How I Made More Free Time: Limiting Social Media

If you follow me on Instagram, you have likely heard me mention recently that I have dramatically limited my social media use. My current restriction from IG and Facebook (I have a Twitter but never use it) is simply that I do not go on them except for between the hours of 12 PM and …

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One Simple Day At A Time

You want to change your life, but can you change one habit? Lofty goals and ambitions are inspiring, but they can be confusing and even demotivating if we don't have the tools to achieve them. It's great to aim high, but if you're not investing in learning and mastering the small steps, you may find …

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Listening: How Acting Exercises Helped Me Become a Better Coach and Athlete

"Listen like you are an animal in the forest," -Steve Perlmutter Steve was my first year acting workshop teacher, specifying in a practice called "Meisner," based on the theories and exercises created by Sanford Meisner. Without getting bogged down in actor lingo, I'll try to describe parts of the Meisner method and how it ended …

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Making A TV Show and Going to World’s Strongest Woman, Among Other Things

What's new? Everything. My show is online. It's about an exorcist helping the lost souls of NYC. It's as exactly as rad and weird as it sounds. It's called Asher. Here's the trailer. You can watch FULL episode, for free HERE. You can help me make the second episode by donating a few bucks (or a lot …

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Losing to Win: Learning to Take Responsibility for My Story

If you don't know me very well, you might not know that Strongman, my sport, my hobby, my athletic pursuit, one of my greatest passions, is a lot more to me than just something I do to stay in shape or entertain myself.  For me, Strongman has been a refuge, a place of rediscovery and …

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It Doesn’t Get Easier, You Get Better

It's gonna be Not Fun. You're going to think things like, "Wow, I'm an uncoordinated potato person who clearly has existed thus far based on luck alone," or, "I am a shame to my ancestors," and "Can I die now please?" It's okay, really.  Beginning a new physical skill and fitness regimen, ESPECIALLY when you …

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Spring Update: Strongwoman Competition, Blogs, and What’s Next

My spring has already been pretty packed; I'm sure many of you can relate. I competed three times in April. It was bananas. I hit a bunch of personal bests, and got my qualification for Strongman Corporation Nationals this upcoming fall in Las Vegas, so that's pretty cool. https://www.instagram.com/p/BTjN9jzAvzK/?taken-by=captainstarbuck Since the shut down of my old …

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