The last two months have been a huge struggle. It’s like every morning I wake up check the internet for shit you may like, return 30+ emails, create content for the blog, check all the social media, watch all the new videos, read all the new articles by other bloggers, and then get out of bed and make breakfast.

By the time breakfast is over I reply to all the emails that came in while I was eating. Then it goes on and on and on and on. After working hard on our upcoming race I would just like to say thank you to all the supporters, racers, and  volunteers. Without all of you none of this would be possible.

We have been thinking of a lot of new projects that we would like to do for the blog like video post, bringing cogtalk back, creating a how to section, and doing interviews with the people that we look up to. It’s all about looking forward and turning the ideas into a reality.

The last two weeks I have been sick as a dog and Zoe has been crazy busy working on her dissertation. As of right now we only have 3 months left in London. It’s time to start exploring! Do you ever feel like you are stuck in a rut that has become everyday life? Me too. My “job” as of right now, among other things is to get people to the blog and see what they think. Today lets throw that out the window. TODAY YOU SHOULD GO OUT AND EXPLORE. You never know what could happen tomorrow so take today and do something new!

Sometimes when your life is hectic it’s hard to take time and change it up. In my past I have had a hard time changing things up even when life was not hectic. Most of this comes from fear. Fear of what could happen instead of what is possible. Fear that something won’t work and I will fail. Fear that I will end up broke and starve to death. No matter how outrageous the fear may seem it is very real. So today go out there and do something new. Anything new. It’s Saturday! GIVE IT HELL!

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