Be Happy; or Be Very Happy

One of life’s most significant challenges is to be or not to be. Over the last year, I have spent taking a true and false test. I have had to conduct a reflective personal audit of my life while examining and challenging my beliefs. Today, I have come to realize so much of our lives…… Continue reading Be Happy; or Be Very Happy

4,000 Miles – 3,000 Left Across America

Update: I’m feeling sick and tired, bewildered, and on the edge of giving up. But thankfully, I’m not alone, as many of us think the same way in our daily lives.

What do Cycling, EMDR Therapy, and PTSD Have in Common?

Through the simple act of listening to music or drums shifting from your right to left ear, a memory that at one point was charged with emotion can become less distressing. During the process, a rhythmic association can arise, providing positive responses to negative memories of thoughts. With support, this process can facilitate lasting or ongoing healing.

Cycle Touring – It’s a Strange and Wonderful Life

Before leaving in March, a friend mentioned, “America understands cycling!”, but I wasn’t quite ready for this understatement. To be honest, I’m pretty surprised with the USA in general, I can’t believe how…

Visiting Specialized Bikes Corporate Office

South of San Francisco, in the heart of cycling country, you’ll find Morgan Hill and the home of Specialized Bicycle Components. The Specialized headquarters houses three buildings and 400 plus employees, plus this cool guy – Mike Sinyard, founder and chairman of Specialized Bicycle Components. I have to say, arriving at Specialized and being welcomed…… Continue reading Visiting Specialized Bikes Corporate Office