Nice to meet you. I’m Beej. I’m a runner, a geek, a writer, and an editor. I am also completely and insufferably excitable. And when I’m excited about something, I want to talk about it. So let’s talk about…
I am 39, and I intend on running the Dopey Challenge at Walt Disney World for my 40th birthday. You’re going to get a lot of training updates as I go through the craziness of preparing my body for 48.6 miles in 4 days. Even better…you’ll get to witness the aftermath when that comes. (Wait, that means I will, too…yikes!)
I’ve been running for 11 years now, and I get really excited about it. I want to talk to you about how I went from the nerdy kid who sat in the little league dugout with a book in my hand to the nerdy man running down the street listening to a D&D Actual Play Podcast.
And running shoes. There will be a lot of running shoe talk. I love running shoes. So much.
Not only do I DM two weekly games of Dungeons & Dragons Fifth Edition, but I also create quite a bit of D&D content that you can use at your own table (available on DMs Guild). I kinda love D&D.
So let’s talk about murder hobos, actually using dragons in our dungeons, and why not every bard has to be a lecherous stereotype.
Oh, and I will send you discount codes for my stuff and do giveaways of cool stuff, too, when I can.
A decade ago, I lost 155 pounds. And I kind of want to talk about that, too. If you’re going through that struggle (and it is real, y’all), I want to help you through it if I can. I want to be here for you like so many have been for me. You can do this.
Then at the same time, work through some of my own as I lose the Pandemic 30 that I put back on.
Video Games, LEGO, and All Kinds of Geekery!
But Mostly…Running, D&D, and Weight Loss
If that sounds awesome, then roll initiative. I mean…subscribe and join the community! I can’t wait to be your new DM, best friend, weight loss partner, and running buddy.
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