Trying out various run/walk trackers. Settling back on WalkMeter because its still the best for me. Then giving up on WalkMeter and sticking with the built-in stuff because it covers all of what I really need
Started up a meditation practice again this month after trying out the Calm app. Really need the daily routine to just slow down for a bit, even if its only 10 minutes a day. One thing I find a bit frustrating, not just with Calm but the idea in general, is the attention to theContinue reading “Meditation Frustration”
As a bit of a follow-up on my previous article about using the Scosche Rhythm+ with iOS I wanted to do a quick write-up about using the Rhythm+ with my GPS/workout app of choice: Walkmeter by Abvio. Walkmeter directly supports a list of devices that unfortunately doesn’t include the Rhythm+. This wasn’t an issue forContinue reading “Using a Scosche Rhythm+ with Walkmeter on iOS”
This post is about the older model of the Scosche armband HR monitor but this very well might apply to the newer Rhythm 24 monitor that took its place. Up until recently I’ve been using the Scosche as a replacement for my Apple Watch (Series 3) HR monitor during workouts. It has better accuracy andContinue reading “Using a Scosche Rhythm+ with iOS”
So that whole “get 10,000 steps a day” thing is just marketing, with no basis in science. Interesting article at The Atlantic. Always had a feeling that was nonsense. Thats about 5 miles a day, more than most people have time for. It’s always really been about just getting moving.
Data backed up. Mac erased. Fresh start with the intent to use it for what it is, a tool, and not let it run my life. Will be very cautious to what I allow on there.
Came across this interesting (if old) article today on Pocket about silence. What I find amusing sometimes is when people do research into the obvious. It should be obvious to everyone that sometimes silence is necessary for healing, recovery, or just plain keeping our sanity. This article felt so timely though because this year I’mContinue reading “Silence is important”