@gregmoore that’s great to hear!
@gregmoore that’s great to hear!
@gregmoore beautiful view!
@Denny Absolutely perfect weather! Fun trail with many different views.
@pimoore Thanks for sharing this, great points and thoughts to consider.
@jabel I am :-)
@Denny What a journey! Thanks for sharing all of that, I hope you are able to continue enjoying it!
We'll be going out today for our first "official" ride together, the trail he is interested in trying is a 20 mile loop.
@Ddanielson Really enjoying it so far!
@ndreas Yep, it is a gravel bike!
@Denny Currently I'm just getting back into it. I haven't rode since 2013 or so...sad state of affairs! Got a gravel bike so that I can do road rides with my friends who prefer pavement, but then also feel like I can do trail type riding with my son who is more interested in exploring. I'm just excited to have one again, and one that is a perfect fit. Working it into my routine to start, doing daily morning rides along the river, just 8 miles, to clear the mind :-)
@Denny Oh, please share any tips you may have! Will likely need to work our way up to multi-day, but it is something we are both interested in doing. He's going to be 10 in August and has phenomenal endurance...eager to begin adventuring with him.
@odd it is!!
@richhowell I'm strictly tracking only the activities that matter most or that I am curious about: work, family, and "personal" time (journaling, reading, exercise, etc). Within the work category I track against different types of work, i.e. "admin", "website", "actual leather working" etc so that I can eventually see trends that could be delegated to others and so on. On the family end this is just a timer, not tracking specifics of any kind, just when we are together, this helps me to see that while I do work a lot my family is not pushed to the side at all, I'm actually doing a good job at making sure they are prioritized.
@pcora the tool itself or the practice?
@ridwan I enjoyed the first episode!
@gregmoore Yep, something like that! Could have used this exact solution many times for beach rentals. Those keys always found a way of hiding more than once.
@gregmoore yep, absolutely! The current strap length is long enough for me to wear it like that but one size does not fit all for cross body items… I need the solution to be quickly adjustable, testing out with sliding knots… not sure of the exact name.
@multifactor currently using and designed as a key pack, but it could certainly be used for carrying other small items!
@gregmoore I.e. cross-body? Goal is a simple solution to make it adjustable…experimenting currently :-)
@mbkriegh I think so too :-) ordering now!
@cygnoir exactly!! Anything small would fit! And having it worn around the neck is more comfortable than weighing down pockets, at least so far :-) a few tweaks to make, as always, on the next one but I’m happy with this initial prototype.
@yorrike nothing but pixies and fairy dust, in my opinion.
@jean Registered! If possible to also have a m.b sticker sent along as-well, the MacBook needs it badly...oh, and micro presentations, what's the process for that?
@toddgrotenhuis Same :-)
@meandering agreed! is what I carry when out and about. Phone on the left, notebooks/cash/etc in the large pocket on the right. Stitched on top of that is a smaller pocket for cards/ID/etc. I clip a pencil and flashlight into the middle. Folds shut perfectly.
@ericmwalk I need to work on the feed to only get replies to me…enjoying this setup overall though! Nice to back in RSS :-)