Cheers to a boy who didn’t know any better.
Cheers to a man who didn’t let a little thing like reality stand in his way.
Cheers to a self-taught musician whose creativity and skill is the stuff of legend.
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One particularly hot September afternoon when my daughter was in the fourth grade, she invited a few friends to enjoy an after-school swim in our pool. They entered the house filled with laughter and excitement and rushed upstairs to change into thei... Read more
During the 2008 Summer Olympics, we heard countless inspirational stories about the athletes who were there to compete. Every competitor was special and had an inspiring story of the determination, setbacks, and hard work that got them there. But I c... Read more
Every year, thousands of people set New Year’s resolutions to stop doing things: Stop eating fried foods. Stop watching TV. Stop drinking so much soda. But, really, how long do they stick? When your resolutions aren’t enjoyable and only f... Read more
Every year, thousands of people set New Year’s resolutions to stop doing things: Stop eating fried foods. Stop watching TV. Stop drinking so much beer. But, really, how long do they stick? When your resolutions aren’t enjoyable and only f... Read more
I'm wondering how much is enough... how much is too much? I am doing this C210K app on my phone. Have been doing that for over a month now and I can now sufficiently slog 3.2 miles. It's a horrible pace @ 12+ mins per mile but I digress. So I just jo... Read more
so I just started my journey on sunday so this is day 6. I doing 35 minute walks every night for 1.7 miles around a local park. Just curious if that is a good start. For the week I am at 10.8 miles walked since I walked it twice on sunday. Oh and I... Read more
I'm one of those people who typically eats a PowerBar (or similar product) as I'm heading out the door for a run. They are pretty sticky and chewy, so I'll wash it down with some water and go. I never thought about the impact that could be having o... Read more
What would it take to burn off a heaping plate of Nachos?To burn it off, you’ll have to: Walk for 5 hours and 40 minutes at a moderate pace. Climb stairs for 3 hours and 4 minutes. Ballroom dance for 8 hours and 7 minutes.... Read more
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