A Say Hey Interview with Jared

If you are following my 100 Workout Challenge page, you know that I have been participating in a 25 week/100 Workout Challenge at Fit2theCore. I wrote from the very beginning that it is easier said than done.  In doing the mental math, I calculated 4 workouts per week (x25 weeks) to reach my 100 workout […]

A Say Hey Interview with Emily

Our Curriculum and Instruction Department at Contra Costa County Office of Education is truly diverse. I feel grateful to work and learn alongside my colleagues.  Emily is the manager of the County’s Tobacco Use Prevention Education Program…but her talents don’t stop there. She is a singer/performer, home chef, runner, and fellow blogger (you can follow […]

A Say Hey Interview with Renata

I first met Renata in 2006 when all 4 of her children were students at the school where I was a site administrator.  When I was principal,  Renata served as PTA President, then Site Council Chairperson, in addition to many other volunteer roles in our school community. She was a true ambassador for the school and […]

Meet Dodger

Not every girl is lucky enough to have a nephew who is a horse. That is just one reason why Dodger is so very special. I had the opportunity to meet him a few weeks ago at the Blue Barn and I am simply in awe of this beautiful animal. I know that it takes […]

A Say Hey Interview with Coach Chris

Coach Chris is one of my trainers at Fit 2 the Core, located on the Concord/Walnut Creek border. I appreciate his help and expertise as I work towards my fitness goals, one step at a time. I have always loved working out and now I feel that I am digging deeper into more of my […]

A Say Hey Interview with Bob Anderson

My husband met Bob when he ran his first Double Road Race in Pleasanton in December 2014. Since then, he has completed 7 Doubles, and is a proud member of Bob’s Ujena Fit Club.   Last October, we took our Fall vacation to Cabo San Lucas and ran the 7th Annual Cabo Double. It was […]

A Say Hey Interview with Terri

I first met Terri when I became an administrator at Coyote Creek Elementary School in San Ramon Valley Unified in 2006.  Her children were in grades 2 and 4 and Terri was our parent volunteer extraordinaire, as she was in charge of the school’s website, in addition to many other parent leadership roles. I have so […]