Author Archives: dlhitzeman

The Rambling Road: You’re not finished until you’re done, or understanding tired

I recently read a quote from a personal trainer that said, “You’re not finished when you’re tired; you’re finished when you’re done.” While I appreciate the sentiment of not quitting until you get to your goal, as someone with a … Continue reading Continue reading

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Readiness: Run to where? Taking an honest look at getting out of Dodge.

One of the central themes of a lot of readiness thinking and training is the notion of bugging out when a disaster strikes. There are a lot of reasons for that fact, mostly driven by people living in urban and suburban areas that are critically unsustainable in a crisis situation. That said, one of my […] Continue reading

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Science and Technology: The Age of the (ubiquitous, big) Screen

As much as many pan the notion, I believe we have entered the Age of the Screen. If you’re the observant type, you’ll notice screens are everywhere. There are multiples in our houses, and not just TVs. How many of us own more than one computer, tablet, and smartphone? I know I’m guilty, and likely […] Continue reading

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My View from the Ramparts: Reintroducing this blog

As you can see from the history, this blog has languished for a while. Well, it will no more. What prompted the absence and the change? It started with the fact that I got really sick two and a half … Continue reading Continue reading

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Wordcraft by Dennis L Hitzeman: Testing, testing

I’m testing out microblogging from various devices to my blogs. Stay tuned…
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