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Powered by an excess of coffee and La Croix, a daily chocolate habit, two rambunctious dogs, a stack of books to read and Bucket List items to do, an unwaveringly supportive family, and a love of all things Disney, I invite you to follow along in my journey to go from couch to completing the Walt Disney World Dopey Challenge along with whatever other adventures present themselves on my blister, self-doubt, and sore-muscle filled journey.
Don't turn away from this page if you hate running, health food, and keeping track of how much water you're drinking, (spoiler alert: so do I) because life is about so much more than that and so will my blog.
Life is not all about crossing the finish line, but the experiences we have along the way.
Life is not about only living on the weekend or vacation or special occasions or when everything else is done.
Life is not about only rewarding ourselves when we've conquered everything on our calendar.
Life is about experiencing all that we can experience.
Life is about celebrating every little thing while we are on the way to accomplishing our biggest dreams.
Life is about doing all of the things we've always said we wanted to do.
Life is about LIVING it instead of just Pinteresting it.
Life is about actually getting out there and living the brighter and bolder life you've been watching other people live on their Instagram accounts.
Life is about what you can achieve when you stop talking and begin doing.
Life is about venturing outside of your comfort zone and realizing how rewarding it can be.
Life is about discovering who you are and fearlessly being that person. Along with my goal of training for and running the Walt Disney World Dopey Challenge, I am also challenging myself to conquer a goal that has eluded me (and my introverted perfectionism) for most of my life - to say “Yes” to more opportunities to experience, explore, and immerse myself in the World around me. Whether it’s an adventure in my backyard or one half-way across the World, I am a chronic saver of experiences (you should see the collection of clothes with tags still attached and empty notebooks stacked in my closets) and will always choose “tomorrow” at Wausau, Wisconsin