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Road ID Review: (Road ID Sport/ Ankle Strap/ iPhone App)

Ok, confession time. I have made no secret that I am a Tech/ Gadget/ Accessory guy. When I go out to run, it’s a process. GPS Watch, Heart Rate Monitor, Compression Socks, Compression Shorts, Energy Gels, Hydration Bottle or Backpack (depending on how far I’m going), Dry Fit Visor or Bandana, Sunglasses, Moisture Wicking shorts and shirt, iPod Shuffle and Yurbuds earphones, etc, etc…the point I am trying to make is I run with a lot of stuff. All of it is useful in its own way, but a lot is “nice to have” and not “need to have” stuff, if you know what I mean. I love it but when you look at it all it adds up to quite the little collection of equipment for a sport that is supposedly easy and inexpensive. I saw this cartoon online the other day and had to laugh, because it may as well have been drawn from any random day in my house.


But even when you consider all that stuff, if you were to ask me “out of all of your gear, what is the one item that is really indispensable?” If I had to pick only one thing to carry with me at all times, and was only allowed to carry that one and only one item, I would not even have to hesitate. RoadID. Without question it’s the most important thing I put on every time I go out for a run (or bike, or swim, or whatever). RoadID was my first ever review, and I am now getting a chance to go back and revisit it with a lot more perspective (and sweat, and runs, and miles) under my belt. It was really important back then and is even more so now.

Road ID logo

So, if you are not familiar, RoadID is a company that specializes in producing “wearable Identification” so you can have a permanent source of your personal info on you at all time, with the express intent of it being able to speak for you in the event something happens and you are not able to speak for yourself. It’s EXTREMELY durable- your info is engraved into a metal plate and then very securely attached to one of the various straps. There are a few options to wear it on your wrist: a nylon bracelet strap, a wide rubber strap, a thin rubber strap (resembling a “livestrong bracelet”), and then a bunch of other options like an ankle strap, shoe tag, dog tags, etc. They are all reflective, super durable, waterproof, and designed to stand up to the mast hardcore of workouts and stand the test of time. I can’t recommend this strongly enough. Most likely, you won’t ever have to deal with a situation where you (or more specifically, emergency personnel) even need to reference this, but in that off chance that something ever does, it can literally be the difference between life or death, your loved ones tracking you down in an emergency, etc.

 There was a story shared in one of the online running groups I belong to telling about how the one of the member’s spouse was running in a larger race (a marathon with several thousand runners) and she was waiting for him at the finish line and he never showed up. Turns out he had collapsed (from dehydration/exhaustion…luckily it all worked out ok and he is doing fine now) on the course and was taken care of  by emergency crews at the race immediately and transported/checked into the hospital while they treated him. Since he was not running with any form of identification on him he was registered under the name of John Doe. Long story short it took several hours for the wife to track him down and find out what happened. That story alone gives me a stress headache, and should cement why you need to get yourself one of these. If he had a RoadID on, the wife’s name and phone number (not to mention his own name and info) would have been right there, and she could have been there with him the entire way. If that were me, or even worse, if the shoe was on the other foot and it was my wife that was missing and I did not know where she was/ what happened to her it would be absolutely nightmarish for me. For that thought alone I will flat out never leave the house to work out without this product.

I was given the opportunity to update my RoadID (which is great, because I moved, changed my phone numbers and needed to get a new one), and was graciously provided the chance to order a new RoadID Sport and the corresponding ankle strap. The nice thing about these two products is that the same plate from the wrist strap and be removed and attached to the ankle strap when I want to switch it up. I got the Bracelet ID for my running, and thought it would be a good idea to have the Ankle Strap on hand for when I start my Triathlons next year. (The timing chip issued to you during Tris is typically attached to you via an elastic ankle strap, and this one will serve to hold my RoadID as well as accept the timing chip…2 birds, one awesome stone). I’ll touch on each separately.

