Tag: Challenge

Mary Katharine Ham and Lyndsey Fifield are back with all your challenge suggestions—and a deep conversation about WHY people love paying to suffer in the name of fitness, how to take care of your body and train for big fitness events (from a Tough Mudder to a marathon), and how to know which friends you should push to do things they don’t want to do… and which friends to leave the heck alone. And maybe—maybe—the ladybrains have finally picked their challenge for 2019… AND 2020.

Mentioned on the episode:
The (Free, Printable) Habit Tracker: https://bit.ly/2Yr53jo.
Our hilarious episode “Hiking the Maryland Challenge—42 Miles in 24 Hours” from 2018: https://apple.co/2SC0AVD.

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After reading St. Salieri‘s excellent Feb. 4 post, What if Conservatism Doesn’t Work?, I was reminded of a passage from Chapter 1 of Charles Hill’s Grand Strategies. (Ricochet’s Book Club selection for 2016.) The post and passage connected me back to the Iliad, which many of us read last year. The post, passage, and Iliad bring me […]

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Around this time last year I put out a call to make 2015 a year in Bloom. The idea was to read Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind and post your thoughts at any time during the year. (If you are new to Ricochet and missed last year’s call, there’s still time to participate. […]

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Happy New Year, Ricofriends! Just before Christmas, I issued a challenge to read Allan Bloom’s The Closing of the American Mind and as you do (or after you do) post something. A thought, a question, a thorough analysis. Whatever strikes your fancy. Any time during 2015. Many have accepted. This should be quite a conversation. […]

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