Monthly Archives: August 2011

With success there’s always more to measure

Comments from friends responding to my blog about my humbling climbing experience the other weekend have compelled me to write a follow-up entry. Last week, I wrote about how my awesome friend Tom and I had to back off a … Continue reading

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Life is a lesson in adventure, not a guilt trip

I’ve always considered myself a lifelong adventurer. Not a hardcore adventurer, but an adventurer nonetheless. Indeed, after graduating university, most of my friends started searching for “real jobs” while I worked as a landscape gardener so I could travel the … Continue reading

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Join me on my East Coast Self-Reflection Tour

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Let’s DO this!

While flipping through some old photo albums today, I was dismayed to see how lean I was just a few years ago. When I was a teenager, I was obese, but I lost 60 pounds over two summers. It was … Continue reading

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