Tag Archives: healthy-living

Week In Review – 8 Dec 2019

Even though the 80-20 rule says 80 percent of the results are accomplished by the 20 percent of the resources, still the last 20% has to be executed for the task to be complete.  It stands to reason why the … Continue reading

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Virtual Sanctuary

  After an all day sightseeing, my wife, my son, and myself are recuperating.  Each in our own spaces, engaged in some forms of electronic media activities. Even though we are in the same space, our minds are far apart … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Nov 2019

While running, leaves are fallen on, around, and underneath me.   Signs of autumn tug hard on my reflective nerve.  Whether it’s the natural order of things or their hidden wholenss, closer examinations reveal deeper connections. Insights as such help to … Continue reading

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Air Quality Alert

  The California wildfire that is raging in Sonoma County has burnt 10,000 acres and forced 1,700 people to evacuate their homes. Yeah, it’s too bad and so sad.  Glad that is on the other coast. Right? Think again. According … Continue reading

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Adding Intensity Back

  Erie Marathon has been in my rear-view mirror for over six weeks.  And I am finally adding intensity back into my running.  Why? Not that I have a race coming up.  The addition has more to do with me … Continue reading

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Off-season Should Be Pain-free

  Training can be stressful. Pains due to strain, overuse, or worst, injury, all self induced, are common symptoms associated with any kinds of physical training. After all, isn’t it the price of admission for pushing the envelopes? And most … Continue reading

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Mindful Living

  “A mind is a terrible thing to waste,” says the United Negro College Fund.  A slogan I not only agree with but would add, a mind is a hard thing to discipline.  You see, even though, the mind can’t … Continue reading

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No Place Like Home

  At home, we are at peace.  We know where everything is.  We set it up that way so our routines find their bases. We can be ourselves. No pretense. No excuse.  In a world of push & pull, there … Continue reading

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Aspiration?

Is your dream dead? Are you caught up in making a living and ended up abandoning your dream? These are the questions that I ask of myself.  A self pep talk I do almost annually after my marathon. Other than … Continue reading

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Compassion Is Non-judgmental

I bite my tongue and swallow my frustration.  For the umpteenth time, I had to explain where we are to my aunt, who has a slight case of dementia.  Surely she would forget as quickly as the words leave my … Continue reading

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