Month: January 2010

Geocache Diet – Day 2

994 Geocaches – 2487km on foot – 100lbs – 363 Days! That’s a bit better.  Today I attempted 4 caches and found all four.  I did not waste nearly as much time looking for caches today as I did yesterday and I didn’t have to make the tough decisions to give up and move along.  I hate giving up on… Read more →

Geocache Diet – Day 1

998 Geocaches – 2494km on foot – 100lbs – 364 Days! I had my official weigh-in this morning marking the start of the Geocache Diet.  I am not comfortable stating my current weight as it is a sensitive subject to us out of shape folk.  It was pretty intimidating today as I was staring at the scale and seeing 100lbs… Read more →

Geocache Diet – Day 0

Oh….the day before the day it begins.  You can almost taste the excitement in the air as tomorrow I begin my journey towards my ideal weight.  There are so many questions to be unanswered, so many adventures to experience, and so many stories yet to be told.  I’m sorry….. I got a bit carried away.  Today is just the day… Read more →

Changes to FamilyNavigation.com

Martin and Lisa are proud to announce that we will be making some content changes to FamilyNavigation.com.  After writing the blog, Balanced Family Life Review – 6 Months On, we realized that we had a lot we wanted to accomplish this year.  We decided that we should come up with some challenges based around these goals and write about them.  Here… Read more →

Warming Climate = More Bugs

Here is a interesting article I thought would be great for discussing with kids. Our daughter is a budding young Entomologist.  At the age of four she has a great love of all things BUG.  For her I will post this link, she is too young to really understand it yet, but older kids will and I hope they get something… Read more →

The Inefficiency of Kids

I have a great arrangement right now.  I am working with my wife at home on a couple fun business ideas and I get to spend a lot time with of our kids.  We have created the framework for the balanced family lifestyle we wanted.  There is one thing however that has been hard for me with this arrangement.  Kids are… Read more →