Last year I began blogging on a much more regular basis than I had before. I tried to bring you practical and thought-provoking content on all things health, wellness, triathlon, and performance.
I’ve loved every second of it. And as I was an independent consultant at the time, my schedule allowed me to dedicate five days each week to posting.
Unfortunately, it doesn’t look like I’ll be able to keep up with that pace.
I recently took a position with Allina Health, one of the major health care providers in Minnesota and western Wisconsin, where I’ll be managing our pediatric health community programs, and serving as a health coach for kids and teens. Many of these kids have already developed or are at risk of health conditions like type 2 diabetes and other chronic diseases.
I will continue to blog. It’s not going away. I love it too much and I am grateful for all of your comments and feedback along the way.
But with every new role, there’s a transition period of figuring out how it’s all going to work. There will be at least one new blog per week, maybe more, but I’m still putting the pieces together.
So, thank you everyone for your interest in the blog. And don’t worry, it’s continuing, just with a few changes. I even think that my experiences in my new position at Allina Health will help bring you even more interesting and valuable content.
In the meantime, my triathlon season kicks off this weekend in Winona, MN. I’ll be racing the first race of Lifetime Fitness’s MN series: Trinona. The bike course features a very challenging climb, but it’s followed by a really flat and fast run course. All the makings of a PR…hopefully.
I’m just hoping the rain holds off!