Category Archives: blogging

Week In Review – 17 May 2020

Covid-19 disrupts our lives. Thus far this year and in the foreseeable future.  But no need to fear this pandemic. From a macro perspective, hurricane, automobile, and computer also have disrupted our lives.  But we adapt and move on, eventually. … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, blogging, life, social media | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Week In Review – 26 Apr 2020

Seems what our country needs in the midst of this COVID-19 outbreak are inspiration and leadership. But strange enough, both are hard to come by. Certainly not from our political leaders – not Messrs Trump, Biden, McConnell, nor Speaker Pelosi. … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, blogging, inequality, inspiration, life | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Who Is That Masked Man?

  Uh, that would be me. The social distancing order has been updated to require wearing  mask in public gathering places like groceries stores and mass transits. This change has not come easy for me.  Only a couple of weeks … Continue reading

Posted in blogging, humor, social | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

“1,858” – What Does It Mean?

  That is the number of Americans died yesterday from the COVID-19.  Yes, in one day. I have been staring at that number and trying to grasp its sheer magnitude. 1-8-5-8 (One thousand eight hundred and fifty-eight). The number may … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, big data, blogging, relationship, social | Tagged , , | 2 Comments

United States Under Siege?

  Confirmed Cases of Coronavirus (COVID-19), 6 Apr 2020, Source: NYTimes This week is “going to be the hardest moment for many Americans in their entire lives,” said US Surgeon General Jerome Adams, and “if we want to flatten that … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, big data, blogging, leadership, social media | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Staying Home Order

  An eerie quietness drapes over the day.  Streets are empty.  People deserted.  Where did everyone go?  The answer: staying at home.  Washington DC along with the two neighboring states (Maryland & Virginia) is under a shutdown order, effective yesterday. … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, blogging, health, social, transition | Tagged , , | 5 Comments

Week In Review – 29 Mar 2020

  Above, is an update on the COVID-19 outbreak as of this morning (The New York Times is offering it as a public service by tracking these data and making them available for free). The US has the dubious title … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, big data, blogging, social, social media | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

Week In Review – 22 Mar 2020

With social distancing, one challenge is the outlets that people frequent are no longer available to them.  Places such as movie theaters, restaurants, churches, libraries, etc. are all closed, thanks to the COVID-19.  What can folks do to keep their … Continue reading

Posted in big data, blogging, health, leadership, life, social, time management, value | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Week In Review – 8 Mar 2020

 Daylight saving time begins today.  If forgotten, you will find yourself late on things today.  By taking the advantage of daylight, we can perhaps face the COVID-19 disease smarter than what the US government has been doing. Speaking of which, … Continue reading

Posted in awareness, blogging, health, leadership, social media, Uncategorized | Tagged , , , , | Leave a comment

Unspoken Benefits of My Blogging

  “Creating space to express how I feel” is an unspoken benefit of my blogging. Although the expressed purpose of this blog is a training journal for my marathon, I blog year round. And 20 weeks worth are focused on … Continue reading

Posted in blogging, life, relationship, social, social media | Tagged , , , | Leave a comment