On May 1st, I completed the Door County Half Marathon. I ran some, I walked some, I wanted to sit down and cry. But I didn’t.
Sometimes it’s a blessing, sometimes a curse, but it’s always best when I can combine thoughtfulness with company.
Don Miguel Ruiz’s book transforms common self-limiting beliefs into four simple guidelines-but sometimes things are easier said than done.
The more comfortable I become sharing my struggles, the more I notice people opening up to me. It turns out I’m not the only one who feels naked sometimes.
A quiet journey to a Wisconsin hermitage leads Michelle Sieg to some deep-seeded realizations.
TCD blogger Michelle Sieg finds that spreading herself too thin complicates everything from saying a morning prayer to remembering where her parents live.
TCD’s Michelle Sieg discovers the switch to ignite her flame.
‘Tis the season for New Year’s Resolutions. For many people, losing weight, eating better and exercising top the list of goals — again.
Life’s momentous ups and downs have a way of coloring the journey and streamlining perspective.
Looking back, the race really ran parallel to my life as of late. I alternated between feeling really strong and feeling pain.