I'm a member of class 006 over at StrenuousLife.co and part of our daily check-in we have to verify if we've 1) Done a good deed for the day and 2) Been physically active for at least 60 minutes. I haven't had a hard time logging either as I like to think I'm a genuinely giving man. But, I decided I'm going to write down the things that I did during the day that was a good deed. Public accountability and all of that!

I don't feel the need to backlog - I will just start from today.

10-3-17 Took our 2-year-old from clinging to my wife's legs and played with her.

Who knew you have to teach a water dog how you swim? (2nd picture is where he tried to drown me!)

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When I was in my early 20's I became a bit of a health nut. So much so I kind of alienated some friends and family from my life because I was a bit fanatical. I don't think I was quite fanatical - I would still eat pretty much anything put in front of me, but I just tried to make sure it was the right stuff that was put in front of me. But because of the way that I talked about things I guess I was a bit of a downer with my, "I eat awesomely and am awesome" kind of attitude.