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The glory days are not always what you think they are

I got my gripe session about the travails of 2019 out of the way yesterday. Now it’s time to look ahead to 2020. Let’s spare each other the obvious cliches about “vision” and “seeing clearly.” I’m sure we’ll find plenty … Continue reading

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In sleep we trust to help us run and ride

A few days ago we considered the tarsnake of the common cold and how to avoid it. The subject of sleep was purposely left out of that article. It is obvious that waking rest is an important component in effective … Continue reading

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