I talk about a lot of stuff. Here, you’ll find episodes of my podcasts, fitness and mindfulness tips, pop culture commentary, and even web development and design stuff. It may seem all over the place, but it’s all rooted in one thing: being happy and loving what you do.
geektogeekcast – Our Favorite Documentaries and Non-Fiction – “I never had a book that changed my life before”
Beej watches a lot of documentaries and has lots of recommendations. Lots and lots. From tech to food to fitness to memoir and personal stories.
Chanting and using a mantra while meditating or doing yoga has never been my thing, But right now, finding one that works for me has been a blessing.
Breath of the Wild is so good I couldn’t stop playing it. Between work & Zelda, my time was taken completely up. I didn’t exercise as much as I should have
It is a sad fact that most people gain back most of the weight they lose within a 5-year period. But it’s possible to avoid falling into that trap.
I made a lot of progress on a lot of fronts, from gaming to fitness to finishing out some freelance contracts. Forward momentum feels good, you know?
This week has been cray cray, but that doesn’t mean I haven’t been able to chase some dragons, fight an intergalactic war, and even write a new book.
This week’s #FitGeekFriday covers a bunch of cool stuff! Darksiders II, running a 5k, proactive anxiety counseling, and the Side Hustle School podcast!
I did the Stronglifts 5×5 program a few years back, and I loved it. Really loved it. I gained strength megafast, and I truly felt like a superhero doing it.
A couple years back back, I did something called #FitGeekFriday. So I am reviving that into a fitnessy, mindful, hodge-podge of cool stuff I’ve found.
I appeared on the super-awesome Dumbbells and Dragons podcast this week, and I wanted to make sure that all of you who aren’t regular listeners of his get a chance to hear it.
Stress and negativity is everywhere in today’s political climate, but here are some strategies for self-care to keep you healthy and sane.
Starting back running after injury or being sick is hard. Take it easy, start slow, and if you feel like you’re pushing yourself too hard…you probably are