Welcome to Airplanes & Treadmills, my name is Janelle. This blog is all about the randomness of my life, adventures in working out, and traveling the globe. I love God, family, friends, running, yoga, teaching, all things Texas, traveling, reading, and so much more (you’ll have to read to blog to see what else:).
Currently, I am a middle school physical education teacher in a small Washington State town. Along with working full-time I am pursuing my M.A. in Wellness and Lifestyle Management from Rowan University. I am absolutely loving my graduate program. Upon graduating my dream is to work as a community wellness coordinator either for a city or a sports team.
My husband, Kyle, and I have been married for almost three years. We started our marriage off with a year living in China. We lived in Kunshan, China and taught at the local international school. It was a year full of adventures, amazing memoreis, and exploring foreign lands We had an unforgettable time but we were beyond grateful to get to move back to North America.
Currently, we live in British Columbia, Canada. We have called BC home since the summer of 2012 and plan to be settled here for a while. Kyle teaches also teaches physical education, only he teaches at a private school in B.C.
Walla Walla University, Graduation, June 2011. We both graduated with our B.S. in Physical Education.
I have never been much of a writer but after half a year of blogging about our adventures in China, I feel in love with blogging and I decided I wanted to create a blog so I could continue blogging once we moved back home. Over the past 5+ years my life has been changed through fitness and I want to share it with anyone who will listen. So it did not take long to decide on a topic, fitness & traveling, two of my deepest passions! Since, I started the blog it has changed my life and has been an incredibly rewarding experience. I pray that I can continue to blog about what makes me happy and hopefully motivate a reader here and there to start living a healthier life!
Snorkeling off the Napali Coast during our Hawaiian Honeymoon