8 Signs You Might Be A Former Collegiate Athlete

Even though I graduated from college before some of you were even born, this stuff is still as fresh as the morning rain. I wouldn’t change a thing, but trust me if you were a collegiate athlete, you know that the struggle is entirely real. 1.Good Enough Doesn’t Cut It – You cannot get through aContinue reading “8 Signs You Might Be A Former Collegiate Athlete”

Momentum is Shifty: Follow It.

  Volleyball is a game of momentum. We train. We perfect movements and skills. We condition. We believe. Still, a game is determined in large part by the shift in momentum and how we with those shifts – the loss of it and what to do when we get it back. For example, we wereContinue reading “Momentum is Shifty: Follow It.”

8 Things I Miss About Playing Volleyball in the 80’s

I could never have played volleyball today. You guys are so explosive, so big, so powerful and so good! I have to admit, I’m kind of jealous. Seeing my beloved game today makes me think that the game I fell in love with and played for almost twenty years is like a long-lost cousin withContinue reading “8 Things I Miss About Playing Volleyball in the 80’s”


“I firmly believe that any man’s finest hour, the greatest fulfillment of all that he holds dear, is the moment when he has worked his heart out in a good cause and lies exhausted on the field of battle – victorious” –Vince Lombardi See the look on that face? We all know that look. ThatContinue reading “#winning”

10 Things I Learned About Life By Playing Volleyball

Oh goody! A listicle!! What started off as an effort to mock the listicle (a short-form of writing that uses a list as its thematic structure), blossomed into the fruits of my volleyball career slash psychology degrees slash six years experience as a mom. You can hate it or you can love it, but I’mContinue reading “10 Things I Learned About Life By Playing Volleyball”