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There are things that I never thought I would say until I became a parent, and there are things I never could have even guessed would come out of my mouth. I reflected on this the other night, while firmly telling my four year old son “now off to sleep, and no staying up playing […]
On Monday, I began phase 3. Now, it would be pretty fair for you to ask “what the hell is phase 3?” Well, if you’re a long-term reader of my blog, and you’ve read some of my previous posts on weight loss and exercise, you may recall that I began what I can (in hindsight) […]
Canada is like a functional alcoholic, and being Canadian means living with one. Now that I’ve got what may be the most unpopular statement I’ve ever written out of the way, let me explain what I mean. The thing about a functional alcoholic is that they have two completely separate sides to them: the outward […]
It’s good to celebrate the small wins, but it can be difficult. We tend to focus on big goals, big achievements–and in the case of powerlifting, big lifts. Now don’t get me wrong: those things are certainly important. The problem is that they occur only infrequently, making it hard to keep motivated toward them. Celebrating […]
Does it matter whether you’re sick, tired, or just maxed out? My oldest son is just about through grade 1, and he’s the youngest in his grade. He has a late birthday, and we took our time deciding whether or not to put him into kindergarten early, or wait another year. In the end, it […]