Beach Walk 622 – The Sweetness of Sleep

Sleep. Sleep is the nectar of the week! Get some if you can.

I watched an episode of Sixty Minutes explaining how interrupted or insufficient sleep can lead to premature aging. Many people have been making fun of the death by blogging article in the NY Times but the underlying story included people who feel the need to be up 24/7 (internet time) to stay at the top of their game.

Hawaiian word:
Hiamoe: sleep
Hiamoe iki: nap

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Beach Walk 583 – Flexible Formulas

I’ve had this darn cold for two weeks now and it’s having a hard time going away. Mind you, I have not been helping it!

Working late, adding more to my work load for some time-sensitive projects, keeping up with the day job instead of taking a day or two off to rest or even taking a nap now and then!

But part of the fun of being a grown up is I get to reject my own advice now and then and push hard for things I really want to accomplish.

Hawaiian Word:
Holuholu: flexible

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Beach Walk 35 – Spring Sunshine

I think today qualifies as a miracle.

h3. About Today’s Show

A while back we recorded two shows in one day, thinking it would be nice to have a little backup. Today it came in handy, as the digital video camera broke. So we recorded a brief intro with my small Olympus (mostly still) camera, and plopped it in front of the back up show we had in the can! The only inaccuracy is that today the water was still closed due to contamination, whereas I am fresh from swimming in the show in the can. I suspect you’ll forgive the slight time shifting of the content.

What makes a miracle? Many things I believe. But I want to thank you the viewers as I am convinced that you have been sending us good vibes over here to Hawaii, and we have felt them.

Otherwise, easy summary for this show. Feeling cranky? Take a nap or get some rockin’ good sleep.

Hawaiian words
Hana mana miracle
Moe: sleep

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Beach Walk 19 – Sun and Sleep

E komo mai to show number 19 of Beach Walks with Rox.

What a gorgeous morning! The sun is out and I slept for 10+ hours. Life is good. Question: Do you want this show available in Windows Media Player? Leave a comment and tell me what you think!

About Today’s Show:

I got an email from a gentleman named Cal, chiding me ever so kindly not to complain about the Hawai’i weather – after all he said, “you are walking barefoot in the sand.” Of course he is correct. But it’s a much more entertaining story if you watch the show for my response. Plus you’ll see that my secret editor has done a marvelous job today! (I chided him every so kindly as well…)

Hawaiian words
Lā kahikole: early morning sun
Lā kahikū: sun before noon
Moe awakea: sleep late

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