There are a few reasons that I have decided to start blogging, not because I have some extra time to kill, or cause I dont' talk to enough people during a day, but I have decided to start blogging for these reasons:
-I am inspired. There are some really great blogs out there and I have only skimmed the surface, Steph Corker-Irwin, Nicola Guildersleeve, Kelly Lyons, all people that I admire and respect. I enjoy reading blogs of these people and I hope that someone will enjoy reading mine too.
-It allows my family and friends to follow my adventures and experiences as both an athlete and a chiropractor to the athletes if they so choose! I am so lucky! I have a great job that exposes me to new learning opportunities every day. I want to share them!
- I want to have a record of my experiences, and how I am feeling about those experiences and what I feel I have learned from them.
-I am a "writer-downer", I need to write things down to make sense of them in my own head (which has been referred to as a 3-ring circus). But also just to commit things and experiences to memory, and make things a habit, thus blogging makes perfect sense for this.
I look forward to "getting into" blogging more and discovering other blogs and waiting to see what kind of doors open for me in this new venture!
Disclaimer: this blog is NOT a professional blog it is entirely personal, what makes me the professional that I am, the athlete that I am and the professional and athletic experiences that I have.