cells your body can't get enough oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body. That's no good! People who lack adequate iron in the their diet develop iron deficiency anemia. The most common symptoms are tiredness and fatigue, but many related problems can also be due to iron deficiency - difficulty concentrating at school or work, slow cognitive functioning, and a strained immune system. Hmmmm? Who is at risk? Those most likely

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