On the RADIO!



One of my goals for 2013 was to connect with and inspire others through more public speaking, events, and radio. And since vision boards DO come true, one of my goals has too. This month I was a featured guest on “Eat. Love. Live. Thrive” a web radio talk show with Registered Dietitian and Health Expert Corinne Dobbas. In our 30 minute talk show we had an honest conversation on how to stay healthy and happy in a stressed out society. According to the American Psychological Association (APA), 22% of Americans feel extremely stressed–so can you imagine how many feel slightly stressed? Through my work in wellness coaching, I have found that this stress has profound effects on the way we take care of ourselves, or should I say–how we don’t care of ourselves. It’s an overwhelming cause for people to feel negative, get frustrated, and to stop putting effort into their physical, emotional, and spiritual well-being. We become unbalanced; and when we’re unbalanced, it’s hard to get back to a place of health and happiness.

Come on with us and listen in on our straight-up conversation on dealing with stress, how to see the positive (even when you feel super negative), how to make sure your goals are on target for where you are, tips on dealing with comparing yourself to others, and the basics on how to stay healthy and happy where you are right now, at this moment in time–regardless of everyone else around you. Click here to download and listen to the show:


Some topics covered in our 30 minute talk:

Leave me a comment when you listen to the show and tell me your biggest takeaway from my conversation with Corrine. I look forward to hearing your thoughts and to sharing future radio talks!

Theres one thing I know for sure, I wouldn’t be anywhere without all of YOU. Thanks for your continued support as I work towards accomplishing all of my personal and professional goals. Sky is the LIMIT and I plan on flying high with YOU!

With love and gratitude,


For more on Corinne Dobbas, M.S., R.D. check out her amazing website: http://www.corinnedobbas.com

Other Things To Check Out This Week:

Increase your health, happiness, and life satisfaction with ONE simple exercise!

Feeling good usually makes us smile, but does it work the other way around? Can smiling actually make us feel better?

Believe it or not, smiling does actually provide a number of health benefits, both physical and psychological. According to recent research, flashing your pearly whites may help you look younger, feel happier, have healthier relationships, and more.

Its TRUE! “Sometimes your joy is the source of your smile, but sometimes your smile can be the source of your joy.” ~Thich Nhat Hanh. Heres a look at all of the health benefits of smiling:

Benefits of Smiling:

    • Instant Mood Booster: Having a rough day and don’t feel like smiling? Fake it until you make it.  According to a number of studies, simply making the effort to grin (and bear it!) can improve your mood instantly. “Emotions are felt through the whole body, not just in the brain,” explains researcher Michael Lewis, PhD, of Cardiff University in the United Kingdom. So when you smile your body responds by feeling happier emotions. Next time you are feeling down, put on a smile – there’s a good chance you mood will change for the better.
    • The Fountain of Youth: Forget expensive wrinkle creams – smiling may be the only anti-aging prescription you need. During a recent study published in the journal Psychology and Aging, researchers asked participants to guess the age of adult strangers in photographs. The results? The judges consistently underestimated the age of the photographed people who were wearing happy expressions; however, they were more likely to guess age correctly if the person wore a neutral expression. Don’t go for a face lift, just try smiling your way through the day — you’ll look younger, happier, and more vibrant.
    • Positive Addiction: Studies have shown that smiling releases endorphins, natural pain killers, and serotonin. Together these three make us feel good. Smiling is a natural drug and free of charge!
    • Secret to Success: research has found that happy, smiling people may thrive better in the workplace and in relationships. Okay, okay — but these people are probably in high spirits because of their success, right? Contrary to intuition, a number of studies show that happiness often precedes success — meaning the participants were more likely to be successful because of their happy demeanor. And it starts young: A study from DePauw University found that big-grinned kids had lower divorce rates later in life. Which actually makes sense because smiling people appear more confident, are more likely to be promoted, and more likely to be approached. Put on a smile at meetings and appointments and people will react to you differently.
    • A Statement Piece: No one forgets a gorgeous grin. Smile when you meet others and you will make a lasting impression.
    • Smiling Is Contagious: A simple smile has the power to light up the room, changing the moods of other and making the enviornment happier. Think about it: When someone beams at you on the street, you almost always smile back (even if subconsciously). In an issue of the journal Psychonomic Bulletin & Review, experts explain that our brains look for and respond to smiling faces — likely before we are even aware of our response.  Smile a lot and you will be contagious!
    • Happy face = Health Benefits: Smiling actually lowers your blood pressure AND boots your immune system. When you smile it lowers your stress-hormone levels, which helps you maintain a strong immune system, a healthier heart, and improves your psychological coping mechanisms to life’s challenges.
    • Stress reducer: Smiling is the most natural and easy way to relieve stress. When you feel that stress is taking over, it is time to take one or two minutes and smile. Find something positive or funny (picture, video or some good memories from the past) and let yourself go – smile and laugh. In a couple of minutes you will feel less stressed and ready to go on.

