I Can’t Exercise for Exercise’s Sake

Tweet Pin It I can’t stand to exercise just for the sake of exercising. As a working parent of three active kids, I don’t have the time to go to the gym or workout at home to exercise. I even have had trouble this year fitting in 5 minute blocks of targeted exercises from my […]

The Learning Curve of E-Bike Commuting

Tweet Pin It I’ve been riding my e-bike for about a month now (~100 miles) and really love it, though to be honest it hasn’t been the smoothest road.  So far, all of the problems I’ve had are things that can happen to any bicycle commuter and are not related to the electric assist. My […]

Greening My Commute Electric Bike Style

Tweet Pin It Jonathan with his newly converted e-bike As a parent of three active young kids, a blogger, leader at our church, tinkerer, volunteer and being employed full time, my life is too packed to add new things without dropping something else. However, getting more exercise is something I’ve needed to do for some […]

Review: My Experiences With the Plug-in Prius

Tweet Pin It My kids sitting in the back of the Toyota Plug-in Prius On September 16, 2011, Toyota officially unveiled the Plug-in Prius, pricing, options and its availability.  This is particularly exciting to me, because we have been using one of the early prototypes from Toyota’s test fleet at work.  I have had the […]

Useful Site – FuelEconomy.gov

Tweet Pin It Considering a new or used car purchase?  Do you know that fuel economy is a major component of overall cost of car ownership? The US Department of Energy and the EPA have a great site www.fueleconomy.gov that helps you compare various model used and new cars for fuel economy.  I am really […]