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  • Steps to a Healthier, Safer You
    February 11, 2021 Kelvin Rowlette

    Steps to a Healthier, Safer You

    Recently in a Mike Tyson interview, he said, "I don't look at life as being an age; I look at life as being energy. You don't introduce yourself with how old you are; instead, you talk about what you do, your passions, and interest".  You see, Mike, at 54, was preparing for his next fight. He's able to do this because he believes fitness is a way of life.
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  • Live Free Or Die
    November 15, 2020 Kelvin Rowlette

    Live Free Or Die

    Live Free Or Die is what my license plate said when I was a young man.  It's the motto for the state of New Hampshire, where I grew up.  It's also often listed as the most popular state motto in the country.
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  • Football, Elections, and Thanksgiving
    November 11, 2020 Kelvin Rowlette

    Football, Elections, and Thanksgiving

    As the holiday season rapidly approaches and the number of daily reported cases of Covid-19 rise to unprecedented numbers, it isn't easy to envision hosting Thanksgiving in just a few weeks.
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  • Holding our Breath
    November 4, 2020 Kelvin Rowlette

    Holding our Breath

    As a child, I could never hold my breath very long.  I grew up in Baltimore with three brothers and a sister, and to say we were competitive would be an understatement.
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  • The Power of Your Voice
    November 4, 2020 Kelvin Rowlette

    The Power of Your Voice

    Life, as we know it, around the world, changed forever in 2020.  It's not unfair to say that life for us in the US has been changing steadily over the past four years. 
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  • A Smarter World Ahead
    July 20, 2020 Kelvin Rowlette

    A Smarter World Ahead

    On April 18th, 1906 at 5:12 AM, just 2 miles off the coast of San Francisco an earthquake at a magnitude of 7.9 shook the San Andreas Fault for 25 seconds, resulting in the worst natural disaster in California history then and now. Fires raged for days and in the end, over 3000 people had perished and 80% of the city lay wasted. 
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