Each time you smile you throw a little feel-good party in your brain. As evidenced above, the simple act of smiling benefits your health, happiness, and has the power to transform you and the world around you. Current research (and common sense) shows us that a smile is contagious, it can make us appear more attractive to others, it lifts our mood as well as the moods of those around us, and it can even lengthen our lives.

We can’t always control what happens to us, but I am 100% confident that gracing your face with a grin can seriously change your internal and external experience. Your smile is something that should be worn often, so make it a priority to surround yourself with people, places and things that brighten your day. Vow to be the positive, happy person in your group of friends. Laugh often, connect with others, and live in health. Trust me on this one, the world is simply a better place when you smile.

Keep smiling,



“Everytime you smile at someone, it is an action of love, a gift to that person, a beautiful thing.”

~ Mother Teresa


In the Mood For LOVE.

With valentines day approaching, I thought it would be appropriate to talk about getting in the MOOD and increasing your life satisfaction in the love department. Below are a few of my favorite ways to give your love life a boost by eating right, working out, and living in health.

Boost the Mood with Food

 Aphrodisiacs are generally defined as items that evoke or stimulate sexual desire. The word itself derives from the Greek goddess of love, beauty, pleasure, and procreation: Aphrodite. The search for sexy foods is an ancient pursuit, and aphrodisiacs come in many healthy forms — with skins, peels, and shells. Scientific studies support the “love potion” reputations for a few of the foods below, but in the absence of hard laboratory proof, a little bit of ancient mystique and placebo effect cant be all that bad. Here’s a list of some healthy aphrodisiacs you can incorporate into a Valentine’s Day meal considered “love enhancers” for their suggestive shape, texture, or color. Sample their effects by cooking up a few of my sexy, healthy recipes and you may find yourself with a delicious love potion that works wonders 😉

  1. Asparagus. Some claim that people who eat asparagus have many lovers; others think it’s just that the phallic shape of the spears suggest sexuality. What we do know for certain is that asparagus is packed with vitamin E, which can help boost sexual stamina and performance.
  2. Arugula. Associated with a lesser known Roman god of fertility, arugula was popular among the ancient Romans and Egyptians.
  3. Garlic. The ancient Romans so believed in the love powers of garlic that they consecrated it to the goddess of fertility, Ceres.
  4. Saffron. Pricey, but worth a shot: It’s believed to stimulate sexual desire in women.
  5. Shrimp. An iodine deficiency can result in reduced sex drive, and shrimp provides iodine. Best of all, shrimp protein breaks down in the body to the amino acid phenylalanine, proven to increase levels of sex drive–boosting neurotransmitters in the brain.
  6. Avocado. While its smooth flesh is undoubtedly sensual, avocado’s aphrodisiac status derives primarily from its resemblance to male sexual organs as the fruit hangs on the tree. (The Aztec word for testicles is ahuacatl ….oh boy Im blushing now 😉
  7. Basil. In Moldavian folklore, if a man accepts a sprig of basil from a woman, he is destined to fall in love with her.
  8. Honey. Honey was a primary ingredient in many ancient Egyptian cures for sterility and impotence.
  9. Figs. Used by Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden, the fig paradoxically symbolizes both sexuality and modesty.
  10. Chocolate. Some say the great Aztec ruler Montezuma so believed in the power of chocolate as an aphrodisiac that he would drink large volumes of a chocolate elixir before heading into his harem; in modern days, scientists have shown that chocolate causes a release of the same hormone released during sexual intercourse, and serves up a healthy dose of serotonin, sometimes called the “feel good” hormone.
  11. Strawberries. Maybe it’s just the cute heart shape, or the fact that they can be dipped in chocolate or whipped cream and fed to your lover. Whatever the reason for their power, strawberries have been considered an aphrodisiac since ancient Rome.

