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Spend some time in solitude and reflect

confrontation
This image, with its profound message, is worth a second look.

 

Spend some time in solitude and reflect.

“Dear jeff, if you are not willing to take care of your health, can you at least explain your logic for your codependence with unhealthy wellness habits.”

“And are you convinced that never changing is in your best interests?”

 

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It was the first HS track practice i’ve seen since 1977

WPS HS track practice
Looks boring. Above coach Williams’s head are two runners doing intervals.

 

Surprised to see the Track team having 7am practice on a no-school Friday. The track marked the four-mile mark of yesterday’s run. i said hello to coach Williams and then watched the athletes for a few minutes – in and out of walking and jogging a couple laps. It was tempting to want to run intervals with them.

The night before i arrived early to school (to pick up our son) and with time to kill, walked down to the track. It was the first HS track practice i’ve seen since 1977. Spent 20 minutes wondering what my high school track practices would have looked like to an observer.

PS. i resisted the temptation to ask if i could join in.

 

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On April Fool’s Day 2009, jeff noel began writing five daily, differently-themed blogs (on five different sites). It was to be a 100-day self-imposed “writer’s bootcamp”, in preparation for writing his first book. He hasn’t missed a single day since.

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How Much Is Enough?

Top reason why being busy doing nothing is excellent

active rest
a day of rest can be to your body....a gourmet feast

Yesterday the health care CEO asked if I had my morning run. I replied, “No, today is an active rest day”.

Active rest. The deliberate, and planned, act of doing nothing – so as to be able to do more, and do it better.

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