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  • Feeling stressed-out? anxious?  Need a place to connect?  My favorite motivational speaker(I don't like that word!) Mel Robbins has daily check-ins where she shares great advice on how to cope and deal with these times of uncertainty. Check her out here
  • Your running race got canceled? Here's some good info on how to keep training and stretch your training if your  goal race got postened or canceled
  • Having trouble falling asleep? Here are 15 things you can do now to help.

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  • The Gravel Cyclist "Look". Been thinking about getting into gravel cycling? Take a look at this short and funny (but oh so true) article about how to look like a "real" gravel cyclist

  • Your Best Decade Ever. I recently started doing a 31-day program called Best Decade Ever, by Mel Robbins. On this (free) program, she encourages and guides people not only to dream big but also create the opportunities and plan to make those dreams happen over the next 10 years.. The program started on January 6th. You can sign up here

  • Australian Wildfire Relief Efforts. It's so heartbreaking to see what is happening in Australia these days. Click here to learn how you can help.

  • Thinking about starting your own home gym? You might find this article interesting. I've personally started with some dumbbells, a kettle bell and a medicine ball. What do you think about #9? Pretty interesting what you can do with an old backpack!

  • Thoughts on intermittent fasting. I've been doing some intermittent fasting over the last 4 months now. I do it 3-times a week (following the 16/8 rule) I really like it, not only because I've lost some weight, but also because I feel more focused. I recently saw a video from the Joe Rogan Podcast where the guest(Dr Peter Attia) talks about the benefits of IF. I thought it was pretty interesting! 
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