Now go and cook up some love with these recipes! 


Arugula Salad with Roasted Asparagus for 2

Roasting asparagus brings out a deep, earthy taste and allows the tender spears to pair more easily with wine.


  • 4 cups baby arugula leaves, loosely packed
  • 8 asparagus spears
  • 2 tablespoons extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tablespoon balsamic vinegar
  • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  • 1/8 teaspoon salt
  • 1/8 teaspoon pepper
  • 1 tablespoon grated Parmigiano Reggiano cheese (optional)

Preheat oven to 400° F. Snap off tough ends of asparagus and toss with about ½ tablespoon of the olive oil on a baking sheet lined with foil. Lay spears in a single layer and sprinkle with salt and pepper. Roast until tender crisp and slightly charred, about 5-10 minutes depending on thickness of the spears.

While asparagus is roasting, combine remaining olive oil, vinegar, mustard, salt and pepper and whisk to combine. To serve, toss arugula with dressing and divide evenly between two plates. Top with asparagus spears, sprinkle cheese on top, and serve immediately

Spanish-Style Shrimp With Garlic (from Cooking Light)

Aphrodisiacs garlic and shrimp take center stage in this classic Spanish dish, which is commonly served as a tapa in Spain. To determine when the shrimp are done–beyond looking for the characteristic pink or orange marks–check to see that the shrimp flesh has changed from translucent to opaque white. Serve this tapas-style dish with grilled bread or rice to make it more of a main dish.


  • 1 tablespoon extravirgin olive oil
  • 1/8 teaspoon ground red pepper
  • 6 garlic cloves, thinly sliced
  • 1 bay leaf
  • 1 pound large shrimp, peeled and deveined
  • 1/4 teaspoon salt
  • 2 tablespoons chopped fresh parsley
  • 4 lemon wedges

Heat oil in a large nonstick skillet over medium heat. Add pepper, garlic, and bay leaf; cook 2 minutes, stirring constantly. Increase heat to medium-high. Add shrimp; sauté until shrimp have pink or orange markings and white, opaque flesh (about 4 minutes). Remove from heat. Sprinkle with salt. Discard bay leaf. Sprinkle with parsley, and serve with lemon wedges.


Honey Almond Fig Balls

The perfect high-energy snack or treat using aphrodisiacs honey and figs. This recipe yields  around 25 to 30 balls.


  • 1 ½ cup raw almonds
  • 2 cups dried figs (any piece of the stem removed)
  • 3 tablespoon unsweetened shredded coconut
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1 tablespoon honey
  • 4 tablespoon unsweetened cocoa powder
  • 1 teaspoon coarse sea salt


Take any of the leftover stem off your dried figs. Throw your figs and almonds in your food processor on high until you get a paste. Then add the rest of your ingredients. Taste to see if you need more salt. Turn on high again to mix well. Use your hands to make balls any size you please. Top with course sea salt.


Fall In Love with Fitness

Shaping up with your sweetie will give your body and sex life a boost. Exercise gets your blood pumping, endorphins flowing, and works as a natural aphrodisiac. Not only that but research shows that 94 percent of couples stick with their fitness programs when they work out together. By motivating each other to get up and go, you’ll not only shake up your usual weeknight couch-wine-reality TV routine, you’ll be learning moves together and sharing a new experience. Here are a few of my favorite ways to workout with a partner. The couple that sweats together stays together – talk about a relationship builder!

