What I train for
Ladies and gentlemen. The moment you have all been waiting for.
May 26th, 2020 is here. It is opening week for the fitness community and as of today, gyms are officially reopening their doors.
*the crowd goes wild*
Books + Responsibility
I tend to dive deep into certain genres or topics when it comes to my reading and listening habits.
Whether we are locked down or not, I will eat up books and podcasts ranging from the nerdiest clinical and
And other things
Okay I have to tell you something.
I almost forgot to add the maple syrup to this recipe. We all eat batter, right? If you tell me you haven't licked the spoon after any cookie, brownie, or cake you've
Jerry wants to talk about those things that make us feel comfy cozy. And take a second to say blessed day I see sunshine FINALLY. Don't worry, it won't last. Cool Ohio.
Comfort food, movies, books and music that remind us
Constructing my plate
It's May 11th and about 42 degrees outside.
But in warmer news, I went to Cleveland last Thursday and saw my parents, brother, sister, brother in law, and JOE for the first time in weeks and weeks and weeks.
Positive and negative boredom
What's the difference between a successful athlete, businessperson, or the friend who lost those final few pounds, and the rest of us?
They grew to accept and love boredom.
Stay with me here. In Chapter 9 of Atomic Habits (highly
Adapting and thriving in Chaos
I have three rooms. Give or take.
The living room area. For living. The kitchen. Which is about the size of your average walk in closet. Bedroom/bathroom. Duh. And the dining room area. Which has become part
Made. With. Healthy, keto-friendly CEREAL.
Listen, cereal might be one of the best creations on the planet. We all love it. And if you don't you're lying. Find me the person who disagrees with me and I'll be sure to slap
Well that's a loaded term.
You want it. In many regards you can't have it. If having control is on one end of the spectrum, then having zero control, living in chaos, is on the other. How often are we leaning
Hour by hour
Minute by minute.
I'm pretty solid at filling my day. Writing, cleaning, working out, cooking. I know that my routine, however small, helps keep structure to my day and keeps me sane. I've spent time lately thinking about and