I’ve been eating better and exercising regularly for about 4 months now. Nothing too crazy, mostly just walks of about 3 miles and watching what I eat. It’s really been paying off as I’ve lost about 20 pounds so far.
One of the things I’ve been missing with this nasty Maryland winter has been walking out doors. One of the benefits of being self employed is that I can take off for a walk pretty much whenever I want to. The weather is starting to get warmer and this morning I was able to take off for a walk to a nearby park where I was able to enjoy the cool weather and the morning fog.
These images, taken with an iPhone 4s and processed in Lightroom, really don’t do the scene justice. It’s been a really nice morning. Now it’s time for some lunch, and then back to work.
Lansdowne, since the 70’s
This track kills it! A must listen, if you’re into grooving, dubby techno.
Rhauder feat. Paul St. Hilaire – Sidechain (Original Mix), on Ornaments Records.
I will definitely be looking for this on vinyl.
If videos aren’t your thing, here’s a link to the full track on SoundCloud.
Socialism never took root in America because Americans see themselves not as an exploited proletariat, but as temporarily embarrassed millionaires.
The FCC votes on net neutrality in just a few days. Net neutrality is important. Sign the petition!
This petition on the Mozilla Foundation’s website makes it incredibly easy to sign and call your representatives.
I read this article on Medium today and had to share. The author is a freelance writer but the spirit of the article applies, I think, to any discipline. Good-natured, genuine, “from the gut” realness about life as a freelancer. The article was as inspiring in its honesty as it was full of humor and insight.
Couple of stand outs:
I was pretty sure that “freelancing” was Latin for “never-ending tsunami of rejection”? (Actually, we’re apparently named after medieval mercenaries. Bet their invoices got paid faster, though.)
Work can bleed into the evenings and weekends until you start to see Sunday as that annoying day when your work cafe is overcrowded with all of these inexplicably happy people in workout gear.
Absolutely classic. I’m reminded of the quote, “I don’t work from home, I live at work.”
Well worth the read, if you’re a freelancer or not. Check it out if you get a chance. 🙂