  • Get Outdoors. A great way to get a couple’s workout are outdoor exercises such as hiking, rafting, camping, cycling and many others. This provides you lots of benefits as you can adapt a new and healthy lifestyle out of it. You bond together, you can appreciate nature and you can have fun, what more can you ask for?
  • Get Wet. Swimming an excellent workout for your muscles and tons of fun –  especially  if you race your partner to see who can cover more laps! Or if you have just made a trip to the gym, take a cool dip together to relax your muscles by floating in the water.
  • Cycling. Grab yourselves a couple of bicycles and get out on the road. Cycling is a great workout for your heart and easy on the joints. Just don’t forget your helmut!
  • DANCE! This can rekindle or intensify the romance between you and your partner. Sign up for a dance class that is suitable for pairs. Most couples enjoy ballroom dancing specifically Rumba and Tango…ooooo sexyyyyy.
  • Sporty Spice. Pick up a sport of two, like badminton, soccer, tennis or even table tennis. Its active, fun, and might light a spark through some innocent competition. Make it a routine and before you know it you wouldn’t be able to go a day without playing.
  • Sign up for a class together. Consider trying something new that interests you both: martial arts, an indoor climbing clinic, yoga (including Partner Yoga), 5K training, adult swim lessons, or other sports.
  • Boxing. If you like to kick things up a notch, try out a kickboxing class. It’s playful, fun, and a great way to work out any disagreements 😉
  • Get BUFF. When strength training at the gym, “work in” (switch places) with one another between sets. About 90 seconds of rest between sets is beneficial anyway. So while you rest, your partner can complete one set of the exercise. Switching the weights to your own level is quick and easy to do on most machines. Another time-saving option is to use dumbbells, so that you don’t have to constantly add and remove weight plates when switching between sets.
  • Workout with Caroline. Enroll in my special Outdoor Bootcamp event I am hosting on March 3rd on Chrissy Field in San Francisco. Our group will involve partner exercises gaurenteed to get you feeling the love. Not only that but our sweat goes to benefit the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for life-saving cancer research. Sign up HERE to participate and fall in love while raising money for a good cause.  

I am a BIG believer in balance…. this February 14th indulge a bit! Spend some time with your loved ones, treat yourself to your favorite workout, and enjoy a sweet treat or festive drink. Holidays were created to remind us to CELEBRATE life – Have a great time this holiday and Happy Valentines Day to You ALL!



Other Things To Check Out This Week:

Special Event: Mr. Marina Bootcamp!

March 3, 2013 12-2pm Chrissy Field San Francisco


**100% of ticket sales and donations go to the

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society for life-saving cancer research.**

EVENT Link to register: http://marinabootcamp.eventbrite.com/

The Mr. Marina is a fundraiser is for life-saving Leukemia & Lymphoma research hosted by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. These forms of blood cancer are the deadliest forms of cancer for kids under 20 years. In the Competition, 10 finalists compete for the title of Mr. Marina. The winner is chosen at the final event on March 20th at Ruby Skye and fundraising is a large component of choosing the winner. Last year the campaign raised over $80k and the event brought in over 800 attendees. The Mr. Marina Bootcamp on March 3rd is a fundraising event for the competition led by Mr. Marina candidate David Rust.

Join Mr. Marina Candidate David Rust and Caroline Jordan for a strong, effective, outdoor workout to get you geared up and in shape for Mr. Marina 2013. This fitness fundraiser is appropriate for all levels and is guaranteed to help you get a tight, toned Marina look. The bootcamp will be led on Marina Green by Caroline, San Francisco’s favorite fitness pro who has been featured in Shape Magazine, SF Weekly and the San Francisco Chronicle. What can you expect? A complete total body workout that’ll have you marina green ready in no time.  


Want to make a powerful impact on the lives of those affected by Leukemia & Lymphoma? Make a donation to the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, the proud host of the Mr. Marina competition. Your donation will go towards: 

  • $25 donation covers a single prescription co-payment for one Leukemia patient
  • $52 donation covers the cost to tissue type a prospective bone marrow donor
  • $200 donation funds one Monthly Support Group meeting for Leukemia & Lymphoma victims

**When you donate at least $30 you will also receive**

Join us for this years hottest bootcamp and make a difference with your sweat. Exercise your charity muscle with this year’s Mr. Marina, David Rust!
Dont forget to purchase your event tickets to see David Rust and the other 9 candadites battle it out for the title of Mr. Marina on March 20th 2013 at RUby Skye. Check out the event page here: http://mmdavidr.eventbrite.com/. Hope you can join us!

Cycle For Survival 2013

There are no words.

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There is still time to donate and make a contribution to rare cancer research. If you want to you can do so HERE. 

HUGE thank you to all of you who donated time, energy, and dollars to make this year’s Cycle for Survival the BEST year yet! The world is a better place thanks to YOU!

Looking forward to next year!

Caroline’s Healthy, Happy Superbowl Guide. Recipes and Workouts for the WIN!

