Always remember: You don’t need to drink to have a good time. It’s your friends that need to drink to have a good time. Because of you.
It wasn’t too long ago that the gyms were flocking with the New Year’s Resolution groups. Things are already starting to quiet down. Some people cannot maintain willpower long enough for exercise to become a healthy habit. For others, they simply aren’t patient enough to realize that physical results are slow to come. For others, there will never be a healthy change because they’re simply doing it wrong. Continue reading
For those planets with “less than temperate” climates, I’ve often found that my crews because increasingly irritable, lazy, and whine and complain about anything put in front of them to eat. I mean, who doesn’t enjoy flavoured shaved ice in a balmy 73 degrees kelvin? Some people.
This post could also have been entitled “How much does your hobby cost?”
I’m writing OOC, or “Out Of Character” today to those of you who might happen to read my blog but not be aware or interested in EVE Online. Please, read this one.
As a strength coach, I love anything that works out as many muscle groups simultaneously while kicking your heart into high gear. TRX Suspension Training, Bodyweight, HIIT Tabata, Olympic Lifting; anything that works you efficiently.
“What are those little bits?”
“Why are they all swollen up like that?”
“They absorb the liquid. It’s a healthy thing. Just eat it already.”
Now that I have your attention, get your mind out of the gutter. We’re talking about food portion control today.
Always be stupid for the right reasons.
Why is it that no matter how much one thinks they know people, the people always have the capacity to completely surprise and overwhelm?
The response to Stay Frosty: Dark Oceans has been extraordinary. I haven’t felt this satisfied in months. Thank you for that.
One item of interest that keeps coming up is people inquire as to the recurring theme that is spread throughout Stay Frosty: Dark Oceans. To some it’s epic. To others it’s inspiring. To a few, it was a ripoff of Matt Smith’s Doctor Who.