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Jamie Fellrath
Works at Ohio Tuition Trust Authority
Attended University of Notre Dame
Lives in Columbus, OH
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Everyone has to start somewhere. 
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Started on the formation of a new habit today, using the Five-Minute Journal.  

Anyone else used this product?  
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Just FYI to all my fellow codemonkeys out there: an XML file is not the same as a DLL file. ‪#‎tunnelvision‬ ‪#‎staringatthescreentoolong‬.
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Hey +Joe Auerbach - the Gobi shoes on this page are the ones I was wearing the other night. SIGNIFICANT discount if they have your size. 

http://www.leftlanesports.com/Event.aspx?l=00010244172000000000&et=lls
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Thought +Thomas Fellrath would get a kick out of this. :)
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This is a whole bunch of awesome.
 
Continued proof that +Wil Wheaton rocks the socks. A little girl asks how to deal with being called a nerd. 
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Thanks everyone!  Due to the generosity of some very wonderful people, +Jennifer Fellrath will be tutu-ed tomorrow morning for the Lady Tutu 5K run!  Our 6-year-old daughter will be absolutely giddy!

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Computer Programmer
Employment
  • Ohio Tuition Trust Authority
    Computer Programmer, 2008 - present
  • LIfe Force International
    Entrepreneur, 2010 - 2012
  • Information Control Corporation
    1996 - 2008
  • Professional/Technical Development
    1994 - 1996
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Columbus, OH
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Alma, MI - Lansing, MI - Notre Dame, IN - West Boylston, MA
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I've packed my bags, brought back my pride. I'd rather live in rags than throw my dreams aside.
Introduction
Happily married father of two wonderful kids.  Paleo Lifestyle advocate, Autism advocate, lover of the active outdoor life.  Personal development afficionado, blogger, Notre Dame fan, Columbus Crew supporter, obstacle race junkie, history nut, travel maven, James Bond fan, Steampunk appreciator, and all around fun-lover. 
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Can play the William Tell Overture on my cheeks.
Education
  • University of Notre Dame
    History, 1987 - 1992
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Bloody James Rackham
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Soft Star Shoes
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Minimalist and barefoot shoes made by hand in the USA

Jennifer Fellrath's Personal Page for Train 4 Autism
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Register Here · Login · General Donation. Information. Home; How it Works; Reset Password. Visitors. Participant Registration · Sponsor Part

The 11 Most Nutrient Dense Foods on The Planet
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For optimal health, it is a good idea to choose the foods that contain the most nutrients. Here are the 11 most nutrient dense foods on eart

How Long Does it Actually Take to Form a New Habit? Backed by Science.
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How long does it really take to form a new habit? Read this article to learn the science behind habit formation and how to use it best.

SCAM ALERT: New Credit Card Scam Moving Across The Country
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The Richmond County Sheriff's Office wants to bring to the attention of residents the latest in Visa fraud.

Following Your Interests Versus Finding Your Passion
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Perhaps the cubicle world isn't right for everyone. One of the pieces of advice you'll frequently hear from people who know you're looking f

On "Why Do I Always..."
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I'm asking myself a very interesting question today that was sparked by a Twitter trending topic today: #WhyDoIAlways. People are using this

Meditation - Calm the Mind, Release the Pain
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Today's post is going to be a little bit "out there" for some of you, but it's a technique that I've found to be particularly helpful in red

We Don't Know What We've Already Lost
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One of the great joys of visiting friends and family, in addition to the usual catching up, rekindling of the relationship, meeting the chil

The Definitive Guide to Doing a Muscle Up
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Prologue While attending a Mov Nat workshop last Spring, I saw the instructor Kellen Milad do a muscle-up. It wasn't part of the official Mo

Why is Fiber Good For You? The Crunchy Truth
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Fiber is indigestible material found in foods. Studies show that fiber has various health benefits, including weight loss and improved diges

Time to Start Planning for a Great 2014 Race Season!
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Hi all, Jamie here. As the end of the year starts to roll around, it's time to start looking at 2014 and what we want to accomplish next yea

Support the Bicycle and Pedestrian Safety Act!
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The United States should have a national goal to reduce the number of bicyclists and pedestrians killed on our roadways. Please ask your Sen

don't get caught: 12 ways I'm using Evernote now on business travel
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No matter how much or little I take with me on business trips, I'm always packing Evernote, the mega-notetaking program that's part of my go

10 Myths Within The Low-Carb Community
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Group thinking can lead to a distorted view of the science and many myths get passed around as fact. These 10 myths are common among low-car

decivilized
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Synthesizing permaculture, community, and the hunter-gatherer roots we all share.

