January 20, 2017Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

It was rainy today, so I decided to use my five-minute pomodoro breaks for push-ups and pull-ups.

My arms are getting a bit tired. 💪🏼

2016 in Review, Part 6 of 6

Plans for 2017!

January 01, 2017Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 5 of 6

Getting things done in 2016 and beyond.

December 31, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 4 of 6

Writing software for Olo and for open source.

December 30, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 3 of 6

Podcasting: Winning Slowly, New Rustacean, and more!

December 29, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 2 of 6

So. many. words. I had no idea how many words.

December 28, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Part 1 of 6

Running headfirst into a wall of pneumonia.

December 27, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source

2016 in Review, Introduction

Or: a ridiculous year summarized!

December 27, 2016Filed under Blog#2016-in-review#family#fitness#podcasting#productivity#software development#writingMarkdown source
July 23, 2016Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source
July 18, 2016Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

The day you accidentally run 20 miles, and then the day after…

pedometer data
pedometer data
July 17, 2016Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

I do not eat KFC often—but every year, on the day I take my longest run of the year, I eat KFC, and I am glad. This year, today was that day. I just ate KFC. I am glad.

July 17, 2016Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

I accidentally ran 20 miles instead of just 16 today. 😬 I am now profoundly uncomfortable in a number of surprising ways.

Run With Me!

A new (micro-)podcast (yes, I know I'm crazy)

April 11, 2016Filed under blog#design#fitness#podcastingMarkdown source
April 09, 2016Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

About to go for a run; there are 20mph winds right. Just like old times—I’ll be having flashbacks to running in Oklahoma (except with hills)!

February 20, 2016Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

First day of true spring weather. Time to get the bike out and take a ride. Tri training season, here we come!

How I Became a (Relatively) Quick Runner

Or: Heart Rate Monitors are the Best. Seriously.

November 22, 2015Filed under blog#fitnessMarkdown source

How I Became a Runner

Or: That Time I Got Mono and Couldn't Play Ultimate Anymore

October 12, 2015Filed under blog#fitnessMarkdown source
September 13, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

Ever since that 18-mile run earlier, I have been craving (and therefore drinking!) orange juice. Must be low on something or other.

September 13, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

I took an 18-mile run today—the longest of my life so far. If you’d told me a half decade ago that I’d not only be doing this kind of thing but also feeling great afterward, I probably wouldn’t have believed you. But here we are.

fleet once more

September 10, 2015Filed under art#fitness#poetryMarkdown source
September 08, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

A lovely rain storm started, so I thought I would take a run. Five minutes in, the rain stopped and then it was hot and sunny and muggy the rest of the time. Goodness.

September 06, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

I had forgotten both how good and how incredibly tired I feel after a hard fifteen mile run.

September 02, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

Tip for other runners out there: buy last year’s shoe model (on Ebay, Amazon, etc.). You’ll pay way less.

August 11, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

My ASICS Gel-Lyte33s lasted me over a thousand miles. The Gel-Lyte33 3s I got to replace them lasted less than 450 miles (more in line with normal expectations for running shoes). I wonder what changed between the models?

August 09, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

The uppers are coming off on both of my current pairs of ASICS running shoes. I guess it’s time to upgrade. $$$

July 01, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

Trying to decide whether the kind of “not good” I’m feeling today is the kind that will get better or worse with exercise.

June 03, 2015Filed under micro#fitnessMarkdown source

I officially understand why people like triathlons. Cycling after running is just fine. Running after cycling is amazing.

The Long Race

May 24, 2014Filed under blog#family#fitness#software developmentMarkdown source