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Pandemic is changing our bodies - a solution

Old 02-11-22, 05:43 PM
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What is this "simple project" of which you speak?
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Originally Posted by Straightblock
I'm heading into retirement and my wife is afraid I'll be riding every day. 6 months from now when she's tired of having me underfoot, she'll be saying, "Why don't you go riding?"
With any luck.

And yep, my wife is all for it but then she turns around and adds another load to the pile.
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Originally Posted by qcpmsame
My wife already for me to be able to ride daily, and I only retired last November😏

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Here's hoping you get there sooner rather than later and great news on your wife hopefully coming out of the mess.
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Originally Posted by merziac
@squirtdad

What is this "simple project" of which you speak?
you know,
  1. wow that bike on craigslist looks nice maybe I will check it out...won't have to do anything to it
  2. Wow got a good price its mine
  3. hmmm, tires hold air but are kinda rotted, time for new paselas 27 1 1/4
  4. hmmm, it will be my city bike so let me put on those bars and levers from my stash
  5. hmmm, the barcons don't fit the new bar....I don't like barcons anyway and rest of bike is arabesque
  6. Off to ebay, got some nice arabesque down tube shifters
  7. hmmm, since i am working on it I should replace the cables and while I am at it, it would look good with white housings
  8. hmmm, I have set of long reach dual pivot sitting around, will swap out the brakes
  9. hmmm, Saddle is crap....ok swap for B17 on bike a am going to donate
  10. hmmm, pedals are plastic and ugly..... do I have something that works in stash....I do
just like that...simple project
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Originally Posted by Straightblock
I'm heading into retirement and my wife is afraid I'll be riding every day. 6 months from now when she's tired of having me underfoot, she'll be saying, "Why don't you go riding?"
Good timing, I'll have to rope you into some credit card touring. It'd be good to have my personal mechanic along with.

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I’m bike commuting 3 consecutive days per week, just a short distance, around 5 miles round trip, but I find that meditative. Weather permitting, a buddy and I go out every weekend for a ride and have done so through the pandemic. The last six weeks have not been bike-friendly weather here in the Boston area, but tomorrow promises 50s and sunny, so we will ride. I am appreciating not having to wear a mask while riding, which I did do in the early days. Otherwise, it’s indoor riding and out door running if it’s not icy surfaces.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Maybe, not happenin, I play even less well with others than ever now. No shop has much use for a grumpy old C+V hack.

Just need to prioritize the riding more.
Oh, they need you, alright. They're just too obtuse to recognize it.
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Originally Posted by bikingshearer
Oh, they need you, alright. They're just too obtuse to recognize it.
Boy, ain't that the truth.

That's ok, I sure as heck don't need them.
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Originally Posted by merziac
Guess I better get to work on the Escape that thieves poked a hole in the gas tank to steal the gas out of.

Never a dull moment.
I hope the repair is as easy as removing the pump and filling the hole with a bolt, with a nut and Loctite on the other end of it(?).
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Originally Posted by dddd
I hope the repair is as easy as removing the pump and filling the hole with a bolt, with a nut and Loctite on the other end of it(?).
Probably but with JB Weld through and through.
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Originally Posted by gugie
Maybe the solution is to take on a part time gig at an LBS about 10 miles away.
Part time retirement job? Being retired is like being pregnant; you either are or you arenít.

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Originally Posted by Mr. Spadoni
Part time retirement job? Being retired is like being pregnant; you either are or you aren’t.
It's not a job if you love doing it. The pay cut I'll take when I pull the trigger is ~ working for free. And that ain't braggin' bout my current salary.
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Originally Posted by gugie
It's not a job if you love doing it.
True that, but I only love it when I'm doing it for myself, the proper amount of time, energy, effort and $$$$$ as necessary can be expended.

Whenever somebody else is paying for your services, they have expectations of compromise, doing it their way, substandard resources, escalated timetable and "cooperation" that is rarely reciprocal "just do it my way and we'll get along just fine, we didn't ask how you wanted to do it, that's not what we're paying for".
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Originally Posted by gugie
My wife sent me a link to this article.

For those who have been working from home...
Posture screwed up
Eyes going bad from staring at a computer screen all day
Vitamin D deficiencies from lack of sunlight
Brain going soft from a hermitlike existance.

I texted my wife back. The answer for me is the same as always - ride a bike, preferrably with friends!


