Tag Archives: healthy-living

On Finding Balance

  There is drought and there is flood.  Both involves water but in extremes. The peaks and valleys are not so different from anger and fear in our basic emotions. And these extremes can cause tremendous stresses even when one … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 1 Aug 2021

Say hello to August.  With all the record hot temperatures we’ve been having (in the Norther Hemisphere), I hope the hottest day is behind us already.  A cooler temperature may lessen the wildfires on the west, and for me, offers … Continue reading

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Vaccine Mandate Debate

  Last week the US gained over 500K new cases of the Coronavirus, the largest increase  (a 131-percent increase compared with the week prior) in the world, according to the World Health Organization. This increase although alarming raises the question … Continue reading

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A Courageous Act

  When Simone Biles withdrew from her individual all-around gymnastics competition at Tokyo Olympics yesterday, it shocked the world. She is the reigning champion and an Olympic Gold Medalist. A superstar and the “face of the Games.” But her decision … Continue reading

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More Fires & Floods

  The weather disaster headlines today are concerning:  “The largest wildfire in the US is only 7% contained,” reads the CNN and “Europe floods: At least 120 dead and hundreds unaccounted for,” the BBC.  Are these the writings on the … Continue reading

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To Make Or To Buy?

  Making America competitive is not only a goal but a necessity.  China is raring to catch us and replace our position in the world as a major national power.  So what do we need to do to be competitive?  … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 2 May 2021

It is May, already. Yes May 2021.  And the Coronavirus pandemic is still ravaging around the world (see cases below).  Chances are it will be with us for the foreseeable future. So, is there a race for me this year? … Continue reading

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Race Goal For 2021

  In case you haven’t noticed, my blog’s “Countdown To The Big Race” has been updated with the Virtual Boston Marathon on 8 – 10 Oct 2021. No. No. Not that I have signed up for the virtual race, some … Continue reading

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What’s With The Weather & Food Security

  If you’re in Washington DC today, a t-shirt and shorts are all you need. Yes, the temperature in the nation’s capital is hitting above 80 degree Fahrenheit today. In fact, it is warmer here in DC than in Hawaii.  … Continue reading

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Dead-Time Zone

  Ever experience a zero productivity time period?  When nothing gets accomplished except the time marches on?  And afterwards you feel as if you woke up from a twilight zone?  It’s what I called a dead-time zone. For me that … Continue reading

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