Great times last night at the Blue Jay game. After a 35 minute bike from my house to the stadium (do I ever live far away from downtown these days), I met up with my best bud and we grabbed some decent tickets (games are still sparsely attended).
Inside we grabbed some snacks. I went with an Italian sausage and peppers (didn't eat the bun), two bags of dry-roasted peanuts, and a water. Stayed for 6 innings, watched the Jays score a bunch of runs, and then decided to split at about 9pm. Home by 9:35 and in bed by 10. Up by 4 am and back on track with writing.
Busy day today. Dog walk, workout, QnA session, and then the dentist, followed by a trip back to the farm to drop off Bally the Dog. I'm heading to NYC this weekend and he doesn't have a valid passport yet, so he has to stay home.
Today's mid-week #Meathead training: Military Press, DB Row, Pushups, Seated Row, Shrugs, Triceps
The Great Steak Recipe - DO try this at home. In your kitchen. No grilling required
How to eat for all day energy
Today's Kickbutt Mindset Tips:
TODAY is the first day of the rest of your life. So don't dwell on past mistakes because that will get you nowhere. Instead, focus on what you can and WILL do today, tomorrow, and the rest of your life, and all of the great things that will happen because of your actions. Don't wait for the 'time to be right' (i.e. until it's too late) to take action on your goals. If there's something you really want to do, then find a way to do it now.
You're as happy as you let yourself be. No one else is in control of how you view the world and your life. Your happiness is up to you.
Today's www.InternetIndependence.com Tip:
Ballantyne's Law states: "The more technical expertise you have about such things as building websites, connecting merchant accounts to your online shopping cart, or writing computer code, etc., the LESS money you'll make on the Internet."
Craig Ballantyne, CTT
Certified Turbulence Trainer