A Short Post About Knowing When You Need a Hand.. I’ve been working on trying to get back into a set workout routine. I’m not doing so well, though. The way I see it, I have a couple of choices. On one hand, I could do what the Brandon of a few years ago would … Continue reading Mantra Monday: Discipline Needs Accountability
We're in Times the Likes of Which Haven't Been Seen in a Century. Here's How to Stay True to Yourself in Times Like These. This sucks. It's true. And I'm not just talking about having to stay home due to COVID-19. Truth be told, quarantine measures brought about by the pandemic haven't affected me much … Continue reading Mantra Monday: You Have the Power
In which I outline my plan for quarantine fitness and publicly declare myself back on-mission.
O' Brandonia, Where Art Thou? Okay, let's take a paragraph or seven to catch up, then on to the good stuff. The last time I posted, I was still in Georgia, and it was still summer. My life was a raft on a river at that point. I had done my best to steer myself … Continue reading Mantra Monday: New Week, New Month, New Season
In which I talk about how running is helping me to cope with the stress of recording an album and other life upheavals.
In which I tell you about how much I didn't want to go to the gym, but how I made myself go anyway, and how it made me feel much better about myself.
In which I get back on track and renew my commitment to write an article every weekday for this site. Also I babble on about priorities and time.
It's a Brand New Week First - no; I haven't abandoned the saga from last week. But neither will I hijack this week's posts because of last week's failures. Instead, we will carry on with our regularly scheduled collection of posts for this week as planned, and get back to the last to parts of … Continue reading Mantra Monday: A Fresh Start – Discipline and Personal Power
In which I talk a little while about the year, and offer part of an explanation for this week's weird posting schedule.
In which I discuss my own battle with anxiety and talk about ways to combat it that work for me.