About a week ago, I completed day 67 of my project and ended up hurting myself. This must be a sign of old age. Nah, Nah, I hate that saying. I hate it because I am only in my mid thirties. I hate it because getting old is just an excuse for getting hurt, and I hate it because this concept doesn’t make sense. The part I love is getting hurt made me concentrate on something totally different. It lead to a family slackline night and I am fine with that.
I don’t know what I write about. I wish I had set topics or things I want to talk about, but that just isn’t the case. When I started blogging it was to get ideas and things off my mind. Now that I am here, I the same technique holds true. I am here to write and to splurge my mind from the clutter everyday brings.
Part of my lifestyle is chilling and hanging with friends. Part of chilling and hanging with friends is drinking and having fun. Part of drinking and having fun is responsibility. This is one of my weaknesses.
I do not know if drinking and responsibility fit in the same glass. We act like they do, but what’s reality.
Reality is having another, and then a third, and then… Sometimes it’s only two, but two can put you behind bars. So reality sucks.
I feel good where we are at. When I say we, I mean all my friends, my family, and everything in between. We drink, we have fun, and I think that is alright.
Since I know this is what we do and that it is a weakness of mine. I can control it. Or try damn hard to. We all work as a team. We all back each other up and I am grateful for it all.
Knowing yourself. Your strengths, your weaknesses, what you like and what you do not like, is something every single one of us needs to know. It’s taken me 35 years to finally figure out a small percentage of who I am.
The fact that I realized this part of life is a big piece of who I am, is a big step. What I do about it is another story. I like where I am, I like where we are, and I love the life we live. Sunday Fun day.
I never knew how hard a project would be to finish until I started one just a few months ago. I thought this project would be easy to produce and easy to get out to the masses. Man was I wrong. The final details are killing me.
I often wonder if the things I love to do actually hold me back from doing more of what I want to do in the future. My hobbies so to say. I have had the same basic hobbies for the past 20 years. I wakeboard and wakesurf, snowboard, kiteboard (new hobby), and still love to do each one every time I get the chance. Would new hobbies change who I am and take me closer to who I want to be?
It has been a long time since I have taken a full holiday weekend off. These weekends are usually filled with project work we cannot get done during normal working hours or weekends. This Memorial Day holiday I had the chance to enjoy all three days off. A lot of those three days were spent on, and behind a boat wakesurfing.
A healthy and fit life, takes a lifetime of being healthy and fit. It is not a two month stint, a diet plan, or working out for three months of the year. This kind of stuff needs a lifestyle. It has to become who, and what, you want to be. I’ve talked about Jeremy Scott before, and he just threw down another hammer on health and fitness.
One of my favorite things to do in life is to get behind a boat and wakeboard. It all started damn near 20 years ago now. I can’t believe it has been that long, but I still love it as much as I did back then. Last night we got in our second wakeboard session of 2017.