Category Archives: time management

Important vs Urgent

Googled the definition of “important,” and you will get “of great significance or value”  And do the same for “urgent,” and Google returns “requiring immediate action or attention.” Whatever is important to us, we act on it because the perceived … Continue reading

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Make Time For It

  If “it” is something important to us, make time for it.  Otherwise, we are either cheating ourselves (i.e. the said important thing is really not) or poor manager of our time. Time is the great equalizer.  We all have … Continue reading

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One Day At A Time

As the clock ticking closer to 31 December, I see more reviews on the year 2017.  No doubt, it has been an eventful year and nice to have a bow-tie neatly wrapped around this past twelve months.  Feels like a … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 3 Dec 2017

Three weeks after my Harrisburg marathon, and I couldn’t have felt better.  Doing very little running as I am intentionally slow in my transition.  Slow because I want to reconnect with non-running activities such as blogging, practicing yoga, reading, and preparing … Continue reading

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Too Busy For What?

A common complaint about life is that it is too busy. Inquire further, what is too busy?  Too busy in making a living?  Too busy to exercise?  Too busy watching television? Etc. There are many kinds of time usage as … Continue reading

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Daily Yoga Practice

With the Harrisburg Marathon now over, so is my marathon training.  The fitness level I achieved from the 20 weeks of marathon training still remains.  My weight, blood pressure, and cardio capacity are relatively decent. Naturally, I want to transition … Continue reading

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Reblog: Gratitude Practice

What a nice idea.  Elysha gives concrete examples of how she uses the gratitude practice in her life to keep herself grounded and to cope with challenging situations.  It is an useful tip that everyone can use.  Don’t forget to practice. … Continue reading

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Day 4 Week 20 – Taper Transition

3 mile easy, cloudy, 51 degree Fahrenheit It was one of those Seattle-like days here in Washington, D.C.  Gray and cloudy sky.  Drizzling all day.  Not a day for sunbathing that’s for sure. I did manage to catch a break … Continue reading

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Day 3 Week 20 – Marathon Taper Progress

4 mile easy, 47 degree Fahrenheit During today’s 4 mile easy run, my legs feel good.  No aches nor pain.  I have been waiting for this day.  With 4 days to go, it is finally happening.  Also a sign that … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 19 – “Groundhog Day” In Real Life

Rest/ Off day. Ever watch the movie, “Groundhog Day” where the main character wakes up everyday to the same day?  That’s sorta how I feel.  Here I am.  Being 9 days away from the Harrisburg marathon, this is the last … Continue reading

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