Monthly Archives: March 2018

Hitting the Wall – Light Days and Heavy Days

By Harry Hodge Today is going to be a “heavy day.” You know how I know? It’s a Thursday. For more than a year now, I’ve been doing “heavy” Tuesdays and Thursdays, as well as recently Wednesdays sometimes. This dates … Continue reading

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Saigon: Why A Year Here Became Seven

By Harry Hodge Saigon isn’t for everybody. Especially when they look at other cities in Asia to find their fortune. Sexier destinations tend to be your classic “Rat Race” cities: Tokyo; Seoul; Shanghai. Gleaming glass towers and bankers and modern … Continue reading

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Daddy Daycare: Multitasking to the Max

By Harry Hodge We knew Granny was gonna leave sooner or later. But we spent the next few days reeling from her departure. No sooner did she hop on the airplane that Saturday than my daughter Cherry started running a … Continue reading

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Why getting stressed is, ultimately, pointless

By Harry Hodge That’s right. You read the title. Getting stressed is pointless. Not to say, it won’t happen. Not everyone looks at things in the same way. We all view everything informed by our own personality/wants/objectives: Success; relationships; the … Continue reading

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Heat toast Knights with eye on postseason

By Harry Hodge Is it rainy season in Saigon? Moses Morgan seemed to think so. The gunslinger made it rain with an astounding eight bombs from three-point land and 30 points overall as the Saigon Heat stomped the visiting CLS … Continue reading

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