Day 986: Getting There Slowly

Wow, it has been two weeks already! Two weeks of uninterrupted blogging and I am even so fired up that I started a new blog over the weekend. Let’s hope this becomes a habit without which I cannot live, like brushing my teeth. If you don’t brush your teeth, you can make do maybe for a day but soon they will start smelling and you get an awful taste in your mouth. This goes away when you brush them properly. I honestly feel that chewing gum is a temporary solution and most of the chewing gums are terrible anyway. I don’t know any chewing gums that would have ONLY xylitol, the teeth-friendly sweetener, in them. Most include bullshit like acesulphame K, etc. Well, to blogging and writing and keeping the momentum going!

Progress Report

1. Own and live in a house.

Edited a book (not mine, for a publishing house), issued some invoices, accepted a longer translation task – tiny bits to earn money. Thought a bit about our land and that we really need to start doing something with it.

2. Write AND publish a book.

Oh yeah, I wrote some more if that book-thingy in the morning. Hated it for a minute and then continued. Might have a chance at finishing it on time!

3. Win a major race.

30-minute warm-up before tomorrow’s race. All well.

Photo of the Day


Received a fabulous book that I ordered on Amazon. Matt Fitzgerald’s Racing Weight, a weight loss-sport nutrition book targeted at endurance athletes. Read a bit of it and looks like it has some interesting ideas, like scoring your food quality and aiming for the highest score (high-quality foods give bonus points, low-quality stuff like sweets give minus points). Compelling! This book was recommended by a sports nutritionist Jane Nodder at her seminar in London.

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