Your city is losing money to elsewhere if it’s not welcoming to women-on-bikes. That’s a fact, Jack. Here’s what you can do right now today to change that.
I want to quit literally every day. I never intended to be a local advocate (my profession is as a global writer) and I hate it (which is why I’m completing this shift-in-focus starting November […]
Every Labor Day Weekend, my girls and I used to do what’s called a “Life Pie,” where we’d figure out how we wanted to spend our unrepeatable 168 hours each week moving forward (and then […]
A moment, a week, of silence, after twenty years since the towers fell and everything changed. A moment, a week, of silence to let my wheels revolve and my life evolve. To water new growth […]
In case you are wondering, no, it will not take a ghost bike for your city to finally change. There are at least four I know of in Metro Atlanta, including this one I passed […]
It’s been a duck year for me. First, Slow Duck Crossing. And now, Shoot the Duck! (What, did you think I was rollerskating these past two months just for kicks? Writers don’t do that.) “Shoot […]
It’s time to sign up!!!!! Year FIVE of Team Trust the Journey for the #AtlantaBikeChallenge during #Biketober! No pressure. Just joy! (Well, we do ask for at least one 10-minute bike ride a week. There […]
The current state of the world makes me feel helpless. But not hopeless. Please join me in keeping hope alive. We can still build a beautiful city, country, world. Yes, we can. Yes, we can. […]