The bracelet style ID I ordered, The RoadID Sport, is a single strap with a loop on one end and Velcro closure. This is good because you can size it as needed. This is great if you are wearing it a little higher up your arm to accommodate an additional something on your wrist like a wristband or gloves, this is easy to adjust and stay secure. It’s a basic black nylon woven strap and the white stitching on either side is actually reflective material, so it reacts and is pretty noticeable when any light hits it. There is even a little white rubber box seen into the band that says ID on it in case people are looking for it. The nice thing is that (by design) all the materials used to make this are built to last. There is no clasp to fail, the strap is Velcro, and even the engraved plate is metal hooked onto elastic loops to attach it to the strap. So everything is completely sweat/waterproof. I don’t think twice about going for a summer run (where I know it will be completely drenched by the time I’m done running) or jumping in the pool with this on. All in all, it’s as durable as it is important. Great product and highly recommended.

 Wrist Blacked Out

 The ankle strap is about an inch wide piece of foam to rest against your leg, with a nylon Velcro closure that wraps around and fastens it securely. The closure also has reflective material all the way around, and a built in place for the engraved ID place to affix to the strap as well. I’ve worn it now on a few runs and bike rides, and I literally forget it’s on. At least with my wrist, I’m always aware of it because it’s always right there in my line of sight. With the ankle strap, however, I sit down and go to take my shoes off and “oh yeah, the RoadID”. It’s nice I know that it won’t be a distraction when it comes time to train for and participate in my upcoming Tris. There’s not terribly too much to say about it, it’s a strap that holds a little metal plate that is engraved with all of your personal info. It exists solely for one single purpose and it completes this purpose extremely well.

Ankle Blacked Out

I hope I have stressed the importance of this item enough, and the last word I want to say on the subject is: dude, it’s twenty bucks. If you are willing to trade your Starbucks for a week or two in exchange for a piece of gear that can literally save your ass in an emergency, why would you not do it? There’s a lot of frivolous running gear out there that you definitely do not need, but this is not one of them. I honestly feel like this should be mandatory.  Just do it.

 The other aspect of this review that I wanted to touch on is another new offering from RoadID; their new iPhone app. This free app is in keeping with the same safety minded approach to your workouts as the wearable identification, and is actually intended to compliment, not replace it. But the basic premise of the app is this. It allows you to set up to 5 contacts to be notified via email or text that you are out on a run/ bike ride/ workout and offer those contacts a link where they can track your workout path and location in real time on an online interactive map. The interactive map is important because that means that they get a text or email with a link to the map that they can access from any device that can get to the internet, so they do not need to also have the app downloaded in order for you to utilize this. The location is provided by your phone’s GPS.

App Icon

This is huge for me. I always run with my phone anyway. Now I know that if she ever has any question, my wife can log in and see exactly where I am. In addition to my family being able to gauge how far I am from home, there is also a built in feature that can be enabled where if the user is stationary for more than 5 straight minutes it will notify all of your selected contacts and send them info regarding your location. The logic behind this is that although the app does not know if you have actually been in an accident or not, being stationary for 5+ minutes can be a very good indicator of that. The app plays a warning to the user as it nears the 5 min threshold, in case you stop for a bathroom/water break, are changing a bike tire or just bumped into an old friend and have been chit chatting and lost track of time. And lastly, on top of all that, the app allows you to set the lock screen of you iPhone (the screen that comes up when you press the power button but have not done the “slide to unlock” thing to get into the actual phone yet) with your name and the name/phone numbers of your emergency contacts as well. This will allow first responders to call your peeps from your own phone in the event of an emergency. Just imagine if the “Hospitalized Hubby”  from the story above had his phone and this app enabled when he went down. It could have been a drastically different story, both for him and his emotionally put out wife.

So Real-Time Tracking, a notification if you are stationary for 5 Min or more, and a Lock screen on your phone with access to your emergency contacts. That’s one hell of a good set of safety and tracking features.

I have used this app now on several runs as well as a few bike rides, some as far as 17 miles. It’s kept up and accurately reflected where I was when I was out there. The nice thing is, it plays nicely with other apps, too. I recognize this is a matter that is largely determined by the user and their particular iPhone, but every time I run I already have my phone on because I am an avid user of Charity Miles (www.charitymiles.org), and I am happy to report that the RoadID app runs right along and does not interfere with the Charity Miles app. A little something for me, a little something for others. All good. It does deplete your iphone battery faster with the GPS constantly running, but that was a reality that I was already dealing with by using the Charity Miles (as it also uses the phones GPS to track you) and adding the RoadID app does not make it deplete any faster than it already was. So it’s a free app and has no negative ramifications at all. Again, it does not make sense not to use this if you can.

