I’m featured on the 10Adventures podcast!


Hello, all! I’ve been enjoying my downtime in Portland these past few days: connecting with friends, eating some old favorite foods, biking and taking transit around to appointments, while also enjoying new adventures (such as discovering the 10-year-old Trolley Trail for the first time today—the paved, car-free path goes all the way from Milwaukie to Gladstone!)

I’ll write more in a bit, but I wanted check in today to share a cool interview I was honored to take part in for the 10Adventures podcast. 10Adventures is a Canadian travel company offering a wide variety of excursion packages for people seeking human-powered travel experiences, whether biking, hiking, or boating.

I’m very happy with the interview, and my host Karin and I ended up “going deeper” than I had expected, in what I had initially assumed would be a mostly athletic-and-outdoorsy-focused conversation.

One caveat: I’m kind of embarrassed at how my voice/demeanor sounds at the beginning. Karin sounds very excited and upbeat, and by contrast, I was chagrined to notice that my own voice made me sound rather bored/boring! I hope you’ll see (listen?) past that to enjoy the content of what we discussed. It was really cool for me to have the opportunity to sum up some of my experiences and learnings of the past year. Please click through to this link; I hope you’ll enjoy hearing it as well:


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