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This year I am SUPER excited for the Superbowl, my home team, the San Francisco 49ers, are playing (and going to WIN!). Not only that, but I love a good football party. Sharing time with people you enjoy, delicious food, and unforgettable commercials – its always a good time.

Unfortunately, along with the fun of the party comes lots of calories and sitting (not really a winning combination).  According to an article in the USA Today, Super Bowl parties are second to Thanksgiving when it comes to the number of calories consumed.  If we are not careful, we could eat our daily intake of calories, doubled, during one super bowl game.


I have created a healthy, happy superbowl guide to help you. Below are my choice football party recipes and a workout to get you game day ready. You might be surprised how delicious choosing a healthier celebration feels and you’ll feel so good you’ll have ample energy for the after parties.  These resources you can prepare a game day plan that wins all around. Have fun, be safe, and GO NINERS!

Caroline’s Healthy, Happy Superbowl Guide.

SuperBowl Recipes. Plan ahead and cook up a few nutritious recipes so that you have something healthy to serve at your party. Here are a few of my favorites:


Caroline’s Crispy Kale Chips

Ditch the Doritos and put out a bowl of these (healthy) bad boys instead. To make them, simply wash kale, dress with olive oil and a bit of sea salt, and roast in the oven until crunchy and crispy.

Prep time:  10 mins

Cook time:  20 mins

Total time:  30 mins


1 large bunch of kale (I used the curly kind)

1 tablespoon olive oil

sea salt


  • Preheat oven to 300 degrees F.
  • Wash kale, remove the inner rib or stem, and tear into chip-size pieces. Make the pieces a little larger than you want the chips because they will shrink.
  • The kale must be thoroughly dried. I ran it through a salad spinner, laid it out on paper towels for 5 minutes, and then ran it through the spinner once more.
  • Put the kale pieces in a gallon plastic baggie and add the olive oil. “Massage” the kale to ensure that each piece has a coating of oil.
  • Arrange the kale in a single layer on a large baking sheet lined with parchment paper (or you can place them right on the sheet). You may need a to use more than one sheet or bake in batches.
  • Sprinkle with sea salt. Use a bit less than you think you need because the kale shrinks and the salt intensifies.
  • Bake for about 20 minutes, until the kale is crisp and slightly browned.
  • Enjoy!


If the chips last more than 5 minutes (mine never do) you can store them for 2 days in an airtight container or bag. Make sure they are cooled thoroughly before storing.


Baked Sweet Potato Fries with Rosemary  ( adapted from FeedMePhoebe)
Makes 2-4 servings

1 large sweet potato (about 1 pound)
2 tablespoons olive oil
2 tablespoons loosely packed fresh rosemary leaves
1/2 teaspoon sea salt
1/2 teaspoon paprika

1. Preheat the oven to 450 degrees F. Line a baking sheet with parchment paper.

2. Toss the sweet potatoes in a large mixing bowl with the olive oil, rosemary, salt, and paprika until well incorporated.

3. Arrange the sweet potatoes on the baking sheet in an even layer. Bake in the middle of the oven for 20 to 30 minutes, redistributing once during the cooking process, until browned and crispy. Allow to cool slightly – they will get even crisper and firmer as they come to room temperature.

Serve the fries alongside ketchup, lemon aioli, and perhaps a turkey burger, if you’re feeling frisky.


Root Vegetable and Black Bean Chili (Gluten/Dairy Free from FeedMePhoebe)
Makes 10 servings

This chili is the perfect earthy blend of sweet and spicy. If you want to get even more rich flavor out of the vegetables, roast them until they are nice and caramelized and then add them to the stew. You’ll cut down on your stove-top cook time, and the extra step is worth it. If you can’t find chile negro any mild dried chili will work here.

2 ounces dried chile negro
4 cloves garlic, minced
1 bunch cilantro
Olive oil
2 large onions, diced
4 large carrots, peeled and diced
Sea salt
2 tablespoons ancho chili powder
2 tablespoons cumin
1 tablespoon oregano
3 28-ounce cans fire roasted tomatoes
1 sweet potato, peeled and diced
4 small parsnips, peeled and diced
4 cans black beans, rinsed and drained

1. Place the chiles in a bowl and submerge in boiling hot water. Soak for at least 20 minutes, up to an hour. Remove the chiles from the water, reserving the liquids. Rinse off the seeds and skin and discard along with the stems. Place the cleaned chiles in a small food processor along with 1/2 cup of roughly chopped cilantro stems, the garlic, and 1/2 cup of soaking liquids. Puree until you get a fine paste, adding more liquid as necessary.

