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POTD – 33/365

Seems to be a trend, especially in music production social media circles, that you see plants among tech. Interesting. I think it an attempt to bring the starkness of tech to the organics of life… maybe to add an atmosphere … Continue reading

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POTD – 32/365

Keeping a diary, or journaling (as it is now called) is age-old. I decided to try and start two years ago, January, right before my dad passed. There are many merits to journaling (so many references on the net that … Continue reading

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POTD – 31/365

“The name is Jupiter, from the galaxy I came to meet you, to make you free Deliver to you a flower from A distant planet, from where I come” Jupiter – Earth, Wind & Fire – from the album “All … Continue reading

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POTD – 30/365

What project from Tears For Fears does this photo remind you of? I took it in NC a few years ago.

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POTD – 29/365

‘Snow use….

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POTD – 28/365

My spot for outdoor runs. Yesterday I just walked for 1.5 miles, then caught the sky ablaze.

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POTD – 27/365

Have you ever heard the term “hangry”? I get like that sometimes…. 🤣🤣🤣 Sunday is weekly meal time. Sources are from a 8 year old magazine and the newer, most excellent book by Kevin Curry, @fitmencook !! You better come … Continue reading

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POTD – 26 /365

….the best medicine.

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POTD – 25/365

Staying in the lane of training (the brain). Movement•Recovery•Sleep•Nutrition•Mindset These are five facets of training defined by Nike and are the five aspects that lie at the root of their latest podcast, “Training”. We’ve all tried exercising, whether it be … Continue reading

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POTD – 24/365

When you workout regularly, you stop looking at this as food and start looking at it like fuel. I’m glad my mother taught me how to cook before I left for college, but now approach to cooking is so different … Continue reading

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