I bit the bullet and bought Battle for Azeroth, the newest expansion for World of Warcraft. I wasn’t planning to go back to the game this time, but old habits die hard, and I have friends to make it a healthy, fun experience.
I’ve been blogging for a decade, and I have learned enough the hard way that I want to share some of the lessons I’ve learned from blogging during that time.
Earlier this year (or maybe it was late last year — I don’t remember), I decided to transition away from the Geek Fitness brand into a new one: RunningShoes.tv. I think that was an oopsie, so I’m back and gonna be better than ever.
Geektitude was added to the Geek to Geek podcast network and we’re doing #yogaeverydamnday
My favorite geek and nerd fitness blogs, podcasts, YouTube channels, and Instagram accounts. Now go make some fitgeek friends!
I avoided LEGO video games for years, but later titles have improved the series so that the exploration, combat, and pacing is so much better. I’m all in.
Looking back, I think it’s kind of fun that one of my earliest and fondest memories involves two of my favorite things—video games (technically) and running
Book 3 in my science fiction trilogy, the Technomage Archive, has been released in audiobook and is available on Amazon and Audible
Until I went to Hogwarts, I weighed 310 pounds. Now, I’m 170 after changing my lifestyle based on what I learned there.
Buying for the the geeks is hard, so you need this handy-dandy nerdy gift guide. But you probably aren’t just surrounded by geeks, but fitness fanatics, too