MAIL Hey runners, does this sound familiar? You love running so much that in your spare time, if you are not actually out running, you are talking about running, reading about running, shopping for running shoes and gear, looking up running advice online…you get the idea.
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Thanks for your feedback. NolaMar Replied on January 23, I came looking for answers to the same exact question. I also use File History to back up to an external hd.
I didn't look in every one but many contained DNG files from my "preview" file of my photo editing software library. Thought I had solved the problem when I deleted all those files, and told FH not to back up that file any longer.
Yesterday I had freaked when discovering that almost half of my music was missing on the BU drive. I don't get this at all. It does not seem to be consistent. I still end up with several versions in many of the folders even after doing the clean up.
I only want ONE version on the back up drive. Wish I could tell it to only copy NEW files, not keep making duplicates of everything.
My last complaint, as someone else mentioned, is how many folders I have to click through on the back up drive to get to a folder. The file paths are way, way too long. PS I like your icon, John.So because running is life, to write about running is to write about life, and to write about my life is to write about that second transformation as well, into darkness and then back out into the light, at a .
I think Rich’s overview is very good. For people looking at joining, I think one extra piece of advice that I gave my younger brother several years ago when he was first looking to .
This is the first marathon training cycle since I’ve been blogging where I didn’t really blog and post updates of my weekly training.
It was a busy fall and blogging was at the bottom of the priority list. Perhaps you are developing your leadership skills by running group projects, or you plan to attend a series of leadership conferences, or you are pursuing a specialized management certification. Although I have just completed my LPN certification, my long-term goal is to take my nursing career to its highest level by eventually earning my.
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“In pursuing the mental side of endurance, Jurek uncovers the most important secrets any runner can learn.”—Amby Burfoot. The history of running is a bit “hit and miss” really.
It would seem as if recreational running and jogging just popped up out of nowhere in the last 20 or 30 years and took the world by storm It would seem as if recreational running and jogging just popped up out of nowhere in the last 20 or 30 years and took the world by storm.