A lot has been going on in the world over the last few weeks, it’s starting to weigh pretty heavily on me. Listening to stories of earthquake and hurricane victims, those affected by our horrendous political climate, the list goes on… it’s easy for me to get really bummed out and feel this great desire to want to fix the world’s problems any way I can but as I’ve learned in my work and personal life, I can only do so much as one person. Every little bit helps and when we all do a little, it turns into A LOT very quickly. A couple of months ago, I found myself needing community and needing to put purpose behind my passions. I’m starting small to make my impact on the world and my local community so I’ve worked with @cb_seattleslu and @nov_project_sea to coordinate this charity ride for the @runofhope , benefitting the research being done by @seattlechildrens and @pbtrf.
I can’t fix all the world’s problems but I can start by doing something that can help even just a few people. I’ve put my heart into coordinating this charity ride on Saturday, I hope you’ll join me.
Even if the thought of a cycling class sounds terrifying, I promise I’m still really new to this too. Get your cardio in for the day, earn your Octoberfest beer and stay for drinks and bites. I’d love to see some friends there. And invite your friends, and have them invite their friends. Sign up link is in my profile!