Hello internet friends!
Those who hit the paths for 150 minutes or more a week, or who were particularly speedy, clipping off six-minute miles or better, lived longer than those who didn’t run. But they didn’t live significantly longer those who ran the least, including people running as little as five or 10 minutes a day at a leisurely pace of 10 minutes a mile or slower.
I’m not even all that sure if “living longer” should really be the goal, to be honest.
I am quite tempted to get one of those quadcopters with a camera. Posts like this are not helping.
I want to believe everyone’s motives are pure, even though I honestly don’t even know that about my own motives.
I want to believe that I can have absolute confidence that neither I nor any other people around me are horrible. Cards Against Humanity is built on that wishful thinking.
I have honestly given up on that, which is freeing in its own way.
Have a good day, folks.