 *I am attaching some screen shots of the app so you can see what I am talking about, or you can follow this LINK directly to the app store and download it yourself. Again it’s free and designed to protect you. It seems like it’s in your best interests to use it. I know that I now consider it an integral part of my workout. Yes, it takes a few extra swipes to get it up and running, but for me it’s worth it. 

Lock Screen Blacked Out Map Blacked Out

As always, these reviews are designed to point you in the right direction. Check out the RoadID Website HERE  for yourself and see if you agree with me/ decide for yourself if this type of product is worth it. Thanks for reading, and I hope this helps.


I am approaching this review from my standard viewpoint of what I believe the core interest of this blog really gets at: that is to say I am presenting my review by looking at this product from the perspective of a person who is relatively new to the running world, has some weight to lose and wants go about losing the weight by starting to incorporate a more active lifestyle and want to know how sift through the volumes of available gear/ equipment out there.

One of the great benefits to running a blog like this one is that it puts me in a position from time to time to receive various products to use and review for you. Oftentimes, these items are provided to me free of charge. This is the only type of compensation I have ever received, and my acceptance of these items in no way constitutes any obligation to provide an unwarranted positive review. My opinions on the products are unfiltered and 100% my own.

**This product was provided to me free of charge, but again, this does not influence my review or views on the product in any way**

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**Sorry, just have to cover my ass here. These are unbiased reviews, intended only to help. I’m not going to try and sell you anything, nor do I want you to take my opinions as the final word on any product. Let me help you figure out what you should check out, and then check the stuff out for yourself to see if you like it.**

Philly Rock and Roll Half Marathon Recap & Pictures

Where do I even start?

I have tried to write this post about 4 times now, and each time I was not sure exactly where to go with it and ended up nowhere near where I wanted to finish. So here is my best effort of staying focused and on point…

This past Sunday, I got the opportunity to complete something that literally seemed impossible to me when I started out in all of this just 10 months ago. I think I’ve said this before, but if you told me that I was going to be running for 13 miles straight I would have laughed and said “why don’t we just make it 100? …because they are both impossible”. Even when I made up the plan I thought it might be a stretch to pull this off, but here I am, having run in and completed a half marathon and it feels freaking unbelievable…

There is so much that I want to touch on, between the race itself, all the people who helped make it such a special day for me, and now that I have had a few days to digest it all, some thoughts looking on back on a day that I will never forget.

First and foremost, this post is about the race itself, so let me start there. It was the perfect day. Literally perfect. Cool in the morning and then heating up to the mid 70’s. Partly cloudy but more sun than clouds. If you could custom create an ideal day to go for a run, this would be it. So not sure if it was just the hype and environment that goes with it being the day of the race, or the sheer volume of people, or a combo of the both, but I was not nervous at all, just excited and anxious to get started. I got down there around 7, and met up with my Uncle Mario, who I was running with. (more on that later). After we met up, he tracked down one of his buddies and I tracked down my peeps too. Everybody met, caught up, and then got stretched and ready to run. So the way they run these massive races (21,000+ runners for the race) is to start people in waves, rather than all at once and risk a massive bottleneck at every turn. So we ended up in corral 19, which meant that we did not start running till approx 20 min after the initial starting gun went off. Kind of anticlimactic, I know, but it allowed me some breathing room, and I’m a big fan of that. As for the run itself, it was a great one. It wrapped through Philly, running through center city, all the way down to old city/ historic district, and then out to the part of the city where most of the runners go…”the loop”, as they call it. Out Kelly Drive on one side of the Schuylkill River, over the Falls Bridge, and back down West River drive on the other side of the river, finishing right in front of the “rocky steps” at the art museum. The starting in waves actually worked, because even though there were 21,000+ runners in the race, you would never know it. It was crowded all the way, but not mobbed, everybody had room to just relax. Settle in, and run their own race. As for me and Uncle Mario, we started out strong and never looked back. Actually, we actually had to dial it back a little a couple times because we just kept slowly getting comfortable and creeping into a faster and faster pace as we went along. It was pretty cool to just relax and chat it up the entire time.It did start to get challenging on the final leg of the run down West River drive, and the talking did start to get more spread out, but even then it was still all good. Uncle Mario got hit with a few leg cramps as we got into miles 12 and 13, but we were both able to fight through and finish it out strong. We ran 13 of the 13.1 miles together, and as we came into the final stretch he waved me off and I was not about to argue, the adrenaline was not like anything I have experienced before. I just took off sprinting and hauling ass for that finish line. The only time my focus wavered was when I saw and heard Jenn jumping up and down cheering me on right before the finish line. Having her there and finishing that race is one of the best feelings I have ever felt. I actually had to bite my lip as I crossed the finish line to keep myself from getting emotional. The course, the water stops, the bands that were set up and playing every mile…everything was well planned and executed. It resulted in a race that actually lived up to its billing…it was just a ton of fun. I loved it. Not to mention all that on top of the fact that it was the culmination for me of 10 months of hard work and dedication. Let me tell you, there are a few moments that have come out of all this that are standouts to me, the times where I have been so invested, both physically and emotionally in what I am trying to accomplish that once I get there it really blows me away. This is one of those times. I can say that I will literally never forget taking those last few strides over the finish line. It was a combo of being so happy I am ready to cry and being so amped up that I felt like I could have run for another few miles at the same time. (case in point, after I crossed the finish line, I went to open my water bottle  and take a drink…with my teeth like I always do and I was so amped up I ripped the open/ close thingy clean out of the bottle; looks like I need to spring for a new one now).

