Euro Adventure 2016

You know it’s going to be a great adventure when you arrive at the airport and you hear the words ‘Ms Gollish we have moved you to business class’ when you’re at bag… Continue reading

I Did Not Make the Olympics

But I did come within 8 one-hundredths of a second of making standard in the 1500m. Was 2nd to my fabulous teammate Andrea in the 5000m at Nationals. And pretty much did all… Continue reading

Nationals 2016

Ok, technically it’s really called Olympic Trials, but when you don’t have standard, you go and race it like any other nationals. This year I decided that with my rough spring that I… Continue reading

2 weeks, 6 races…

… 4 planes, two ferries, a train, some transit, and a lot of driving. Sun. Heat. Cold. Wind. Rain, but teeming rain. Sleet, but no snow (thank goodness!). It seems like I saw… Continue reading

Behind Every Great Woman Is A Great Man: Woman-Up Part 2

Can I say that? We would say that about men, that every great man has a great woman behind him. In my world, it is that every great woman has a great man… Continue reading

Be Brave

Here I am in Portland, just after the Portland Track Festival. Yet another awesome track meet. Great to catch up with friends, watch some have breakout performances, nail Olympic Standards, and other have… Continue reading

Believe

So says the t-shirt the lovely Sarah Wells gave me. It’s part of her new line up of clothing that will hit Winners Retailers across Canada later this spring. Super pumped for my… Continue reading

Real Talk Reflections with Myself

…on a run. My think time. As a said in a post ‘First with the head, then with the heart,’ from one of my all-time favourite books, The Power of One. I had  good head-to-heart… Continue reading

Woman Up: Happy Mother’s Day 2016

Happy Mother’s Day to all the mothers and amazing women in my life. I am so fortunate to say I am surrounded by amazing women. Last year my gift to my momma was… Continue reading

Take a Breath, Reflect & Move On

Well Payton Jordan 2016 was not the outcome I wanted. Onward and upwards. I could end my blog here and just close the door, but it’s not that simple (and there is always… Continue reading