It's so easy for us to see when we are using the wrong board. It's so easy for us to see what needs to change or what we need to do differently in surfing, but in the rest of our lives we're equally quick to blame ourselves. What if you have always perfectly fit life all along, but you just needed to start believing it?
There's always that one person in the line-up with a smile on their faces, and the one with a scowl. I realize in the line-up, and in life, you can choose to be whichever person in the lineup. At the end of the day, we're all in the ocean of life, but how we ride the waves is up to us.
Movement and moving, stillness and chaos-the metaphor can be too simple, but life also can be too.
Aggressive surfing can be empowering, and teach us how to improve. Like confrontation, we often believe it is only negative, but that isn't the case!
I found my greatest sustenance in the sea.
If a surfer catches a wave, and no one is around to see it, was it really that exciting...and other inquiries into external validation.
A post dedicated to the woman who taught me stoke, perseverance, courage, and laughter. Thanks for being the person who has always supported me pursuing my dreams.
What better way to celebrate than in the ocean?
Being a new dog momma has inspired a new love of High Intensity Interval Training in me, which, coincidentally, is great surf training.
What happens when we hold too tightly?