I’m coming up on one year since I made my official retirement announcement from Track & Field and life on the other side of competing has been quite the ride. In a peculiar way, so much has changed, but yet a lot has truly stayed the same. Here are four lessons that I took from … More Four Lessons From Track & Field That Are True in Retirement
I have partnered with The Center for the Female Athlete which provides a place for young female athletes to be heard & empowered to be the best versions of themselves. As a former athlete who’s life was transformed through sport, and a girl mom, I love the invaluable resources The Center provides. I am extremely … More 5 Tips To Help Student-Athletes Adapt To The College Environment
Anyone who knows me knows how much I love and respect my little sister Cindy Sember, and I am incredibly protective over her. So much so that my mom has jokingly called me her “second mom” in the past. For those of you who don’t already know, my sister is a world class hurdler, two … More Watching My Sister Compete As A Spectator For The First Time
As a retired athlete who had the privilege of competing professionally for twelve years, there are aspects of that lifestyle that I didn’t appreciate as much as I could’ve in the moment. And quite frankly, some aspects that I miss. Not miss in a “let me come out of retirement” kind of way, but miss … More Four Things Not To Take For Granted As A Professional Athlete
Imagine spending a lifetime of blood, sweat, and tears perfecting a craft that you’re borderline obsessed with, and then placing a huge portion of its success into the hands of someone else. Then couple that with the fact that you’re a type A personality and it’s incredibly hard for you to trust people, and to … More How Was it Being Coached By My Husband?