As we wrap up another National Zookeeper Week, I wanted to share a little about my backstory: why I started ZooFit, and how ZooFit can… Continue reading Self-Care is an Animal Welfare Issue
“Fear is a very real and active part of my life. I’m scared of heights and of looking like a fool…Always afraid people aren’t going… Continue reading Zoo-Notable: Do It Scared
I’ve had the distinct pleasure of being coached not once, but twice by Hal Elrod this past year. But before I even knew who Hal… Continue reading Zoo-notable: Miracle Morning by Hal Elrod
Attending the Pacific Northwest Writers Association last year provided me the opportunity to meet a wonderful author by the name of Donna Cameron. We were… Continue reading Zoo-notable: A Year of Living Kindly
Welcome to another Zoo-notable- caring for our planet and our animals by taking better care of ourselves. This time I’ll be tackling the wonderful book… Continue reading Zoo-notable: Pursuit of Perfect
Tomorrow I am starting a full practice session of my new program I’m rolling out next year, the Conservation Fitness Jump Start/Head Start.
Finally, I’m finishing up my Principles of Eating Green series. This is the last one, and in my opinion, THE most important one of all.… Continue reading Principles of Eating Green: Get to Know Your Food
I’ve become engrossed in a book very similar to my concept of “Zookeeper’s Guide to Fitness”. I thought reading a book with the same ideas… Continue reading Level Up My Life- How I Write!
I’m starting an experiment today that goes against what I preach for Zookeeper Fitness. I just finished a book called “Carrots and Sticks” by Ian… Continue reading 100 Ways of EarthFit- Day 22: Carrots and Sticks
I know this is going to sound blasphemous coming from me, but I’m going to go ahead and say it: There is a boring side… Continue reading The Boring Side to Fitness