At the beginning of each year, I like to set an intention to carry me with me over the next 12 months. These are usually
Since I started going to yoga in May, I’ve been keeping a journal of my experiences with it. Nothing long, just a few sentences per
At last November’s Philly Bike Expo, I moderated a panel on endurance cycling. Many topics were touched on over the session, but the one that
Gear Prudence reached out to me this week about a question he received about training for a century. The person writing in wondered if it was
Like a lot of randonneurs, Felkerino and I have developed a method that serves us well in our preparation and training for brevets. I see
In 2013, I read David A. Kessler’s somewhat horrifying yet engrossing book The End of Overeating, in which he provides an inside look at how the
A funny thing happened to me at the end of April. Funny to me, anyway. I lost interest in tracking my cycling miles, and stopped
In one of my 2013 roundup posts I noted that I had not written down any goals in 2013. However, I did make a variety
At the beginning of this year I committed to having a different kind of year than I had in 2012. At the end of last
Taking the topic away from coffeeneuring for a moment, I wanted to post some thoughts about three separate, yet interrelated, topics: lions; tigers; and bears.
August passed in a herky jerky fashion. I had trouble getting into a rhythm with my riding and I ventured infrequently to the weight room.
This last week Felkerino and I left the bikes at home and traveled to Sedona, Arizona, for five days of hiking with his daughter DF.
This week the WordPress Weekly Writing Challenge, a blog that essentially gives bloggers voluntary writing assignments, encouraged people to reflect on health and what it
Now that we’ve reached one month beyond the halfway point of 2013, I wanted to take a snapshot of July as well as the year
Instead of riding brevets and doing a 1000K or a 1200K this year, Felkerino and I focused on a weeklong Colorado bike tour, which included
May turned out to be an exciting month around the edges with a big blah and some good lessons learned in the middle. Numbers-wise, it