But what if we looked like this before the pandemic?
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Originally Posted by merziac
Wait till you retire with this crap going on, a mountain of "to do", daily additions and urgent breakdowns that keep you from getting a handle on any of the backlog, nevermind the front and center projects you thought you were going to have time for and the riding.
That happens after you retire? Thatís an almost perfect description of my job.
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Originally Posted by squirtdad
one thing I do is use my 'throw a leg over and go" bike with rack on it for errands. about 95% of quick car rides can be replaced by such bike.... it is not a super hard or good workout, but it is out and pedaling.
Iíve got a 20% grade hill between me and anything else more than 500 yards from my house. Itís not super long, but itís enough to discourage me from any rides shorter than 10 miles. Iíve been trying to talk myself into taking more short daily rides, but one of the early casualties of the pandemic was my will power.
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Ha - today at my place -17 degrees Celcius, windy as all get out and close to a foot of snow last night. Get my drift! Burrrrr, sh_t, pooey-stinko!

Haha...drift...snow drift.
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Getting so accustomed to teaching by computer dangerously sucked me into too much screen time.
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Well, at least Randy is a fan of walking in the off-season.
In days gone bye, during the Canadian winter months, I would print up a couple of hundred flyers and, walking of course, hand deliver them to neighborhoods...


In those days, I did not have a cell phone and, almost always, by the time I got home there was a message or two or more on the house phone from someone who did have an old road bike. I wish that I had taken pictures of all the bikes that came my way, this way. And, of course, I got my exercise!
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For me it was: "COVID and OUT!" Retirement and back to more riding.

After 40+ years of ministry (20 at my last church), I decided late last March that I'd retire in two weeks (on Easter Sunday) after a church leader basically called me "a slacker" in an email. At that moment, I was so incensed I decided to only give two weeks' notice. Since the pandemic had started in March 2020, I had never worked so hard, and had not taken any vacation that entire year.

There were so many new stresses. I was responsible for protecting the health and wellbeing of over 300 people, of which many were elderly and had underlying conditions. I had to produce a YouTube worship service every week. I sat alone in the church building, which normally hummed with activity most days of the week. I could no longer see my congregation "face to face" for worship and pastoral care. And the divisive politics of 2020 seemed to seep into every aspect of ministry. I could no longer maintain a "firewall" to shield the congregation from the vitriol.

The next day, I did walk back my two weeks' of notice and changed it to 6 months, and officially retired at the end of September 2021.

I am so happy with my decision! No regrets or second thoughts! I'm back to ridin' and wrenchin' several times each week and sometimes every day. I'm reengaging in previous hobbies and starting new ones. I have no desire to ever be in a pulpit again.

Did my ministry career end the way I had imagined? No. COVID changed all of that. But what I didn't realize until I retired was how much PTSD certain members and colleagues had inflicted upon me and my family over the course of those four decades.

I still have bad dreams about the church at night. However, a vigorous 20-40 mile ride makes a world of difference the next day.

P.S. I'm sorry this was on the long side. However, if you are a member of a religious organization, talk to your clergy, before firing off an inflammatory email.
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Well said pastorbobnlnh and very timely also. That last line could apply to so many situations in these times.

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I would love to be able to work from home. I feel like every day I go to work now my life expectancy shrinks the tiniest little bit.

Pastor Bob, congrats on the retirement! I know exactly how you felt with your job; different line of work for me but same kind of issues.
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Coming up on 2 years WFH. Biking, as always has been an answer. Since I don’t have the commute, I can do 50-60 mile after work.

I’ve had to up my stretching game and really work on core strength to keep back/neck issues at bay. I really miss the gym and have lost a lot of muscle mass.

I remotely manage a team of 9, which to my surprise has worked quite well. They’re a good bunch, which helps a lot.

Probably still 3-5 years from retirement, but thinking about it a lot more these days.
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Originally Posted by merziac
True that, but I only love it when I'm doing it for myself, the proper amount of time, energy, effort and $$$$$ as necessary can be expended.

Whenever somebody else is paying for your services, they have expectations of compromise, doing it their way, substandard resources, escalated timetable and "cooperation" that is rarely reciprocal "just do it my way and we'll get along just fine, we didn't ask how you wanted to do it, that's not what we're paying for".
I happy for anyone who loves their work. I had employment like that for a few months. I loved going to work then. But soon, I got a new boss and the job turned into his self promotion project and we were merely minions performing tasks of no value to anyone.

So I get the point about enjoying your work. Still, the thing about holding any job is that your time is not your own. Someone expects you to show up on certain days, and even worse, at certain times. The inhumanity of this arrangement is staggering.

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Originally Posted by randyjawa
Ha - today at my place -17 degrees Celcius, windy as all get out and close to a foot of snow last night. Get my drift! Burrrrr, sh_t, pooey-stinko!
You are supposed to be in the Caribbean
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