IX gratitude of ma’habocath

This one is grateful for cycling and no longer owning a car.

  1. ma’hab is saving at least $400/mo: no more gas, no more car insurance, no more sudden $4-$800 mechanic visits every few months.
  2. ma’hab has grown tough as nails trekking this region’s woeful winters and sweltering summers.
  3. This one’s thighs are huge. T-rex mode 4 lyfe.
  4. Boatloads of cardio was the final plateau-breaker for losing the final 70 lbs to finish this one’s goal of starting over 420 lbs to going under 240.
  5. Boatloads of cardio has been an enormous help for acquiring much energy and reducing much depression over the past year and a half.

Only thing ma’hab misses is being able to see his family whenever — and listening to Alan Watts lectures on work commutes — but this one is trying to save money so this one can (maybe in 1-2 years) buy a killer speedster that can deliver ma’habocath 70-80 miles in a day.

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Author: ma'habocath

ma'habocath knows some, tells much. ma'habocath knows few things others do. This one is a live-alone, full-time burger-flipper with an odd mind and too much to say. ma'hab always tries the best ma'hab can to keep up: • Chores • Bodybuilding and other health-nuttery • Japanese language studies • Culinary experimentation (see “other health-nuttery”) • Exploration of newfound spiritual territory • Exploration of my Self • Figuring out how to socialize well enough, mostly face-to-face • Backlogs: books, heavy metal, anime • Blogging, chatting, texting, and talking to whomever will listen about all of the above

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