Body language is just as important as spoken language.
Puppies are cute.
Talking with Todd Robertson of Hyperspective Studios about whether or not it’s possible to make anyone’s life seem exciting and entertaining with enough video editing.
My friend Dave took me for a spin in his F430 earlier today. It was awesome. The car is a monster. You can totally hear the overpowering sound of the engines as they roar to life. We briefly got on the highway but there was too much traffic to get past 3rd gear. I’d love to see this car go against a Tesla 🙂
Apparently, Awesome (my dog’s name) wasn’t too keen for all my body tracking equipment. Or rather a little too enamored with it. Either way, he chewed up my Garmin GPS / Heartrate monitor watch 🙁
Last weekend I hiked the Na’Pali coast by myself. I’ve never camped alone before and it just seemed like a great way to meditate and center myself. The Na’Pali Coast is on the north side of Kauai and the 11 mile hike to the beach at the end of the trail, Kalalau, is considered one of the most beautiful in the world. It’s also a really hard trek to do in one day, with thousand foot drop offs on a one foot wide path and over 5000 feet of elevation change. I didn’t have a lot of time, so I hiked in all 11 miles last Friday, stayed the day Saturday, and hiked back all Sunday.
When I got back I was exhausted. It’s taken me three days just to recover. In the meantime, although I’ve been roughly sticking to my diet, I haven’t been religiously tracking like I usually do. I don’t think I realized how much effort all this tracking takes till now. I totally felt burnt out these last three days. My take away: when you try to do too much, even of the things you love, you’ll likely overwhelm yourself and get less done in the long run. I lost three days of productivity because I crammed a five day hike into three days.
That being said, the hike was amazing. Kalalau is the most beautiful place on the planet. Check out the amazing photos from the Na’Pali Coast and, of course, a video of the hike…