Author: Joe

March 28, 2019 Joe 5 comments

Eating right doesn’t have to be complicated. When people try to lose weight or eat healthy, they make extremely complicated rules. They place restrictions on themselves about everything. Dieters hold beliefs that they can’t eat carbs or that fat is bad for them. Soon, they can count on one hand the foods they can actually…

March 20, 2019 Joe 2 comments

Eating on the road is tough. Eating healthy is even harder. There have been multiple times while traveling where I have had to settle for a less than desirable meal just because I’m hungry. Over years of traveling, I have found some simple ways to eat better. I want to share 5 food hacks that…

March 13, 2019 Joe 2 comments

How to eat healthy in a world of fitness fads? The diet hype is real. How many times have you heard of a friend or coworker trying that new fad diet?  The truth is, most diet fail, and for good reason: nutrition is tough. After all, while you are training 3-5 time per week, you…

November 19, 2018 Joe No comments exist

What is our purpose? Why do we seek new adventure? When is it ok to accept our current situation? The world is a funny place. We’re surrounded by people who confirm that what we’re doing is “right.” How can we know that were on the right path? Society can trick us into a degree of…

September 10, 2018 Joe No comments exist

My body was tired. 40 miles in and everything hurt. Each step pounded my already sore feet. My legs propelled me into an open meadow surrounded by 3 mountains. The soreness subsided and my body did what it knew best: it kept walking. I became engrossed in beauty as I passed waterfalls, roaring rivers, and…

June 4, 2018 Joe No comments exist

August 2017 I set out on an open-ended bicycle tour circumnavigating the US. This video blog highlights the twenty-eight and final leg of my journey from San Diego to Pasadena, CA. This final victory lap took me up the coast in beautiful fashion. I rode up and down hills with the ocean always in sight. I…

May 25, 2018 Joe

Suddenly, I felt a cool breeze. The heat quickly subsided as my bike coasted downhill. My body no longer felt fatigue, but my mind was more active than ever. Emotions coursed through me as tears welled up in my eyes. The miles ticked down and my tears ran as I approached the Pacific Ocean. The…