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At the beginning of April, I embarked on two (2) virtual walks. The first is sponsored by my employer and is called “The Big 1” and described as “The Big 1 takes you on a coastal voyage from Laguna Beach … Continue reading
This year for Mother’s Day my kids bought me a Fitbit Flex. I got it setup late last week and have gradually increased my walking, both at home during the evenings and at work over part of my lunch hour. … Continue reading
http://www.businessinsider.com/18-ways-your-office-job-is-destroying-your-body-2013-2?op=1 Things I already know … work is bad for my health. My number one gripe, aside from the normal work gripes, is over-illumination. If I could work in the dark, I’d be happier and healthier.
For A Long And Healthy Life, It Matters Where You Live http://www.npr.org/blogs/health/2013/07/18/203323782/for-a-longer-healthier-life-it-matters-where-you-live Maybe Texas isn’t the best place to retire.
For the first time in nearly a month, Apollo and I took a pleasant evening stroll around our neighborhood. I didn’t get much exercise, as I became easily distracted by all the beautiful blooming spring flowers and trees. The temperature … Continue reading
The Value of Prevention… and the Question of Responsibility http://www.lemodesittjr.com/2013/05/31/the-value-of-prevention-and-the-question-of-responsibility/ Another great thought-provoking blog post from one of my favorite authors.
For over 2,500 years in our Western civilization, October has been known as the tenth month of the year and the iconic symbol of Autumn in the Northern Hemisphere. Originally, though, the Romans had only ten months in their calendar; … Continue reading
I backburnered my walking routine as the mercury topped triple digits the last week of June. I just can’t submit Apollo, who is mostly black in color, to early evening walks, with the sun still beating down, making the asphalt … Continue reading
I donated whole blood today. I have been unable to donate for nearly two decades, due to chronic anemia. The last time I attempted (and failed to meet the minimum iron level) was either the immediately following the Andover tornado … Continue reading