Category Archives: Blog Post
Today, the dude and I headed out to Atlanta Street’s Alive, a semi-annual ciclovia organized by the Atlanta Bicycle Coalition. From Wikipedia: Ciclovía… is [a] term which translates from Spanish into English as “bike path” and now used worldwide to … Continue reading
I have finally settled into a hotel with my preferred commute–the one that takes me through a ritzy neighborhood, and is predominantly on bike lanes. There is a slight incline on the way to work, but not enough to cause … Continue reading
My mornings are typically rushed, and I time my morning routine and commute to get to the office at least 15 minutes before my first meeting. I just gather my belongings, roll Clarice outside, unfold her into the rideable form, … Continue reading
Spring training came to Phoenix, AZ a few weeks ago, and it was almost impossible to find a hotel within biking distance of my client. Apparently, people travel from far and wide to watch other people practice baseball. You heard … Continue reading
First, I would like to apologize for being completely MIA for three weeks. I can attribute this to both being burned out at work and some filial duties that completely monopolized my time. I did however realize that something was … Continue reading
Last week, I was invited by my client to go out for dinner after work, so I decided to wear something a little more festive–i.e. not another boring suit.
I don’t know about you, but when I see my own pedaling bicycle shadow as I ride to work, I am completely captivated. Just as I do in the mirror (I guess it is the wannabe ballerina in me), I … Continue reading
I had previously posted about my experience with desert storms: the slightest winds in Arizona caused sand particles to become airborne and make their way into my eyes.
With my home-base being Atlanta, Georgia, and my client being in Phoenix, Arizona, I am typically on the road four-to-five days per week. It must come as no surprise that I have picked up a couple of tricks on efficient … Continue reading
This past St. Paddy’s day, no, I did not drink green beer. I did however don a bright green shirt and enjoyed the great, green, outdoors of Atlanta on my bicycle, Belle.