Health Blogs

You Can Do It
You Can Do It

There are somewhere in the neighborhood of 80-million blogs on the Internet, and growing daily.

There are 221-million results if you Google “Health Blogs”.

What are all these health-blog people trying to say? Please let me summarize for you:

  1. Dream Big
  2. Get There
  3. Stay There

If your goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

PS. Do your excuses make you stop or make you sick? Mine made me sick. Sick to think that I’m the only one responsible for my actions and I wasn’t doing anything about it, except making excuses.

Excuses be damned.

USATF CEO Doug Logan’s Blog

USATF CEO Doug Logan has a blog called Shin Splints.

Over the weekend, I watched several hours of the US Outdoor National Championships.

There were some great races, in both men’s and women’s events.  No world records.

But overall, these athletes performed well, in qualifying for the World Championships in Berlin, later this year.

The main point I wanted to make is that Doug Logan, the CEO of USATF, has a blog.

Do you have a blog?

OK, do you have a cell phone?  A computer?  A postal mailbox?

Ya with me?

Blogs are free and fairly easy, like anything else, once you practice.

I should know, I have five that I write in every single day.

Obsessive?  Compulsive?  Focused?  Disciplined?

Probably a little bit of “all of the above”.

A little hard to believe?

  1. Mid Life Celebration
  2. Lane 8
  3. jungle jeff
  4. jeff
  5. jeff


  1. LinkedIn
  2. Facebook
  3. You Tube
  4. Twitter

There, I said it.  I’m an over-achiever.  🙂

Like I always say, “I’d rather try and fail, than not try at all”.

Carpe diem, jeff noel  🙂

Lane 8, A Metaphor for Life?

Is Lane 8 a metaphor for life?

It is to me.

It may not be for you.


Here’s the deal. You’re busy. I’m busy. Everybody’s busy.

I get that.

But that fact doesn’t stop me from running and writing.

You know what I think?

I think if you follow this story, it has the power to change your life.



On my LinkedIn profile, where many folks write a typical resume style list of skills, I wrote this:

I give speeches to change the world.

My boss calls me audacious.

I think I’m energetic and funny.

I’m aggressively unfancy.

And on a good day, uncommonly insightful.

I’m also a professional antagonist. .

And I believe, if you’re goal isn’t impossible, you’re not reaching high enough.

Carpe diem, jeff noel, out in Lane 8.