Three Bullet Thursday 4/21/16

Swiped from Tim Ferris’s 5-Bullet Friday, I’m doing my own Three Bullet Thursday. These are 3 things I’m thinking about this week…

1. What you should do after this Saturday’s  SRSC community hike up Taylor Mountain: stop by the Rivertown Classic Weightlifting Meet at Myles Ahead Fitness in Petaluma.

The meet starts at 9 am and runs all day until at least 6 pm – and you can drop by for any portion of the day to see some great lifting!

Rivertown 16Here’s a rundown of the times that each weight class will begin:

Weight Category:                                   Lifting Begins

35k-53kg Women:                                  9:00am

35-69kg Men                                          10:30pm

58-63kg Women                                    12:00pm

77-85kg Men:                                         1:30pm

69-75+kg Women:                                  3:00pm

94-105+kg Men:                                      4:30pm

Do stop by and check it out – it’s free to watch!

2. My favorite find at the farmers market as of late: Salmon BELLIES!

salmonO.M.G. These babies are cheaper than salmon fillets or steaks – at just $10.99/pound – and they are so deliciously fatty. I’ve been slow cooking them in the oven, then breaking up the meat to make into salmon cakes. They are so emollient they need a bit of dry binder to make them into cakes. My sister says she cooks these with rice and all the fatty goodness runs into the rice like a sauce. Amazing.

3. The book I’ve been telling everyone to read this month: Living Forward by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy.


The premise is pretty straight-forward: design your life with the end in mind. To begin, you ask yourself (and answer) three powerful questions:

1) How do I want to be remembered?

2) What matters most?

3) How can I get from here to where I want to be?

There are many more exercises in the book, and ultimately, you use what you come up with to make a life plan. I highly recommend this book, and would love to hear from you if you get the book and follow through with the work, as I did.

That’s it for this week. Until next time…