Category Archives: transition

Day 1 Week 7 – Me & The Natural Order

Rest/ Off day, no running “Do what’s appropriate,” or something similar, is a Chinese saying I have heard. Meaning as we march through life, there is a natural order of things that we fit in.  Knowing what to do and … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 23 Jul 2017

Total 39 miles this week. It has been 4 weeks since I started my marathon training.  Most of the runs up to now have been at easy pace – easing into the higher running volume while building my aerobic threshold. … Continue reading

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Day 6 Week 4 – A New Beginning

11 easy miles, in sandals. Tried out the thicker sandals on the C&O Canal Towpath today and the sandals handled well. These sandals have 10 mm soles, almost double the thickness from my previous pair.   I will be wearing … Continue reading

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Day 5 Week 4 – The Digital Economy

  Rest Day, no running. Using the internet as a global platform, digital economy was introduced less than two decades ago.  Now companies like Apple, Alphabet, Microsoft, Amazon, and Facebook  are household names.  They represent the top 5 players in … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 2 Jul 2017

This week was the first of my 20 week marathon training.  As in the past, the first 13 weeks of my training are the base running phase followed by a 4-week marathon specific training and a 3-week taper. What different … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 18 Jun 2017

Happy Father’s Day! Relationship is an ever challenging homework in this journey of life. Whenever our role shifts, so do our perspective and responsibility.  In transitioning, useful to look our relationship between the individual self and the external environment. The … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 28 May 2017

Lots of introspection this week.  In a way it’s part of my detox from the political news and part of the children coming home from end of school.  And a third part due to a recent meditation workshop I attended … Continue reading

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What’s New & Interesting?

Even though routines can provide a degree of familiarity and comfort, the sameness after awhile becomes flat.  Boredom sets in. And motivation wanes.  At least that’s how I perceive the current state of affair in Washington. Hence, the question what’s … Continue reading

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How To Say Goodbye Gracefully

“The End” maybe to the point but a bit abrupt.  Would not recommend it if graceful exit is the end goal.  Imagine someone sneezed, and you were gone. Couldn’t wait to leave? Instead, plan ahead, be positive and be brief. … Continue reading

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Inertia

Change is a popular topic of discussions as many folks look for change to their circumstances.  That’s how we got weight watchers, alcohol anonymous, and Donald Trump, among other things. Inertia, the flip side of change, however is less talked … Continue reading

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