morning babble / Saturday 11-20-21
This is the scribble that leads to the babble. Sometimes it gets tidied up, but sometimes . . . not so much. When all else fails – go watch the video!
Lately, I just don’t have enough time to listen to all the podcasts that I want to be listening to. I have so many downloaded and ready to go. Chase Jarvis has an interview with Malcolm Gladwell. Peter Attia has one with James Clear. And then there’s the world of NFTs and Cryptocurrency – just a ton of new stuff that I’ve been following and listening to. Making my mind fly in all kinds of directions.
And then this conversation stuck out to me between Tim Ferriss and Chris Hutchins – it was like a combo podcast with the Ferriss show pushing it, but it was on the Hutchins podcast too – “All the Hacks.”
Ferriss was asked for his process for reassessing what he’s doing.
The response: “Simple check-in and boiled down to this: How do you feel when you first wake up? How easily to do you go to sleep?”
I didn’t run yet. #324 of my 5K runs for the year will be officially done at the 49th Annual Newark Turkey Trot in Newark, DE.
Muddy November pours on. Like that? Anyway. Even if I wanted to cheat yesterday at a Starbucks – I couldn’t find one that was open. I was going to get a Matcha Green Tea Latte with hopes of a Pumpkin Scone.
- Question #1 – After Muddy November – what’s next? December. I have an idea. Nothing really too challenging, but I’m hoping to make something fun. Still pondering.
- Question #2 – After the Turkey Trot, any other races this year? No. At least, I don’t think so. I realize that there are a bunch of Santa Runs but I already know that my December is filling up with holiday stuff on the weekends.
- Questions #3 – When’s your next fast? Monday, December 6th – my last of the year. I will have done a 3 day fast every month of the year.
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QUOTE OF THE DAY:
“Nothing should be more regrettable to us than losing our time, for it is irretrievable.” – by Zeno