Feedly mobile is fixed!

…and everything is right in my ‘Personal News Aggregation’ universe. For about a week, I was having problems syncing my accounts on feedly and Google Reader and it was really frustrating — especially since it has always worked so well in the past. As you can see, however, my desktop version…

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…is the same as my tablet version…


Nirvana!!! :-D


Mission accomplished…


Well, I made the transition. The first week of school I was struggling to get my bike ride in but I had a successful week last week and accomplished my goal of 3500 calories [or the equivalent of roughly 1 pound] per week…


I also had to scale back my miles a little bit. I had an aggressive goal of riding 200 miles in July and I accomplished my objective but almost ruined my knee for riding…

It’s hard to ride at 5:30AM but if I don’t do it then, I probably won’t at all. I also seem to be slower in the morning, but that may be knee related as well…

All these stats come from Endomondo, a fitness app I have on my Google Nexus S [although it is available for iPhone as well]. Pandora keeps me pumping and Endomondo tracks my progress. It’s probably goofy to you, but stats like this really motivate me…


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Tackle “impossible” with this three-pronged approach

Im-possible Goals

Philip McCluskey shares an inspirational story of attacking goals from a physical, spiritual and mental perspective in his post with a focus on

  • Taking responsibility for your power
  • Believing you are worth it
  • Creating your own good days
  • and trusting the Universe.

Go to the source if it sounds interesting to you; Tackle “Impossible” with This Three-Pronged Approach [BLOG] « Positively Positive

PC users vs. Mac users

The Difference Between Mac and PC Users [Infographic] « DAIN IT!

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Evernote? Again?

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Yup, Evernote again. I talked about it a little while ago here and here. This time a pastor buddy of mine caught me preaching a sermon on the glories of Evernote and he challenged me to create a longer tutorial than I have done in the past. Here it is: all 16:34 minutes of Evernote from beginning to end. If you don’t love Evernote after you watch this, please tell me why in the comments…

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Upgrade yourself!

Mastin Kipp shares a good analogy today at TDL…

I joke that my goal in life is to upgrade my internal software as often as iTunes upgrades its software! I mean, think about it, how many times does iTunes upgrade it’s software? It seems like almost daily! And why does Apple do this? Because they are constantly improving their product so that it’s better for us to use.

And that is what we must do. Accept who we are, know that where we are is perfect. And then from that place step into constant personal growth, busting through old stories and patterns and upgrading our internal software so that we can be used by The Uni-verse better.

The future is bright. Many people think when times are good that they will always be good, and that when times are tough they will always be tough – instead of remembering that the nature of life is constant change. It’s usually never as awesome as we think it is, nor is it as bad as we think it is.

And when we have a vision for a future that we want to create, we can use that vision as a navigation system when times are awesome or when times are tough. Coming back to your vision and taking action towards it REGARDLESS of what is happening in the outside world – that is what separates people.

Source: Here’s Why Your Future Is FULL Of Radness!

Go to the source if you’d like to read the rest of his post…

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