"What is this," I thought to myself, "another one of those silly internet arithmetic challenges?" At closer inspection, I could see it was more complicated than most of the others, as there were a much larger number of guesses in the comment section. There must be more than meets the eye. The challenge I was … Continue reading The Solvers of Riddles, Puzzles, and Problems
There I was, sitting in my car parked at Central Park in Topeka. I gazed out at the track with a goal to begin a habit of doing sprints every 7-10 days. There were a few people walking around the park that would notice me. What the hell was I doing out here, anyway? I'm … Continue reading Expense of Looking Cool
Searching for truth in media, analyzing the Media Bias Chart, commentary on Chernobyl, a Stoic and Christian response to the restrictions regarding stay-at-home orders, and a solution to last week's Riddler Classic.
There have been a few conversations I have had over the last few weeks about reading more. In more than one occurrence, I've been given the excuse that someone doesn't read books because they don't have the attention span. They cannot stay focused, they explain. Perhaps you suffer from the same dilemma. Do you really … Continue reading Read More: 7 Ways You Can Improve Your Reading Habits
The Body Although I have been running quite a bit during this COVID-19 crisis to stay in shape, I rarely push myself to my limits. Last week during one of my runs I was recalling Primal Endurance by Mark Sisson and Brad Kearns. There was something within this text that I have not been applying … Continue reading Applying the Use It or Lose It Theory