Month: October 2014

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Moderation

We’re not supposed to write down our good habits, but rather just the inverse of our bad habits. There were a few that I needed to recommit to but it was easy to do so. I’m going to remove those […]

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Rise Up, O Men of God

We’re singing this anthem in church this Sunday. Here are the lyrics: Rise up, O men of God! Have done with lesser things. Give heart and mind and soul and strength To serve the King of kings. Rise up, O […]

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Rich Habits: The Book

Exercise aerobically 30 minutes a day, 4 days a week. Track your eating. Eat less than 300 calories of junk food per day. Avoid fast food Floss daily. Sleep at least 7 hours a night. Author Thomas Corley mentioned in […]

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The Fitbit Saga

Exercise aerobically 30 minutes a day, 4 days a week. Track your eating. Eat less than 300 calories of junk food per day. Avoid fast food Floss daily. Sleep at least 7 hours a night. I bought a Fitbit in […]

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Purpose

Rich Habit #16 from the online list is this: 16. Know your main purpose. Here’s the process the author recommends for discovering one’s true purpose: 1. Make a list of everything you can remember that made you happy. This would […]

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Rich Habits?

On the way home from class today, I heard about a book called Rich Habits. It sounded interesting. Googling found me this initial list: 1. Live within your means. Yep. 25 percent on housing, no matter if you own or […]

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Toby the Dog

Toby came to us as a puppy some 14 years ago. We crate trained him, but he didn’t want to stay in his crate at night. In fact, it is probably that he spent those early nights in the crate […]

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Recuperating

I’ve been alternating between bed (often with laptop) and desk (coughing and sniffling) for most of the time since I last wrote, though I did get to church and a meeting before I succumbed. I’ve been sick. Nothing serious, though […]

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Leverage

Yesterday I watched Leverage all day — while knitting, and I completed the front and back of #2 son’s Christmas sweater and got started on the sleeve — and also while working on a website we’re planning to launch this […]

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Busy Week

Last Saturday #1 daughter and I held our branding and marketing retreat. We drove on winding roads dressed with autumn leaves and walked through damp, hilly streets, and I think we made some progress. We also had lunch in a […]