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What I’ve Learned About Midlife … So Far

This has been a story that’s been (again) simmering in me for a while. Although I’ve shared it with close friends over the last year, I haven’t done so publicly. I’m doing so today because many others I’ve talked with have shared the same or similar experiences (hitting 40 and going through midlife transitions) and […]

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Running Is Really Wrestling

Running isn’t running. It’s wrestling demons. I’ve done around 15 interval runs now for about 30 minutes each time and when I’m out on a run … there’s always a battle ragging inside me. It’s always a test, a challenge to conquer things inside me. And most of all, to learn and grow through tough […]

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TRL Episode 2: That Time You Wanted to Be a Bartender

After recording Episode 1 with about 4 hours notice of This Ridiculous Life podcast, we got on a roll and did another last night. Episode 2, titled by Lindsey, and you’ll learn why, is “That Time You Wanted to Be a Bartender.” We continue talking about our physical health journey together and how we divide up responsibilities. […]

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This Ridiculous Life Podcast: Episode 1

My wife Lindsey and I usually come up with some often crazy ideas … and often try them out. Yesterday, we talked about doing a podcast about our lives and the successes and struggles that come with it, from work/career to parenthood to health and everything in between. So last night, from our dining room […]

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We Called it Gutenberg for a Reason

Movable type was about books, but it wasn’t just about books. Ideas spread. Literacy spiked. The elite monopoly on education and government started to crack. Luther’s 95 Theses were printed and circulated on a press, rocking Europe and he issued “broadsheets.” Broadsheets became newspapers; newspapers enabled democracy. The printing press ushered in social, political, economic … Continue reading We Called it Gutenberg for a Reason

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