Digestable #15: How to Keep Your Edge as You Get Older, 5 Tips from the Father of Kettlebell, A Farewell to Arms, Depression and Faith

Comrades! Welcome to another edition of Digestable, the short, weekly email where I share information, ideas, and what’s new with me. This email was sent to subscribers on May 2nd, 2021. Let’s dig in: How to Keep Your Edge as You Get Older: Vic Verdier is a “physical polymath” with a list of credentials a mile long.Continue reading “Digestable #15: How to Keep Your Edge as You Get Older, 5 Tips from the Father of Kettlebell, A Farewell to Arms, Depression and Faith”

Book Notes: A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemmingway

Published in 1929, A Farewell to Arms is thought to be a semi-autobiographical depiction of Hemmingway‘s experience as an ambulance driver for the Italian Army during the Italian campaign of WW1, and having his heart broken by an English nurse. This book checked off a few boxes for me: an anything-but-boring Nobel Prize-winning author withContinue reading “Book Notes: A Farewell to Arms by Ernest Hemmingway”