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Countdown To The Big RaceErie MarathonSeptember 9th, 20184 months to go.
Saying good bye is hard, especially when one is leaving the paradise. Yesterday my month long visit to Oahu, Hawaii came to an end. With a sad heart, I bid the island “aloha,” The visit has opened my eyes to … Continue reading
Emotion like an untamed animal roams through our lives, if unchecked. It can tear our facade, ignite our feeling, and hasten our action. In its purest form, emotion is electric charge travel through our nerves. Like an electric storm, … Continue reading
SAD stands for seasonal affective disorder (commonly known as the winter blues). This winter, I have gained weight. Especially on the heel of the marathon in November, the increase is dramatic and astronomical. I could rationalize that the added layer … Continue reading
Psychological wounds are injuries to our mental health like rejection, criticism, and failure. They are common in our day-to-day experience but are not necessarily well handled according to Dr. Guy Winch, a licensed psychologist. Sure, as kids, we heard the … Continue reading
4 mile tempo run, 2 mile warm up and 2 mile cool down. In this base running phase of the marathon training, my goal is to build up my running volume. Last week I totaled 33 miles, this week 37 … Continue reading
Ran 5 easy miles (average pace 9:40) + 4 strides As stated in part 1, our feelings is fluid and needs calibration to be productive. Left alone and unchecked, these feelings can quickly turn reckless. Learning to channel them, whether … Continue reading
According to Professor Howard Gardner, intelligence is : the ability to create an effective product or offer a service that is valued in a culture, a set of skills that make it possible for a person to solve problems in … Continue reading
Can you see clearly? By lens, I don’t mean spectacles. Allow me to explain. First, let’s try this quiz: “We are a nation of immigrants” – is that good? is that bad? or neither? The answer depends on your “lens”. … Continue reading
Family members look out for one another. Regardless if they are physically apart or together. Quality time and laughter they shared. Last a lifetime as long as they cared. So, treasure those family time that matter.