Moving On

Ever since I began my road trip back in November, people I meet along the way have been curious as to why I made the decision to drastically change my life path and take such a risky journey.  Why would I chuck the security of a great job to hit the highway and boldly go out and “be all that I can be” across the country.

Well, reading my blog category header ‘WHAT IF?’ under “Bucket of Limitless Possibilities” explains my decision for sure. 

And now, I’ve been given even more affirmation and reason.

“He wasn’t kind to you” is what my best friend says every time I go down the path of regret and torch carrying.

“You deserve so much better” is what most everyone else I know says to try and make me feel less discarded and alone.

Everyone is one hundred percent right.  I do deserve to find someone to love who will love me back.

And yet,

After spending a decade trying to make an impossible relationship work, I have spent the last decade trying to find peace in walking away from it.  It’s not like I don’t receive support from my circle of friends when I have one of those “days”.  Days when I miss the past, miss the life we shared along with all of the ups and downs, and just plain miss the man. But let go and move on?  Hard to do when the heart just won’t let go.  Hard to do when there are so many reminders everywhere.  Sadly I couldn’t even do it when I married someone else.

Starting over is hard to do when virtually everything you know is wrapped up in that one person who is supposed to be the one.  Who professed he was the one.  Letting go is hard to imagine when there still lingers that one sliver of hope he planted to possibly reconcile someday.  Giving up is hard to do when everything about my life revolves around the perfect story about a dynamic outdoors couple living the dream, happily ever after. 

Last night I learned the love of my life has passed away quite unexpectedly while on vacation.

Well.  I guess I can move on now.

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I’m an “Oily Yogi” ready to inspire you to reach for limitless possibilities.

With a lifetime of experience in the outdoors, one of my biggest joys is to share my passion for adventure with others. After spending decades in suits and buildings, I found a way to combine the office and the outdoors in a way that optimizes positive results. There is a clearly defined correlation between nature, sensory contact, and high impact performance.

I am recognized as a change agent, who inspires people to allow their dreams to become reality through group and individual experiential settings. But perhaps the best gift I can bring to the table is my passion for your wellbeing. I enjoy coaching and training others to achieve their personal and professional goals, focusing on health, wellness wholeness, and limitless possibilities. Everything starts with the self; and is unique to each person. Simply tuning into the breath, mindfulness, and gentle movement for starters. Whenever I can, we take the work outside.

Life is an adventure! Whether it’s a business or personal situation, career path or life path, As Chief Experience Officer of PR Brady AdVentures, my passion is Inspiring Limitless Possibilities, Bringing Our Best Selves to Life.
So, shall we begin?
Contact me for more information on ways we can work together on your possibilities. Namaste!


  1. mo hagar says

    I am so sorry that the love of your live has passed away mike RIP. so I guess I can move on now too
    thanks for everything!

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