Moving Things Around
Note: There won’t be many updates until the beginning of October but I wanted to go ahead and get things moved around so I could start sharing my #100DaysOfFitness updates. I also switched back to the Twenty Seventeen theme so I have some tweaking to do. I know some things aren’t showing up correctly just yet, so I appreciate your patience as I get those fixed.
Aloha and welcome to GeoffreyShilling.com. I’ve gone back and forth for a while on how to organize my content. I’ve been playing around with having several sites to keep things more focused and use this site as a general landing page. I really don’t need (or want) three personal sites to maintain. Then I remembered why I have this site: to share whatever I want. This is my personal site. I’m not trying to become a professional blogger or anything, so I stopped worrying and threw everything on a single site.
“You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose. You’re on your own. And you know what you know. And you are the one who’ll decide where to go.”Dr. Seuss, Oh, The Places You’ll Go!
Life in General
Current Focus [More to come later]:
- Fitness: The ultimate goal is to be a parent that can keep up with my kids and teach them healthy habits at a young age. We also have a physical readiness test in the Navy Reserve twice a year. My goal is to continually improve my score until I’m at the maximum amount for my age group. We are also losing the enlisted member that runs the program and I wouldn’t mind stepping up to fill her shoes. That is going to require an “excellent” score on our test. I also started P90X3 on July 24.
- Recipes: I want to start finding easy, healthy recipes. With a busy schedule, I’m probably going to focus on crockpot and freezer meals. This is especially true now that the kids are back in school. Years ago I had started a site with recipes and kept it more for our use than anything else. That’s where some of the recipes on here came from and that will be the main purpose of sharing them. I’ve been having the kids each pick a recipe and make (or help make) one meal each week and this is an easy place to keep known good recipes.