The race was amazing, it exceeded every expectation I had. (And that was just the race itself) There were a collection of people there to support me that pushed the experience so far over the top I’m afraid I’ll never be able to match it.

The first people I wanted to mention are Moe and Lauren who also ran the race. You have heard about these ladies before, they are the same girls I ran my very first 5K together with. It’s a great feeling to see how far we have all come since that snowy morning last February. Girls, you have both been an every day source of support and sounding board for me, and I thank you for that. Awesome ladies, for real.

Speaking of ladies who were also running the race, I need to mention my buddy Donna. I met Donna when I first started dating Jenn. I would go up to her college to visit her every weekend, and since Jenn was on the rugby team at school, that’s where a lot of her friends came from and consequently I got a chance to hang with all the “rugger” girls on a regular basis. Donna was on the rugby team (read: she’s been an athlete for a long time now) and I got the chance to meet up with her before the race and then I bumped into her along the course as well. I only got to run about a mile or so with her, but it was really great. This is what I was talking about when I say that she was out running miles back at a time while I was not running anywhere but to the car so I could hit the next drive thru. Now I’m in a position to hang with her. Kind of puts things in perspective for me. (And feels fantastic)

This leads me to the last person who I wanted to talk about in terms of running the race. I have to take a second and talk about the now infamous “Uncle Mario”. So here’s the deal, I have a very close knit family. My mom and her two sisters are pretty much inseparable, and the three associated families are all very close. Uncle Mario is married to my mom’s sister Andrea and has known me since I was a little kid. So he has consequently had the chance to watch me grow up. (This includes watching me both before and after that point in my 20’s where I started to pack on the weight and blow up the scale). We have always been relatively close, but I feel like our relationship has taken a whole new turn over the past year. I’ve gone into all this before, but it’s safe to say that he has become kind of my mentor when it comes to all things running. I’ve said all this to him offline already, but it feels like “thanks” does not quite cover it all…he’s been one of my #1 supporters from before I even started any of this, (even back when I was still just planning things out) and has been a constant source of insanely useful advice, encouragement and guidance through the entire process. So thanks, this race/day would not have been everything it was if I wasn’t running beside you on this one.

