Hello, my name is Tim Teege
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I run a web design company in Hamburg, Germany. I enjoy endurance sports like triathlons and marathons, making music and building stuff, and I am father of four sweet girls.

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Steal Like an Artist

10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative

by Austin Kleon



The Hobbit

Or There And Back Again

by J. R. R. Tolkien



Better Onboarding

by Krystal Higgins



How to Avoid a Climate Disaster

The Solutions We Have and the Breakthroughs We Need

by Bill Gates



Mozart 100 – Going Ultra in Salzburg

20th of September

These days it doesn’t happen often that a race I’m doing breaks not just one but several personal records. I think that’s great, because for me it’s still important to sometimes push myself to new levels and see what I can do.

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The Defining Decade

Why your Twenties matter– and how to make the most of them now

by Meg Jay



Unconditional Parenting

Moving from Rewards and Punishments to Love and Reason

by Alfie Kohn



1st Munich Great Breweries Ultra

16th of August

Finally I have something running related to write about! One and a half years into this pandemic, most interesting races are still being cancelled or are happening under circumstances which take the fun out of it, so we have to keep taking matters into our own hands until further notice. 

Munich. A few years ago I reconnected with an old friend from school, Nico, because he suddenly appeared on Strava as he had taken up running. He had been living in Munich for the past ten years, but was visiting Hamburg regularly due to his parents being here. We had a few runs together, kept in touch, and he then came up with the idea of planning a route through Munich we could run together which would connect all seven official Munich breweries. 

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Carrying the Fire

An Astronaut’s Journeys

by Michael Collins



Halftime: How 2021 is Going

7th of July

Making plans is one thing, following through with them another. Now, after the mid point of 2021, it seems like a good time to pause and reflect, and maybe, course correct.

The Year of Stability

In contrast to making hard goals, a good additional method to utilize seemed to be setting a theme for the year. I went with Stability, because I would like the sometimes chaotic growth of previous years to relax and plateau for a while. This is connected to more reflective thought processes as well. Asking myself questions like “will this decision lead to more stability or more upheaval, likely?” or “how is this decision going to help me further my efforts in regards to stability?” has for sure been helpful.

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