The other day, my wife, an animal activist and environmentalist, got an e-mail from the National Wildlife Federation, with the subject line, "Don't Let Ohio's Sen. Brown Turn Against Wildlife."
Dear Friends, Fans and Foes,
Not much to report this week. I weighed myself Jan. 14 and tipped the scales at 289 pounds (from 303 pounds).
It is the NFL postseason. Usually, I would be knee-high in chicken wings, but the new me only had a handful of peanuts. This past week in the gym was better.
Week Two is off to a good start. I weighed in for the first week and I lost 5.5 pounds. My six-day workout seems to be paying off.
New city commissioner Dick Brady talks government; Funcoast.com editor Ashley Bethard talks sneak preview on 2011 Readers Choice Awards; and sr.com editor Jason Singer talks about Boston.
The Cleveland Plain Dealer reported today that Sandusky native Jon Gruden has taken himself out of the search for a new Browns coach.
This week was my first week of dieting and working out. So far, so good, I think.
My first day at the gym could have been a little better. I was unprepared, you could say. I didn't bring a water bottle and left all my post-workout things at home.
I’m off to a great start! The one thing I learned this first week that is the best advice I can give to others is that "IT'S ALL MENTAL!"
Hello Friends, Fans and Foes,
I have been training now for four full days and have already lost 10 pounds. I started at 303 pounds and now I'm down to 293 pounds. I never thought that I would say I'm down to 293!
I have been writing about the Internet, reading about the Internet and playing with Internet projects for many years, and I've never read a better book about the Net than Douglas Rushkoff's new book,
As I blogged earlier, there has been speculation that Sandusky native Jon Gruden, who grew up a Browns fan, might become the team's next coach in the wake of Eric Mangini's
Here's the lineup for the area's No.1 and only local talk show:
Steven M. Davidoff writes the "Deal Professor" blog for the New York
Times. I interviewed him when I was writing about Apollo Global
My name is Troy Keegan. I am a known ex-athlete from the Sandusky area and now I am a police officer. I am a 6-foot, 290-pound, 40-year-old who needs some discipline installed into my life.
My name is Natalie Johnson. I am 32 years old and obese. I am happily married with two kids (along with two stepchildren). They are the reason, along with my health and self desire, that I’m writing you today for help.
My name is Jacob Mohr and I’m 22 years old and I have been overweight for as long as I can remember.
The reason why I want to do the FIT Challenge is that as I stated earlier, I can’t remember when I was not overweight.
The good guys often lose, but sometimes they get a few good licks in first.
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