Remember my “lover and a fighter” friend from two weeks ago?
BACK in 2014, I decided to take my health seriously again. One of the concepts I clung to dearly, especially during those dreaded late night gym sessions, was linear progression.
SO WE survived another D—I mean V—day, meaning it’s time to set aside all the chocolate and sweetness and focus on things that matter more, like the NBA All-Star Game (which should be playing out when this article is published).
LIFE is a series of adjustments, readjustments, and re-readjustments. When I was younger, I used to think that there was one surefire way to live life.
WE live in a world full of hackers.
You know what time it is. Whether it’s fitness, family, or future plans, everybody is out in full force with #newyearnewme, which often lasts until February—Chinese New Year.
FOR some reason, the first Christmas party that rolls around becomes an automatic trigger for me to disregard my diet and eat everything in sight.
I’ve been fortunate enough to have mentors and teachers who guide and help me make responsible, semi-adulting decisions about my life.
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