A short one today, at 324 words. A new twist. A Weekend Edition.
You’ve probably noticed that I post once per week. Usually on a Monday or Tuesday, and I’ve been doing it for the past two years.
One Post. Every Single Week.
Today, I decided to try something new. (we should all do that from time to time, right?)
A second post of the week. A Weekend Edition. I hope you like the variety. Let me know what you think in the comments (BTW, I LOVE the comment discussions on my posts, thank you all who participate. If you haven’t yet, try it today! It’s fun!)
A Special Edition
From time to time, I may interject a randomly-timed post wearing the “Weekend Edition” banner.
These will be short.
These will be personal.
These won’t talk about money.
Bear with me if you’re a “Money Reader” (most of you are!!)! These Weekend Editions will always be a supplement to, rather than a displacement of, my primary content of Helping People Achieve A Great Retirement.
So with that…..here we go…..our first Weekend Edition:
54 Years, 54 Minutes
Last week, I celebrated by 54th trip around the Sun. Happy Birthday to me! (and thanks for all of the great notes from my many friends, you know who you are!)
Tonight, I ran for 54 minutes and 01 seconds.
54 Years, and 54 Minutes.
A few years ago, I set a personal challenge to run my “Age In Minutes” every year around my birthday. When I turned 50, I ran 50 minutes, 51 at 51, and so on. A friend of mine asked me last week if I’d run my “Birthday Run” this year, and it triggered me to action.
So…tonight, I ran 54 minutes, for 54 years.
I was excited about it, and posted this on Facebook:
Find something to give you short term motivation.
Your life will be better.
Try Running/Walking Your Age In Minutes, every birthday.
It Works For Me.
It’ll Work For You.