Reading and Contemplating

March 2, 2018 admin 0

I started reading a book called Why Buddhism is True. It is written by Robert Wright, an evolutionary psychologist, who aims to disseminate his thoughts […]

Learning Not to Panic

February 27, 2018 admin 0

My ankle was so sore yesterday. Because it was so cold and rainy on Sunday, I spent extra time doing OT listening and balance exercises, […]

The 2018 Winter Olympics

February 17, 2018 admin 0

I’ve been watching more of the winter Olympic Games than I normally do. The sports contested in the summer games are more appealing to me, […]

Valentine’s Day 2018

February 14, 2018 admin 0

Today is Valentine’s Day. Historically, Ben and I have never really bought into the commercial side of Valentine’s Day. It’s mostly a holiday contrived to […]

The Blue Devil Absolved

February 7, 2018 admin 0

It’s interesting how an experience can make a lot more sense or take on a vastly different interpretation or emotional reaction once it’s over. For […]

Sympathy Pains

January 15, 2018 admin 0

It’s always disappointing when you are operating under the farce that it’s Saturday when it’s actually already Sunday. I’m so robotic in nature and keyed […]

Keeping My Chin Up

January 7, 2018 admin 0

I feel a sense of guilt that I don’t miss working in episodes of my podcast. The Chin-Up Podcast was short-lived, lasting around four months, […]

2017 Reflections

December 31, 2017 admin 0

It’s the last day of 2017. Despite personal and more global challenges, it’s been a great year overall. While every day brings about a whole […]

The Turkey Trot

November 27, 2017 admin 0

For the first time in my life, I ran in a Turkey Trot race on Thanksgiving. In terms of number of participants, Thanksgiving is actually […]

Challenge Weighted Vest

November 21, 2017 admin 0

The Fitness and Nutrition Expo at IDEA World exposed me to many new brands paving the way with cutting-edge products and services. I’m less actively […]