🚃☕️ Ticket to Ride + Pu erh session 🥑🍞 Grain-free avocado toast lunch 🏃♂️ 10K run ⚾️ Watched Chris Sale throw 17Ks 🍔🍫🍰 Awesome dinner + grain-free chocolate torte birthday cake 📌🎾🕹️ Played some pinball 💯 Turning 45 was not so bad!
Happy Bike to Work Day from sunny … er, rainy Santa Cruz!
May reading list is set! Currently, an advance of A Hero Born by Jin Yong and Best. Movie. Year. Ever. by @BrianRaftery. Then diving into @tcboyle, Richard Powers, Ted Chiang + Breach by @eliotpeper release on my birthday!
One more for #StarWarsDay2019: Battleship Potemkin -> Throne of Blood -> The Godfather -> Episode III: Revenge of the Sith #MayTheFourthBeWithYou https://www.gotostepone.com/post/finding-the-rise-of-skywalker/#epiii
In honor of #StarWarsDay2019 I updated my post on the films that inspired Star Wars. Check out. The Third Man -> The Searchers (with caveat) -> Lawrence of Arabia -> Episode II: Attack of the Clones https://www.gotostepone.com/post/finding-the-rise-of-skywalker/#epii
Floating in a dreamlike state right now. Colonoscopy results 1yr after 16th surgery,
💯 No active disease
💯🎉 No inflammation
💯🎉💪 SES-CD score: 0
💯🎉💪😎 “Deep remission”
#beatCrohns #autoimmuneathlete #ketosis #mitochondriac
I have a scope tomorrow 1yr since my 16th surgery and Crohn’s declared “in remission”. Lots of emotions, but I’ve had an exceptional year:
🚴♂️Biked from SF to LA
🚴♂️🏃♂️🏊♂️ Competed in 2 Tris
🏃♂️ Ran a 10K race
🧮 Became an ed-tech co-founder
👧 Teenage daughter came to live with us
Being an effective co-founder + athlete seems like a puzzle whose pieces weren’t made to go together (I want them to!)—Michael Brandt @bdm_tastemakers, co-founder of HVMN talks about his training for Boston and reflects on the support of his colleagues. https://hvmn.com/podcast/road-to-boston-ft-michael-brandt?r=kzbhpeln
If you picked up an actual paper @nytimes this Sunday, you got a gem of an illustrated short science fiction story—BETTER VERSIONS OF YOU—by the venerable Ted Chiang.
One thing I discovered in my Crohn’s -> triathlete journey is, deciding to do something is often the defining factor of accomplishment. This woman with a prosthetic leg ran a 140mi through the desert.
Joshua has spent the better part of twenty years helping founders get from idea to launch and from launch to thriving company. He was the president of an e-commerce platform and helped start an eco-friendly plastic company whose materials are used today across the yoga and shoe industry. In 2012, Joshua was sent on a different kind of journey—a health crisis that had him fighting for his life. With the standard of care not working, he dove deep into researching genetics, the microbiome, mitochondrial health, fasting and ketosis. In 2018 Joshua succeed in hacking his autoimmune disease and emerged an athlete, riding over 2000 miles on a single speed bike and competing in two triathlons.