Beyond step counts with Exist

I've tracked data on my daily life since I was seven years old, fiddling with the tiny gold-tone lock on my first daily diary. Later, when I discovered the "quantified self" movement, some larger lock in my brain would release: I didn't only want data, I wanted meaning. I've been searching for this meaning by... Continue Reading →

birthday gift

After most of a year of debating the exact method in which I would get in shape I was no closer to choosing one, let alone sticking with it. I had sampled a few different options and discarded most of them as impractical, prohibitively expensive, or both. All I could decide on was the fact... Continue Reading →

slate and stove

Today's blockbuster prompt is from Davmoo: "Please write 100 words on ...your favorite childhood memory." The wood stove in our living room was surrounded by pieces of slate. Old radiators kept the corners of the other rooms warm, but the wood stove, the old general, boomed forth waves of heat well into winter nights. Cats... Continue Reading →

grateful for health

This morning, I succumbed to the summer cold that's traipsing around, so it might seem strange to write about being grateful for my health. The fact remains that my health is better than it has been in years, and all because I traced the source of most of my nagging problems to ingesting gluten.  (This... Continue Reading →

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