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Dry January – Done!

Read about my Dry January 2020 here. Side note, I find it annoying to keep reading/typing “Dry January” so henceforth it is abbreviated to DJ. Week 1 Recap can be found here, week 2 here, and week 3 here! Alright! So January is one of those months with 31 days, and to be honest, I’m […]

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Dry January – Week 3 Recap

Read about my Dry January 2020 here. Side note, I find it annoying to keep reading/typing “Dry January” so henceforth it is abbreviated to DJ. Week 1 Recap can be found here, and week 2 here. So it’s officially been over 21 days with no alcohol, and that’s just sort of crazy to wrap my […]

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Oops, I did it again!

…signed up for ANOTHER half marathon that is! January 2020, I decided I wanted to try and tackle a half marathon, because I’ve never really been a runner (or any sort of endurance athlete for that matter), and I wanted to see if I could do it. Well, fast forward a bit through good old […]

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Product Review – The Peloton Tread+

Peloton made a name for itself with their bike (read my review of the bike here); however, their treadmill experience is equally as awesome. Check them out here if you are interested! Background:I have historically never categorized myself as one to enjoy cardio, and certainly never a “runner” by any stretch of the imagination; however, […]

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Dry January – Week 2 Recap

Read about my Dry January 2020 here. Side note, I find it annoying to keep reading/typing “Dry January” so henceforth it is abbreviated to DJ. Week 1 Recap can be found here. Having rounded the halfway point (almost) and it’s honestly a little hard for me to believe that I have made it a full […]

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Dry January – Week 1 Recap

#newyearnewme…amiright? No, but in all seriousness, I do truly want to make a serious go of “Dry January” for 2021. I did well in 2020, but didn’t finish my month completely free of alcohol (read about it here). I wanted to chronicle the 2021 efforts a bit more, so here we are. Side note, I […]

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Blossoming Blog

I decided early in 2020 that I wanted to be better about maintaining my blog and writing more. I set out to be more diligent and consistent in my practices, and ended up posting 224 times in 2020!? Even I am surprised by that number! Here are some of my takeaways thus far:1. It’s as […]

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The Work Behind the Wins

I am certain we have all had moments in life where we have compared ourselves to other people. I know certainly that I have compared, felt envious, jealous, or thought “I wish I was so lucky”. As of late, I have felt more and more grounded in my own actions, and accomplishments, and with that […]

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Conscious Spending – Starting 2021 HOT

Previously I wrote about my goals for 2021, and I have written many times about the various challenges, implementations and goals that have helped me to be better. This is no different, and I hope you’ll find your way through some of my other posts to read about my various experiments! I like to watch […]

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December 2020 Goal Recap

I figured I should round out and recap this month’s goal post, since I haveĀ  whole “2021 goal post” that will be coming anyway. Money – – I did well and kept my holiday spending in check. I bought some gifts for the people in my life who matter most, but didn’t go overboard, as […]

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