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Seven days to cake and ice cream

Note on selling Disney
Had to write it down or it would evaporate, never to be remembered.

 

Seven days (counting today, June 2) to cake and ice cream.

The glorious thing i discovered from years and years of prolifically writing is the freedom and growth that are only possible when you reach this level.

What i mean by that is i never write to gain or grow a following.

i write simply for the strength and clarity it provides.

Like food nourishes, or water hydrates – both are critical.

But what is critical to our attitude?

Thinking.

Writing prolifically and unashamedly unleashes thinking.

i will begin my birthday day (in seven days) by spending the first two hours writing.

 

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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.

 

This website is about our physical health. To easily and safely leave this site to read today’s post on jeff’s spiritual health website, click here.

 

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The mystery of chronic pain

Physical Therapy prescription
Podiatrist recommended prescription.

 

While the script is two months old, it’s better late than never.

David was incredibly thorough. His mission was to look for imbalances between right side and left side.

Range of motion and strength were pretty well balanced. This means the chronic upper achilles/lower calf pain remains a mystery.

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Serious Injury Recovery

San Juan Islands 1984
San Juan Islands 1984

If you exercise, you are eventually going to hurt yourself. Minor or major, it’s bound to happen. Minor stuff almost isn’t worth talking about. But the serious stuff, the stuff that could make you give up….

When you have a comprehensive approach to serious injury recovery, and there’s nothing more the Doctor can do, then your job is to do all you can, for as long as it takes.

Over time, you can experiment with reducing or eliminating certain treatments or remedies. One step at a time, you ween your body back to your natural state before your injury.

And you should say this until you’re blue in the face, “Stay healthy, have fun!”

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Yep, That's Me
Yep, That's Me