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I have hobbies. Plenty hobbies. Perhaps more hobbies than are good for a single person to have. So, I thought I'd prioritize my hobbies but then I realized, I like them all. That is why I do them. I even am having a hard time with triathlon training, but I put swimming at a priority in my day. I don't want to suck at anything I do. That means putting in the time to try to do it right. So, now I'm going to have to go from a perspective of trying to prioritize what's important, to time management to get the most from all the things I like.

Here it goes - jiujitsu. Yes. Always work on jiujitsu so I don't suck at a fight later on this year. Triathlon. O the bane of my existence, how I still am oddly drawn towards the sprint form. I think I'll be doing maybe one Olympic tri a year and maybe a spattering of sprint tris. Besides, it's a good way for me to get cycling and running into one event - both things I like. Mtb. I miss my mountain bike (his name is Rocky because he's a Rocky Mountain Element). You will likely have to wait until this triathlon is over, which isn't bad because the weather will be prime by then and I'll be in shape vs being out of shape and biking in crap weather like usual.  Crossfit. I will make it to the games at some point. Not this year :( BUT, I can do most of the sessions and I'm getting muscle ups. I can't stop when I'm on a roll like that.
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