Outside Running

Originally the plan this morning was to drop K off at work, grab a coffee, and drive to Ikea. Instead, the plan turned into dropping K off at work, grabbing a coffee, and coming home. Since it was still relatively cool out (64,) and I still needed to do my…

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Tags and posts and words oh my!

Forming new habits are hard. There are probably all sorts of rules and tricks around forming new habits. A quick Google-search confirms this actually. Wow – everyone has opinions. I want writing to become a habit again. My originally hope was when I fired up my website again, that I…

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Meat Sweats

For over 20 years I was vegetarian. I started on a whim because a friend was and I thought it would be a good way to get healthy or lose weight. While I may have lost weight (from my heaviest to my lightest, I lost 105 pounds,) but that was…

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Lunchtime Walks

In October of 2017, I started going on lunchtime walks at work. At first it was to get away from whatever was happening at work and to be by myself. That solitude gave me time to be by myself and think. Plus I’ve always enjoyed having something that was mine.…

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Running

Nearly two and a half years ago, I started running. Again. The first time I started running was in April of 2006. I managed to keep it up until the end of June 2012; logging just shy of 4000 miles in that time. While never injuring myself significantly during that…

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Being A Nerd

One of the things about most social networks is how easy they are to post via a mobile device. Heck, Facebook didn’t even have an iPad app once upon a time ago. When I first started blogging, you had to visit the site to create content. There new mobile methods…

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A New Beginning

Years ago, August of 2000 in fact, I created a blog on LiveJournal. And I used it religiously for almost eight years. And then a time came and I stopped. I blame the rise of Facebook. Everyone was there, and that’s where my ramblings moved to. But then in May…

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