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In the language of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP), “emotion is created by motion” ties movement to one’s emotional state. Meaning change the way you move will change the way you feel. While not a student of NLP, I do practice the … Continue reading
Each day I wake up, there are things waiting for me to do. Not different from most people, I suppose. What differs on my to-do list from most others, I surmise, are my marathon training, retirement transition, and blogging. This … Continue reading
“Running With Buddha” as mentioned in the “About” page is my training journal for marathon races I enter each year (Wineglass Marathon in Oct 2015 will be my 16th marathon). In addition to running and marathon training, it covers … Continue reading
Don’t think I am burnt out or fatigued. But my legs just did not want to go this morning. No. No way. Not even for the 4 miles easy. So, after some lunge warm up, I got on a treadmill, set … Continue reading
Slept through my alarm clock this morning (rarely happens.) Guess I was pretty tired. By the time when I got to the C&O Canal Tow Path, our usual parking lot was full (again rarely happens). I ended up parking in a … Continue reading
Tomorrow could become one of the top five snowiest March days in the history of Washington, D.C., according to the National Weather Service (source: accuweather.com). Currently tied for fourth place on that list is March 7, 1941, and March 15, 1900, … Continue reading
Especially, free stream of conscious writing. It is like meditation on paper. Dump everything, and I mean everything, thoughts, ideas, worries, news, everything, on paper. Cleansing the mind, if you will. No inhibition, no worry, just write. Keep writing. Capture … Continue reading
Major Snowstorm to Hit DC, ACCUMULATIONS…6 to 10 inches according to the National Weather Service. Nuff said.