Year: 2014


2014 Highlights

Took some time out today to make sure I post a year-end update for 2014. I somehow seem to have missed doing this for the past three years.  Looking back, this year has been extremely fulfilling - both professionally and personally. Here's a quick rewind: January: Interned at Deloitte for two months. My first actuarial… Continue Reading

Philadelphia Half

Great weather, strong finish and yet another run that convinced me running on city roads isn't quite my thing. This most probably would be my last 'scheduled' run for 2014 and couldn't have asked for a finer closure of a crazy week. Another exciting family event adds further to this silver lining making this run… Continue Reading

Ragnar 2014 GPX Feeds

Just found a nifty plugin that would map charts feeding off from gpx inputs. Here are the chart outputs from my recent Ragnar Run. Legs 01 - 06 [4.9 mi + 2.7mi + 8.9mi]   [sgpx gpx="/wp-content/uploads/gpx/activity_602412715.gpx" ]   Legs 13 - 18 [5.8mi]   [sgpx gpx="/wp-content/uploads/gpx/activity_602412752.gpx" ]   Legs 25 - 30 [3.4mi]  … Continue Reading

Ragnar times

This Friday, I'd be doing a 200 mile relay run at Adirondacks, NY with 9 other family friends .  This one is extra special for several reasons. Few months back, an ankle injury prevented me from running the Bear Mountain State Park Half Marathon - a run I was really looking forward to. That setback and the recovery from… Continue Reading

Fort Lee Run

Todays' morning 7 miler took me over the GWB to Fort Lee. Wonderful surprise right in the backyard! Just a couple of miles from the house, yet it took me about 1.2 years to do this. Wonder why! Interestingly, there were barely any people here 7am in the morning. Probably because of the Weekday? Time… Continue Reading

Flight

Cleared the second Actuarial Exam today! Set the chopper as an incentive for me to pass some months back. Eventually grew out of it and was later gifted a fitbit by wifey. The chopper here was gifted by us to a roommate who'd cleared this exam earlier. For some reason, this one exam took quite… Continue Reading