Then I come to the rest of my entourage. I put out a message on facebook a few weeks back with an open invite to any friends who happened to be free that day to come on down and celebrate with me. Not surprisingly, a lot of people were busy with families or other plans, etc. There were a few people that went out of their way to come down and cheer me on, and I wanted to send a quick thanks to you as well. First, my buddy Kevin and his wife Courtney biked down (with their young daughter!) all the way from Conshohocken to Center City to cheer me on. They saw me and cheered me on at three (3!) separate places along the course. I’d pass, they’d cheer and then move on to the next spot along the course. I’d pass again; they’d cheer again and move on again. Extraordinary effort on your part, and believe me, it gave me a tremendous push. And last but certainly not least, My family (and Tara). I had 4 beautiful ladies all waiting for me when I crossed over the finish line. Jenn, My Mom, My sister Jennifer, and our good friend Tara all were hanging together while I was out running all over Philadelphia, and they made for a fantastic welcome party when I was finished. All of my favorite people were there, and it completely made the day for me. Our friend Tara has been a huge supporter of mine as I went through everything, and she is an all around awesome person and great friend. Plus, she and I will always have a special bond. Let’s just say I was given the opportunity to play an integral part in her wedding last summer. As for my mom and sister, it means so much that you were both there. To hear you say how proud of me you are, it makes all the effort worthwhile. And Jenn, Jesus, where do I even start? We have talked at length about all this, but suffice it to say that you really are my driving force and without you, none of this ever happens. I love you babe. So much.

OK, enough sap-sap-sappy stuff. Back to the race. Looking back on it now, it was an amazing time and I can’t wait to run my next one. Now that I have had almost a week to digest everything (and come down a little from the high of finishing the race) looking back everything was still as good as it felt immediately after. The race pictures from the official photographer came back in and although I’m still not sure if I’m going to buy any (because I might have to re-mortgage the house in order to afford them they are so expensive), the general theme is that I look happy and relaxed for the entire race…except for that last .1 in between 13 and 13.1 mile marks where I was really pushing and sprinting it out. Apparently, when I am really bearing down and hauling ass, I get “Angry Andy” face. I look seriously scary and intense. I have no idea where that came from, but there it is. Angry Andy. I’ll have to work on not looking like a serial killer as I’m sprinting out the end next time…haha.

The other revelation that I had during the race and then has been reinforced all this week (although it may seem obvious to most people) is that: I AM a runner. Up until this point, I kind of viewed myself as a weight loss guy who was using running to assist in the weight loss. Now things have flipped. I am a runner. I really enjoy running, and I have proven to myself that I can actually hold my own and hang with the real deal runners out there. Now, I am not an elite runner, and I will never have the burning desire to run a half marathon in an hour or anything, but I have really unlocked something inside myself that I never knew or could have imagined was there. I really enjoy this and I am not exaggerating when I say that it has changed my life. The way I look at things, the way I look at myself and every aspect of my life has been altered, and I owe a lot of that too running. It’s very true what that say, Running does give more than it takes. I’ll say it one more time, I AM a runner.

And lastly: I can easily see why people can get hooked on running in general and on running in these races. I have 3 more left on my calendar for the year, and I am looking forward to each of them for different reasons. The Runner’s World 10K will be my first race with our good friend Rock. Then there is a local 5K around Halloween called the Hatboro YMCA Skeleton Skurry that I am getting the privilege of running with our friend Katie (it’s her very first 5k!), and then The Philly Half Marathon coming up in Nov. I will go on at length about that one later.

This is MORE than enough for now, so I hope you enjoyed the recap and the pics below.

Talk to you soon; and until then: Take it easy.


The Starting Line around 7:00 AM Me, Moe and Lauren
Me and Uncle Mario…before the pain.
Me and Uncle Mario…after the pain.
Me and Donna after the race
Me and my Favorite Ladies: my sister Jennifer, my Mom, and Jenn
Me and Tara
Me and the love of my life: My Jenn
Happy Andy! This is what I lloked like for 99% of the race. Until I turned into…
Angry Andy! Still not sure where this face is coming from.

