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90 days to liftoff

Swiftcurrent Pass with Forky
Swiftcurrent Valley view from Swiftcurrent Fire tower.

In three months, the first day of a Summer-long Glacier National Park visit begins.

Hiking nearly everyday feels invigorating now.

What will it feel like when it arrives?

Cold.

Windy.

Wet.

So be it.

Find a million ways to stay motivated.

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Of course it is challenging

Rob Watson, my technology advisor, joined me in Glacier for a few days in 2019.

How would your health benefit, transform even, if you spent a few months walking (hiking) at high altitude?

Is another Summer (2020) in Glacier National Park possible?

Would i go there to work the entire Summer? What about half work and half personal time? What about all personal?

The past few days as i cancelled some reservations and booked some others, these questions are top of mind.

Leaning to mostly personal time.

Why?

Because it is opposite what i did this year.

How would my health respond?

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Stress does weird things

Disney Institute Keynote Speaker
You can (and should) get and stay healthy.

Stress does weird things.

Yesterday morning after multiple 8-hour sleep nights, i needed a nap by 8:00 AM.

Totally confused by this.

Then, eureka!

There’s a lot going on in the background right now. More than usual.

Logic (and experience) tells me the stress is wearing me down.

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100% on the second workout

A typical hike in Glacier is 10 miles with 2,000′ gain and 2,000′ descent.

Not sure why i was able to do the same thing i did over five weeks ago.

You take a break that long and you have to lose something – maybe even a lot.

Not this time.

The only difference is that while i missed going to a gym, i did not miss staying vibrantly active outdoors.

In the past, missing two weeks at the gym and it was almost like starting over. From this historical experience, i created a “no more than 10 days without a gym workout” rule.

At 10 days or less away, i was able to pick up exactly where i left off.

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Are you on any meds?

Are you on any meds?

B12 and D3, vitamins.

Picked up refills yesterday along with a few super-foods.

Never get bored with the basics.

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