Probably Won’t:

My goal at KN@PPSTER is to average one blog post per day.

This is my 319th post of 2017.

I suppose I could try to knock out 46 posts in the next 12.x days, but I’m not going to do that just to be able to say I got in my 365 for the year.

May Not:

Among my resolutions for 2017 were to log 1,000 miles of bicycle riding and 300 miles of walking on the Charity Miles app, a cool app that lets you turn workouts into charitable donations via sponsors.

Unfortunately, shortly after I announced that goal, the app stopped working on my phone. As soon as I opened it, it would close with an error. After some research, I decided to go with Strava to log my miles … and then I got lazy, both with the logging and the biking/walking.

I don’t know the real numbers, so I don’t know whether or not I’ll make the goals. My educated guess is “no” — that when the year closes out, I will have walked (as workouts) between 180 and 200 miles and biked between 600 and 700. So I’m planning to recycle that goal for 2017.

The other day, I decided to re-install Charity Miles on my phone. The latest version is even nicer than the original, and it’s working on my phone again. So now I’m running Charity Miles and Strava when I walk or ride.

Already Have:

My goal for The Garrison Center was to have its op-eds picked up by mainstream newspapers and non-libertarian political publications at least 1,000 times in 2017. That number is already in the rearview mirror. In fact, I think there’s a better than even chance that it will hit 1,100.

Imported from the original KN@PPSTER