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Burned Out After Work? Do The Hardest Thing You Can Think Of

If you’re burned out after work, probably the hardest thing to do is exercise. You just feel so exhausted or bored or depressed, or any combination of the three, maybe to the point you perversely almost don’t want to feel … Continue reading

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Time Is A Funny Old Thing

Time is nature’s way of keeping everything from happening at once – Woody Allen The British have a saying I love: “The world is a funny old thing” or I thought they did. Just looked it up on Wikipedia and … Continue reading

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The Wall And I

You may have figured out that the primary goal of this site is to get you past the wall that separates your intent to exercise from actually exercising. That’s what changed my life way more than I could have ever … Continue reading

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Attitude Triggers, Motivation, and Exercise

I’m a computer programmer, and from time to time I’ll get stuck on some problem where I have trouble even trying to figure out what it is I’m trying to do. I sit there and dither, feeling generally anxious and … Continue reading

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Euphoria

Without looking at a dictionary first, I’m going to tell you my definition of Euphoria. Euphoria is having a feeling of perfect well-being. Awareness of life’s problems varies from none at all to knowing about them but not caring because … Continue reading

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