2. Meanwhile, heat 2 tablespoons of olive oil in a large lidded Dutch oven over a medium-high flame. Saute the onion and carrots until soft, about 5 minutes. Add the chili powder, cumin, oregano, and 1 teaspoon of salt. Cook until fragrant, about 2 minutes. You want the spices to get nice and toasted. Carefully pour in the tomatoes and bring to a simmer.

3. Add the sweet potatoes, parsnips, black beans, black chile paste, and remaining soaking liquid. Stir to combine and bring to a simmer, adding one or two cups of water if necessary. You want a soupy consistency, as the chili will thicken as it simmers.

Simmer, partly covered for 20 minutes, until the potatoes and parsnips are tender. Season with salt and cayenne pepper to taste. Simmer 5 minutes more. Ladel the chili in bowls and serve!


Winning Brownies (Click HERE to get the recipe from the Gracious Pantry. )


Superbowl Fitness: Caroline’s “Get in the Game WORKOUT CHALLENGE” 

Fuel your SuperBowl Sunday with POWER by getting your workout in before the first commercial. The below drills are designed to work on your strength, speed, stamina, and agility while burning calories and boosting energy. It’s a challenging series – as always, please check with a doctor before beginning any new exercise routine. And note: *You DO NOT need a football or access to a football field for these workouts. Just a positive attitude, a bottle of water, and some space! ; )

Running/Jogging Warm Up Drills. 10 minutes.

  • Easy jog 5 minutes
  • Walking Lunge. 20-30.
  • Butt kicks (kick your heel towards your butt)
  • Squat with side shuffle 1 minute
  • High Knees 1 minute
  • Plank with mountain climber knees 1 minute

“Make a Tight End”

Do 20-30 reps of each move. Work on keeping good form and strengthening your legs, core, and balance.

  • Basic Hip bridge. Laying on back bridge hips up into the air.
  • Squat with straight arms out in front of you. Focus on keeping shoulders down and core engaged.
  • Forward single leg lunge with knee raise (add hop if feeling feisty!). Do reps on one leg and switch.
  • Single leg side lateral lunge. Lunging one leg to the side keeping the other straight. Option to add a knee raise towards chest.
  • Plie squat with inner thigh slide. Squat with legs wide and toes pointed outward, bring heels together when you stand and separate legs wide to squat again.

Penalty ABS.

Perform each move for 1 minute with 15 seconds rest in-between.

  • V Ups.
  • Bicycle Crunch
  • Plank
  • Superman
  • Pushup


Do each move for 1 minute with 30 seconds rest in-between.

  • Burpees. Feel free to add a pushup or squat jump!
  • “Football” run. Also known as “fast feet” : shake your booty and move feet out and in.
  • Squat hops with “touch down” arms. Squat and jump off ground reaching your arms up in the air in a “touchdown” signal.
  • Suicides. Sprint out 10-20 yards, squat and touch ground, sprint back ( you can also use distance measure like light poles, street meters)

Once through the circuit is GREAT – you can also repeat the above 2-3 times and go home with a longer workout.

This challenging all-levels circuit works the entire body, doesn’t require any equipment, and includes the perfect mix of strength and cardio exercises. It’s a winning combination – you’ll feel like such a rockstar when you’re done you might need your OWN halftime show. Leave a comment below if you  complete the above challenge and let me know how it went. Cant wait to congratulate you on your efforts!

Wishing you a safe and fun SuperBowl celebration. Now get focused, put on your game face, and get ready to “BRING IT”. Im positive you’ll have a healthy, happy Superbowl. TOUCHDOWN!

GO 49ers!


P.S. There is still time to DONATE to CYCLE for Survival fundraiser and the Memorial Sloan Kettering Center. This is my third year riding in Cycle for Survival and I truly feel the event has a tangible, powerful impact on those who are affected by rare cancers. My goal is to get as many people as possible to donate $2 dollars to 1.) Raise awareness of the cause and 2.) Raise money for rare cancer! If you would be open to lending your support, you can donate to my ride HERE. Thank you for all of your help in doing good things in the world!