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It would have been a good day for anything else. I could have spent the day ticking off the endless overwhelming tasks of the self-employed. Or considering we’re eight months into the pandemic; it would have been a good day … Continue reading
I’m doing this big thing tomorrow! Well, it’s quite a bit smaller than the REALLY BIG thing I want to do. I suppose it’ll take about as long as my Ironman Triathlon I did in 2015, and that’s a big … Continue reading
In the first weeks of the COVID pandemic our household lost 4 part time jobs. Our fledgling family business, Zest Ed gave us purpose while we were adrift and gives us hope going forward. Many of us who do the … Continue reading
I have a long and complicated relationship with running. I grew up a fish, swimming before I could walk, and winning fists of ribbons by ‘91. My running coach dad convinced me to run because he said Janet Evens (‘88 and … Continue reading
Life feels complicated and the world is going to hell in a handbasket. It’s so easy to despair. Why does camping make me feel better?
Winter camping doesn’t need to be ambitious to be adventurous. Our trips are all 3 to 4 nights and are never very far from civilization. Yet we’ve had seven memorable years of winter shenanigans. In all these previous years we … Continue reading
Moving is like eating. Regardless of conscious choice, you will do both of these things. So the only question is what will be the quality of your eating and moving life? I think we can all agree… Eating only processed … Continue reading
“If I can’t _______ then it’s not worth it.” Is one of the biggest pitfalls in sustaining a long athletic life. It could be a certain pace, distance, weight, or time. But the thought is that if it’s not a … Continue reading
I get drooly just thinking about this meal we ate for a week. Looking for something else, I stumbled upon this NYTimes Mark Bittman recipe. I’m so glad I did. It’s so simple and easy. I made a some changes and … Continue reading