Listen to the music of your life
Sarah picked up off-roading from Steve. Riding is built into the family DNA when your partner owns a company that, per the company website, helps clients “discover a rhythm of adventure in their own lives.”
Over time, off-roading has become grounding and spiritual for Sarah. As a creative person, she finds the beauty and design of nature inspiring. Being outdoors somewhere different and beautiful “is a great way to connect with your family,” she clarifies.
That’s one way that she likes to push further. But riding has also taught her to listen to the music of her life, she says. “Every day is full of little moments and decisions,” she explains. From the mundane to the hard moments, you can make a choice to be intentional and fully present — or not.
She embraces what she’s going through whether it’s positive or negative. Even when she’s “out in the middle of nowhere and with no access to things” as she describes some of her toughest challenges. “I love adventure and creativity,” she says, “and seeing how those things connect in my life and help me connect with other people.”