Category Archives: Tricks and Technology

4 Strategies for Hacking Exercise

Here are my top four strategies for actually prioritizing exercise: 1. Find Your Optimal Workout Time Mine is 6:15 AM. I like early morning workouts because: The rest of my life generally doesn’t get in the way. If something does interfere, I can often manage … Continue reading

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Changing the World

I ran my first 5k yesterday. I’ve never been much of a runner. So I downloaded a running app and started training the next day. I registered for a local race (Denver’s Adelante! 5k). Then I recruited a few pals to run … Continue reading

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Pinterest & MealBoard: Finding Fun in the Chore of Cooking

I love to cook… sort of. I love to spend a long, lazy Sunday afternoon in the kitchen, absorbed by cooking’s sensuous colors, textures, sounds and smells. To me, it’s more than relaxing; it’s restorative. But weeknight meal making (aka … Continue reading

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Tips & Tricks: LiveStrong Calorie Tracker App

At a recent annual physical, I was discouraged to see that despite a healthy diet and more frequent trips to the gym, I was gaining weight (the unwanted, non-muscular kind). “How could this be?” I asked my doctor. Dr:   [glancing … Continue reading

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