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These Are A Few of My Favorite Things

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These are a few of my favorite things

Nerdy lyrics aside, as it is the eve of 2015, I thought I would take a few moments to catalog some of my favorite things from this past year. 2015 turned out to be a very eventful year for me. Some of the highlights include moving back to Richmond, VA after two years in Memphis, TN. I became part of Twitter University and made many new wonderful professional contacts, (several of whom I was able to meet personally at a workshop featuring @Jerry_DurhamPT at Entropy Physical Therapy). I also started a blog, became part of team, discovered that wearing funky socks to work is fun, gave up cable TV and re-discovered my love of reading. Obviously, a lot more happened, but this is a good start. So without further-ado, here's a list of some favorite things from this past year:

Favorite PT podcasts:
Therapy Insiders
Healthy Wealthy Smart
PT Pintcast
Senior Rehab Podcast

Favorite PT blogs:
The Manual Therapist
Better Movement
Rayner & Smale
Updoc Media
intouchpt blog

Favorite Non-PT podcasts:
Inside Quest
Unbeatable Mind
The James Altucher Show
The Knowledge Project
Rdella Training 

Favorite Non-PT blogs:
Farnam Street
1000 Awesome Things

Favorite Books:
Mastery by Robert Greene
The Obstacle Is the Way by Ryan Holiday
Boyd by Robert Coram
Start with Why by Simon Sinek
A Guide to Better Movement by Todd Hargrove
A Complaint-Free World by Will Bowen
To Sell is Human, by Daniel Pink

Favorite Periscope:
PTonICE with Jeff Moore (@jeffmoore)

Favorite new beer:
Anti-Hero IPA by Revolution Brewing (Chicago)

Favorite new food dish:
Ikarian Longevity Stew

Happy New Year, everyone!


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