BBQ Stud Muffins
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I was watching TV the other day and someone used the term "stud muffin" and it made me think of on-the-go meatloaves (who knows why!). I kne

Elle Canada: "wild for the season's rawest trend"
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I think that model is doing MovNat. This month's issue of Elle Canada has a trend piece on "caveman chic": "In fact, sartorial references to

Coffee and Gluten Sensitivity: Never the Twain Shall Meet?
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Gluten is a difficult to digest plant protein found in some grains such as wheat, rye, and barley. It was discovered by Buddhist monks in th

Public - 7 months ago
reviewed 7 months ago
Last weekend, I attended the MovNat and Paleo meetup with MovNat Ohio up in Dublin. Today, back to Dublin for a family workout session with Lori Crock and Jeff Turner - and again, had a great time and learned a lot! I can't say enough good stuff about the detail and attention that they give to everyone, and how they make it all fun! The MovNat philosophy of relearning the movements that we knew instinctively as kids and that we evolved with is an amazing one. Learning the basic movements of life all over again is really neat - and learning them as a way to produce optimum health makes total sense to me. Simply relearning the basics with proper form and then increasing the intensity as you master the basics creates a great workout and gives you a naturally strong, fit body. And it is complemented by the mental acuity you gain from the practice as your body makes connections it expects from a genetic standpoint. And Lori and Jeff are wonderful instructors. The combination of their enthusiasm and knowledge, plus their ability with creating the proper workout for all involved and scaling it to ability is incredible. I"m very pleased to be able to work with them! If you're looking for a great workout that is sustainable, accessible no matter where you are, and functional and complete, I can't imagine a better way to do it than MovNat and one better than Jeff and Lori! Give them a try!
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Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
This place is apparently no longer called Pig Iron, but Iron Grill BBQ and Brew. And the quality has definitely gone out of the place. It used to be the best BBQ in Columbus, but recently it's gone downhill and is even worse than Hoggy's. First of all, the service was slow and disorganized. The servers were yelling to each other and it took us at least 10 minutes to even get a server to ask for our drink orders. We were literally at the point of "if we don't get a server here in the next minute, we're outta here" when she finally showed. She was friendly but it was obvious that she was rushed to get things done for whatever reason. The drinks were a while longer in coming as well. And there was a lot of apologizing going on all over the place, not just at our table. The actual barbecue offerings on the menu, despite BBQ being in the name of the restaurant, were minimal. There was a ribs platter, a chicken platter, a pulled pork sandwich, a brisket sandwich, and a combination platter with two choices of ribs, chicken, turkey, pulled pork, or brisket. My wife, who used to rave about the brisket at Pig Iron, couldn't finish what she got. It tasted as if it'd been brined instead of given a good rub and smoked. It was very salty and somewhat soggy. Her cornbread was not completely cooked. I had the combination platter with ribs and brisket. I had the same assessment of the brisket. My ribs were okay - nothing special, though, and with too much sauce on top. The green beans were actually pretty good - not as overcooked as you normally get at a barbecue place. She also had chili cheese fries, which were okay but the chili had hunks of brisket in it and they were cut well enough for chili. My son enjoyed his shrimp and chips and my daughter ate most of her mac 'n' cheese, both of which are kind of hard to screw up, IMHO. My son's milk cup was styrofoam and had a large crack in the side. The sauces available for the meat were supposedly sweet and spicy options, but the spicy one was really more of a vinegar-based Carolina pulled pork type sauce. That would have been good to know before I put it on my brisket. Our table was supposedly for four people, but it was really about the proper size for two people - they really seem to have crowded a couple more tables in there. There were no kids' menus physically available although they do have a kids' menu. All in all, we will not be back. The food quality has gone very downhill since the last time we were there.
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Food: Poor to fairDecor: GoodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I had a simple request - clean my pea coat and fix the buttons on it. They did so, and their service was friendly and the item was done when they said it would be. They have a convenient location and hours and give the customer all the attention they need. What more need be said? :)
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago