We have amazing, fantastic, big-time news – some frexciting* changes are taking place here at Whole9. What’s the word?
After months of planning, Dallas and I have both decided to leave our 9-5 day jobs, so we can take the Whole9 full time.
We’ve been gearing up for this huge life change, laying out the practical details of our upcoming job-less-ness (scary!) and making plans to grow and develop the Whole9 (fun!). We finally pulled the trigger and gave our notice, and as of April 1st, we’re both free and clear of our respective work-jails* and 100% devoted to the blog, our personal consulting clients, our workshops and the community. FREXCITING.(*As our good friend Melicious would say.)
Dallas has actually been done at the hospital for a week now – he’s spending time in BC with family until Friday, but will be back next week drafting articles for the blog, coaching private clients and fixing broken CrossFitters with his PT magic. I’ll be wrapped up at my job by April 1st, and then for both of us… it’s all 9, all the time. As part of these plans, we’ve decided to have a little adventure – eight weeks on the road, seeing the country and conducting a whole series of workshops. The plan is to hit all four corners of the continental US, including a well-earned vacation in the Keys with Captain Tom (and a special guest appearance by Canada!). We’ve got the first month and a half pretty well booked, and we’ll play the last half of the trip by ear before we return to New England sometime in July. (We’ve also just booked a series of Toronto workshops – not part of the road trip, but details to follow!)
Click on the Road Trip Map below to see where we’re headed – we’ll keep it updated as we add new destinations. (We’re planning to book a few more workshops along our path, both during the week and on the few weekends we still have open.) Coming to a town near you? Check our sidebar for registration information, or email us for details.
Stay tuned in the coming months, because we’ve got big, big plans for the site, the community, our workshops, our clients. And thank you to all for the support and encouragement – because, of course, we could not do this without you.