Like most everyone else here, I'm a Midwestern transplant. I think it automatically makes me a good person, since most everyone knows that Midwesterners--espec ially Ohioans--are generally friendly, caring, kind, and pretty much awesome. I'd like to think I'm no exception.
I have career ADHD, so I seem to always have a million things going on. I left corporate America two years ago to join the fitness world as a training nerd. I loved my four years as a kettlebell instructor, strength coach, and exercise therapy/neurotherapy nerd, but now I'm back to where I belong as a freelance writer and co-founder of a new marketing agency.
I still enjoy fixing broken people and those in pain with my "magic" powers through neuroscience-based therapy, but I'm really loving having a normal schedule, a lot of flexibility, and the ability to splurge on a special occasion, or lavish someone important with nice things. And, let's face it....I just like being busy.
I have two rescue dogs who are basically my children.
I cook religiously, exercise frequently, and enjoy live music--especially at venues like the Gothic and Ogden. I hike a little, I bike a little, but I still love a good sunny afternoon in the park tossing a frisbee and then grabbing some ice cream afterward. I'm a coffee addict and quite possibly the world's biggest fan of bacon.
That's a lot of "I's." So, let's talk about you. Shoot me a message and let me know who you are beyond the little text boxes.