Writing for Washingtonian

I took advantage of the unseasonable weather in Virginia (65 at ride time!) and rode outside today. I enjoyed a fabulous ride around the neighborhood and got my Vitamin D fix. But this (see photo) is where my bike will be set up for most of the winter. Not too bad a spot! Sure beats the basement where I used to bike before we had the windows installed in the porch.

Anyway, today I’m writing over at Washingtonian. Just saying that gives me chills. Sure, it’s the online wellbeing blog, not the print magazine, but I’m nevertheless excited to be a contributor. Since my work experience at my local newspaper at the age of 15, I’ve dreamed of writing professionally.

I joke that I spend my days correcting other people’s mistakes. Editing pays the bills, but writing is my passion.

Check out my article, 7 Winter Training Tips for Triathletes, on Washingtonian’s Well+Being blog.


  1. So great that you got that gig! I’m going to hop over and read it.

    And love your trainer space–mine is the basement and it’s dreary!
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  2. You are meant to write for a paper. Your work is brillant in every way, content, structure and every word is engaging. So excited for you!
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  3. Very cool! You’ll have to link to it when it’s written!
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  4. How did I miss this? So very cool! Congrats!!
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