About

Hey, world!  Andrea, here.  I won’t bore you with too many details but here’s just a little about me:  I’m an elementary music teacher, lover of music and all things artsy, vegetarian-turned-vegan, life-long learner, and a triathlete. No kids unless you count my 3 fur babies.  While music has always been a part of my life for as long as I can remember, sports were not.  The most athletic thing that I participated in as a kid/teen/young adult was marching band and drum corps.  I spent every moment perfecting my musical talents; it’s what I loved and lived for.  After I graduated from college in 2004, I got my first teaching job, and got married.  Fast forward a few years and all of a sudden, life caught up with me and so did my terrible eating habits and lack of exercise.  I no longer recognized the person staring back at me in the mirror.  I had lost interest in so many things I once loved because I was losing a love for myself.  I knew something had to change.  I just didn’t know exactly what that something was or how to change it.  In late 2008, I got my first road bike and started cycling.  My sister also managed to talk me into running, which eventually led me to my first race….a duathlon (run, bike, run).  I loved cycling.  I was learning to love running. However, it wasn’t until 2012 that I found my true passion for sport and exercise.  Triathlon.  Triathlon has opened up a whole new world for me, and while I’m not fast (yet…and maybe never), I love the self-confidence and better health that I’ve found through this sport!  Be sure to follow my blog to keep up with my journey to living life to the fullest and becoming the best version of me!

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