Sandcurves is a personal blog, and I talk about anything here.  So, if you're looking for something to read, the best place to look is the sandcurves.com/post/categories/ page. 

Social Media Platforms, What I Use And Why

Posted on August 21, 2014

I just read How To Choose A Social Network by Kevan Lee on the Bufferapp blog. 

It was hard to resist not writing almost a full blog post just in the comment section.  So, this post is just an attempt to scratch that itch. 

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6 Serious Things Blogging Taught Me About Guiding, Business and Life

Posted on August 20, 2014

Blogging is very easy

Open your editor or whatever you use to do the writing, cough up some words, and hit save/publish and you've blogged.  Right?

Well, let me clarify.  That's not blogging.  Blogging is publishing.  Blogging is marketing.  Blogging is socializing.  And successful blogging is hard work. 


Blogging Admin Page

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How To Get Back Into Your Workout After A Break, 20 Techniques

Posted on August 19, 2014



Sorry, this post wasn't written for you


A big part of my life now is guiding tours on the road in Namibia

Sometimes, when I get back I have no problem getting back into my workout routine.  But if I've been on a long tour, it takes me a while. 

This blog post is about gathering my ammunition, getting out all the motivation I can squeze together to get pumped to get my workout rocking again. 

So, this post is for me.  But you can read it if you like.  Especially if you'll comment afterwards with some of your workout motivation tricks! 


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How I Changed Comment System Without Loosing My Old Comments

Posted on August 18, 2014

This post is of interest to the Django people. 

I don't really remember why, but I have Disqus as my comment system on my company website.  On Sandcurves.com I've used Intensedebate

So, to be more consistent, I thought I'd change this one to Disqus as well. 


Disqus comments

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Keep Walking

Posted on August 17, 2014

The last two tours that I did were very different. 

In the July trip I had two guys, well into their sixties, and we walked every chance we got.  We hiked right down the Fish River Canyon on a day outing, and even canoed down the Orange River. 

The next trip I did for another company and it was a typical Namibia tour.  We did very little walking at all

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