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Richmond Marathon Recap (KELLY)

It would take me 50 pages to write about all the wonderful aspects of last weekend’s Richmond Marathon.  I’m going to try to condense it into some highlights and moments of note. 1,298 more words

Road To Richmond

Race Report: Race to Deliver 4M

What better way to kick this blog off than with a race report?

Today, I participated in the Race to Deliver 4M run in Central Park. 443 more words

PRS (Private Retirement Scheme) Yes or No to me?

Recently, a few people asked me about the retirement scheme which highly promoted by the Malaysian Government since 2012, the PRS (Private Retirement Scheme). “Shall I invest?” 584 more words

Retirement Planning

Gamification and the Little Things

People who read this may or may not be aware that I am a massive gamer at heart. Like a lot of kids in my days I went through the fun of Unreal Tournament 2003, Warcraft 3, Counter Strike 1.6 and Street Fighter (various). 1,069 more words


Train Smarter Not Harder: Velocity Training with Speed and Power Analyzers

Tools like the Tendo unit allow trainers and coaches to instantaneously measure bar speed. The information gathered by these tools allow coaches and players regulate training by increasing or decreasing intensity and volume during training. 303 more words


Race Recap: Fred Lebow XC Championships 5K (2014)

Today I ran the Fred Lebow XC 5k in Van Cortlandt Park.  It was my second time racing the course, and since I performed so well… 297 more words

PRS Unveils 30th Anniversary Lineup

Slap my arse and call me Nancy! The lovely PRS are releasing lovely guitars for lovely people.

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Stevensville, MD (November 12, 2014) — In 1985, while the world was focused on the birth of the first .com, a new computer operating system called Windows and “Live Aid” concerts for famine relief, an Annapolis, Maryland guitar repairman that had been steadily making a name for himself by building and fixing guitars decided to take a bold step by creating his own namesake guitar manufacturing company called Paul Reed Smith Guitars. 417 more words