About this episode

Mirna Valerio is a mom, all-round outdoor enthusiast, teacher, diversity practitioner, author, and trained opera singer living in Vermont. You may recognize her social media handle The Mirnavator.

In this episode we talked about:

  • Mirna’s introduction to sports in high school
  • growing up as a high level musician
  • how health scares led her back into running
  • her affinity to the great outdoors
  • the love of the trails and the community
  • type 2 fun
  • ultra running for happiness
  • influencing
  • traveling
  • a day in Mirna’s life
  • anxiety and overwhelm
  • go, go, go vs saying no
  • performing while being an introvert
  • taking up space and belonging
  • keep showing up
  • Mirna’s core values: joy, adventure, community, learning, and inclusion
  • seasons of life and identity

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