What you should read next – May 2019 – “You know, it’s really not that hard to put food on the table if that’s what you decide to do.”

By | May 1, 2019

I have a lot of beautiful people staring at me from my desk this month. They’re all books designed to motivate and educate on fitness. If I’m honest, I’m rather sick of self help books and it seems my reading list is brimming with mostly those. Any suggestions for good fiction thrillers? Or memoirs? Maybe… Read More »

The Year of the Body – Do It

By | April 23, 2019

More than a year ago, I started a project I called the Year of the Body. If my math is correct, my year has been over for more than six months. I never finished this project because I think it might be the greatest thing I’ve ever done. I liked it so much that I… Read More »

What you should read next – April 2019 – didn’t you know there could be shelves upon shelves upon shelves of books written about your strength?

By | April 5, 2019

The Mist by Stephen King This is an old Stephen King book about one misty afternoon when giant octopi, spiders, bugs and birds appear out of…the mist. We start with a town full of people and end with only a car-full of people, driving down the eastern seaboard of the United States trying to stay… Read More »

On rejection

By | April 2, 2019

I’ve been doing a lot of dating since renting an apartment. Dating apps, friends of friends, strangers I meet while out and about. There are so many ways to funnel new people into your world. This much dating and putting oneself out there leads to a lot of rejection. Now, no side of the rejection… Read More »

Raw Mango Pickle Recipe

By | March 29, 2019

Raw mangos are sweet, but also, sometimes, the closer you get to the seed, a little sour. It makes a fun pickle. If you’re into pickles, you’ll dig this. We call it loncha (loan – sah). It means pickle in Marathi. Ingredients One raw mango 2 teaspsoons salt 1.5 teaspoons achar spice 2 tablespoons olive… Read More »