Though I’ve touched on the topic before, I think this topic deserves some additional attention. I believe in being a moral member of society (of course right?), and I also believe quite firmly that no one needs to pay any attention to religion or by extension, singular, plural, or omni gods to be such a member. Thus I am an atheist. Continue reading
Category Archives: exercise and outdoors
I have been realizing lately, that in a world-view without inherent meaning, where the rituals and ceremonies of religion and the imposed goals and stereotypes of value in life are irrelevant, that we must create significance for ourselves, or not.
I need to remember how big an impact keeping up some kind of fitness routine has on my mental health.
I’m working on the hundredpushups.com program as part of my Nerdfitness 6-week challenge. That will end on September 17th, hopefully with a significant improvement in my push-up abilities as well as my motivation and energy levels.
Here’s my plan to make it to Spiderman. Getting it all back together.
Eat as fresh as I can without sacrificing the joys of living and social dining.
- Quantified that means that I’m preparing at least 21 meals per week. Lots of cook once, eat for days dishes. Ingredients are all from around the edge of the grocery store, fresh local vegetables, eggs, chicken, fish and mollusks, yogurt and fruit. Dishes will include a variety of stirfry, salad, omelettes, baked chicken, steamed vegetables, curry, and soup. Continue reading
Lately I’ve been telling myself to take it easy. I get worked up over things far to easily sometimes. I don’t know how evident that is to those around me, but I’m less worried about that than I am my own mental health. Continue reading