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Journey To The Spartan Race(s) Episode 22

One of my tougher Spartan Training sessions because it was the first day of trying Anabolic Fasting. I wasn’t used to training on such an empty stomach, so that’s what made it a lot more difficult than usual. 35 more words


On the move; or maybe not

I find comfort and reassurance in the familiar; my wife finds boredom. So after 25 years in our small New England town she says it’s time for us to abandon my comfort zone and move on. 984 more words


DIY with Duck (Duct) Tape

Whether you’ve got a bike, scooter, walker or wheelchair, duct tape is a seriously cheap and fast way to personalize any ride. No longer limited to that traditional grey, this strong adhesive product now comes in like a bazillion varieties of colours and sizes! 171 more words


How to Make Wearable Devices Secure and Compliant with your EMM Policy

If there’s one mobile technology that has really emerged in the last couple of years, it’s the wearable device. What began as a trickle of niche devices in 2013 turned into a steady flow of Android-focused devices in 2014. 740 more words


Pure Power Pilates im CrossFit Pantheon

Am kommenden Sonntag, den 29.5. um 13.00 Uhr ist es wieder soweit. Hanna coacht eine intensive Pilateseinheit mit Schwerpunkt Corework, Stabilisation und Mobilisation.

Ort: Blumengasse 41, 1170 Wien… 21 more words

What I wish I could tell parents of abled-bodied children about being a parent of special needs kids

As a parent of children with special needs, sometimes it’s hard to talk to parents of able-bodied children.

Not because I don’t want to talk to them or be friends with them but because of all the emotions that I feel that come with a child of special needs. 1,434 more words


Why refugees are more than just forced migrants

Victoria Noya

The presence of the refugee crisis brings about a global awareness of refugees and asylum seekers, with humanitarian aid to match. Naturally, this cause is a no-brainer. 496 more words