Monthly Archives: June 2016

Day 4 Week 1 – Our Understanding Of The World

6/30/2019 – 8 AM run, sunny & dry, 6 easy miles. One of the objectives of learning and growing is knowledge acquisition.  The more knowledge we gain the more our worldviews evolve.  Mark Twains’ quip illustrates this nicely, When I … Continue reading

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Day 3 Week 1 – The Bounce

6/29/16 – 8 AM run, sunny and pleasant, low humidity, 6 easy miles plus 4 striders. Part of my preparation to transition into the minimal shoes is running barefooted on grass field.  Yes, barefooted, you read it correctly. I have been slowly … Continue reading

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Day 2 Week 1 – Healthy Running

6/28/16 – 8 AM run, cloudy and dry, 6 easy miles The biggest shift for me this marathon training season is migrating to healthy running. What do I mean by healthy running?  Aren’t we all running for our health? “Healthy … Continue reading

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Day 1 Week 1 – First Day of Training

6/27/16 – 7 AM run, cool and dry, w/u 3 miles, 5 x 800m (3.16, 3.03, 3,21, 3.11, 3.30), c/d 2.5 miles, total 8 miles. My marathon training (20 weeks) started today.  No more off season, running in the woods, … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 26 Jun 2016

Sign of the times. Summer arrived  this week and, with it, my earlier daily run to avoid the heat.  This week was made even hotter figuratively speaking by Brexit, the referendum that voted to exit the European Union.  A historical moment … Continue reading

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OXOXOXOX . . .

  If you know me or by chance have read my previous posts, you know that I am not a big fan of hugs and kisses.  Not that I dislike them, but more of a awkwardness on my part due … Continue reading

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Urgency Addiction

TODAY ONLY GET IT WHILE LASTS FLASH SALES LIMITED TIME OFFER  etc. What’s with these ads?  They create a pseudo urgency –  Hurry, time is running out and if you don’t act now you will be missing out!  – and hope … Continue reading

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Setting Boundary

  Boundary, like the stripes in the middle of the traffic lanes, keeps things in order and moving.  Without boundary, things can get chaotic and ugly. Same is true with our relationships, setting boundary is a critical social skill that … Continue reading

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Big Data Applied?

  The internet contains abundant data, and it is growing by leaps and bounds.  With the aid of the search function/ engines, information at the finger tips is no longer a cliche but a reality. Moreover, business are eager to … Continue reading

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Brexit?

  A new word that kept popping up to my eyeballs while surfing the net lately.  Whether I am on Youtube, financial news, politics, etc.  It is ubiquitous and perks my interest. As it turns out, the word Brexit stands … Continue reading

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