Jeff is reclaiming his unique digital identity with a sense of clarity.

Archive for March, 2013

The TRUE TRIFORCE

I’ll probably edit this post or make a new post explaining this post in the next 48 hours or so to explain the reason for posting this more…

TRUE TRIFORCE THEORY/IDEA/GOAL/CONCEPT…

visualization technique… transforming negative to positive ideas … idea from over at http://www.stevepavlina.com/blog/2006/04/how-to-squash-negative-thought-patterns/

Power of 45. Goal with diabetics food planning and loosing weight/weight maintenance with blood sugar levels, etc = 45 carbs per meal.

Food Pyramid bogus…

45+45+45 = 135 degrees.

visualization techinique involving yourself as Link holding up the triforce… food balancing.. 3 meals a day…

May not add another post or explanation since the above may explain it all really.. amazing what short little lines can do vs long winded posts sometimes… lol. Ok, maybe will add some visuals later…

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another S to add to the the no S diet – “Should”

http://www.artofmanliness.com/2011/01/24/dont-should-all-over-yourself/

Stop “shoulding” yourself!


inspiration – speed model

Awesome little video I found on youtube showing someone modeling in 3d with lightwave:

I really need to get back in to Lightwave. I might start doing some stuff with it in 30 minute bursts from time to time to get back at it a little. I’m still on version 9.6 so am a bit behind the times, but it does the job for now.

Eventually, I wouldn’t mind learning blender, but it’s got a gui that will take some getting used to. Who knows maybe there’s a online learning class for it somewhere? I have a book or two on it, but it’s still hard to learn. I’m still in the Canvas Network Social Media Class right now, and loving it. I signed up for a few other freebie classes there and at a few other similar places. I actually have http://www.class-central.com/ as a home page tab nowadays so I don’t miss sign ups. Not sure I’ll have time to do all these classes, but they are pretty fun, and free, so it’s definitely worth giving a try. Really makes you think and learn new things, even on topics you may already know a heck of a lot about.


5th day after the accident

5th day after the stairwell accident/incident. I guess today’s the first time I posted about it here?… One of the muscles in my calf tightened up coming down a stairwell last Tuesday. It caused me much pain and my Department’s Assistant Manager took me to the urgent care right after it happened. Since it was technically during a lunch break they are not considering it work comp. However, I have had the last few days off of work with sick time.

Finally started getting off of the crutches yesterday. I see a doctor for follow up Tuesday Night. There is still some pain in the leg, but I got on it to walk a little yesterday and has my amazing massage therapist help it a little with a deep tissue massage. Still a little sore today, but the soreness is more dull and achy rather than sharp unnerving pain like it was the first few days. On the first day I could put no weight on it. On the third day I was able to put about 25% weight on it. Yesterday I was walking without the crutches a little. It still was sore yesterday if I had too long of a stride. If the left foot goes too far back the calf hurts like hell and starts spasms a little. Stretching and massage for the next few days I think. I will likely not use too many stairwells and will stick to elevators for at least a week.

My mind asks me why these things keep happening to me every time I’m ready to go gung ho on exercise. I’m wondering if it’s some sort of curse from the anti-exercise gods or something… First there was the knife stab about last September… then the hernia in December or so… Now this in late February. Whatever it is, I will persevere! No major exercise for at least another week or two probably, but I will keep at it, slowly recovering. All of these battle scars just make me want to get healthier, so maybe they are good things ultimately. I will persevere! I will persevere!…


a few doodles today


Inspiration – Carol Nelson

http://carolnelsonfineart.com/works


Inspiration – Max Hayslette and Richard Diebenkorn

http://www.maxhayslette.com/mainhtm/generalframe.htm

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http://www.wikipaintings.org/en/richard-diebenkorn/interior-with-book


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