The Star Wars half-marathon was one of the most fun experiences I’ve ever had. I absolutely understand why people say runDisney races are different now. Especially the Star Wars races.
The second day of getting up between 2 and 2:30 am was a little rougher. Not bad, but after having put a pretty solid day in at Hollywood Studios, my alarm wasn’t the best sound I’d ever heard.
We did like everyone said to: use the runDisney 5k to get the main character photos we wanted. BB-8, Artoo, Phasma, and Chewie are our buddies now.
It started with a random text message. And ended with one of the most wonderful, happy, and memorable weekends of my life.
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.
The Jedi Code teaches knowledge, peace, harmony. You can apply its teachings to your life and training through running, yoga, mindfulness, and meditation.
Mike Sweetman guest posts today to let us in on his Jedi Mind Trick to mindfulness and wellness so that we can unplug from our phones and plug into our lives.
Since I can’t run, I’ve found a true love of experimenting with kettlebells, cycling, and yoga.
Jedi are in crazy shape, but how do they get that way? I say Yoda does a lot of yoga, gymnastics, and/or CrossFit.
Geeks and jocks don’t have to be polar opposites. They’re not mutually exclusive. People can be more than one thing. Nerds can be athletes and vice versa.