Holding Steady For Real / Long Runs Done – Got My Peeps Lined Up / Bittersweet Goodbye To My Lake

So I have said this before, but this time, there is actual truth and some time behind it.
I am holding steady at my current weight. Whereas before I had a little consistency and I thought it was lasting, every time I proclaimed to be steady in the weight department, I would drop down a little more. I’m happy to report that I have been within one pound of 208 (120 pounds lost) now for close to a month, and I think I may have finally found the balance required to keep it there. Of course, I may have just given myself the kiss of death and doomed my scale to show a different number again as well…
It’s taken a lot of getting used to, but I am getting more comfortable with eating more. I take one day off a month where I just let myself just really go for it… I use race day since it’s a day where I know I’m burning a ton of calories and it’s kind of a way to reward myself. Not as much with the actual food per se, moreso with the mental day off and not having to think/ (over)analyze any food choices / and just relax and enjoy myself. I also use that day to treat myself to some things that I would not want to go for any other day because the calories would just not be worth it. Case in point, after my Half Marathon, I really want to go to lunch at one of my two favorite places to eat in Philly. I will either be at The Famous 4th Street Deli eating a literal mountain of corned beef and eggs, or at Tommy DiNic’s in the Reading Terminal eating one of the best things you will ever put in your mouth, their (recently voted “best sandwich in America) famous Italian Roast Pork sandwich. Seriously, it’s insane how good it is. Easily over a thousand calories just for the sandwich alone but worth every single one of them… But I digress… back to the weight. I know come the xmas holiday season (once my second half marathon is over on nov. 18th) that it will take some re-adjusting again, as I will not be running my long training runs and burning 1000-2000 calories at a shot anymore., but I’ll cross that bridge when I come to it. I plan on keeping up on my own little “maintence” routine to keep me active and sane. That schedule should provide some burn and balance to help keep me in check. But again, that is then, this is now. Here’s hoping that I can maintain the 208 for another month, and then another…

I am entering what is known to the avid runner community as “taper week”. Basically what it means is you are tapering off your training the week before a big race to rest up for the race day push. Another way to say this is that all of my long training runs are finished for the first half marathon. I’m as ready as I’m going to be, both physically and mentally. I am looking forward to some decent weekly runs, a lighter (in comparison to recent weeks) weekend long run, and then some easy runs next week to keep loose and get ready to go for my first Half Marathon. I am excited and very slowly getting less nervous and more confident. Still around 50/50, and I am so happy it’s almost go time. Let’s do this bitch. I have a great group of people to run with, and ironically (it’s actually pretty awesome, actually), the group is the same as my very first 5K back in February (well, plus one extra friend (Donna) I hope to bump into during the race). First and foremost I will be running with my co-workers Maureen and Lauren. We have all been going at this since jumpstreet and have been support for each other the whole way, so getting to reunite the group to tackle this 13.1 is going to be great. Looking forward to re-creating this picture, only without the snow, winter gear, some extra pounds, and Lauren’s closed eyes… In addition to the work crew, I have a (previously mentioned) friend Donna who I met years ago through visiting my wife (then girlfriend) up at her college where they played rugby together. Donna is another one of those friends who I kind of always viewed as already in shape, so when she reached out to me to let me know that she started running again and was planning on doing the Rock and Roll, I got excited. To be able to hang with the likes of those who were out running miles even years back while all I was doing was running to McDonalds for quarter pounders is still a little bit humbling to me. And lastly, and most importantly to me, I get the chance again to run side by side with my Uncle Mario. Uncle Mario is a more experienced runner who whose first race after completing the Philadelphia Marathon last year was to take several steps back and very graciously run my first 5k with me. He has been a sounding board and one of my biggest and most vocal supporters literally step of the way. From before I even started any of this, he’s been there for me, so to be honest it only makes sense (and really means a lot) for me to be able to come full circle and run my first Half with him as well. Really looking forward to it. 11 days and counting.

So the big move is coming up this weekend, and with it, I say a very fond farewell to my lake. Yes, I know it’s not mine. Don’t break my stones, you know what I mean. Sure, I can still drive up there, only difference is that instead of being 15 minutes away it’ll be a 45+ minute drive each way. So it’s do-able but just not convenient anymore. Especially when I have my choice of multiple options within 5 minutes of my new place (and a treadmill in the basement), one of which being a just shy of 3 mile (each direction) paved running path that is literally minutes from my house. It’s just like the lake, except there is no view except trees and the backs of houses, and it’s out and back and instead of a big loop. It fits the bill perfectly, but I have come into my own running at Peace Valley Park/ Lake Galena, both physically and emotionally, and I’m really going to miss it. I understand they run a 10K there every year, maybe I’ll look into running in that race, just for nostalgia’s sake. Something to look into for the future, at least. The Horsham Power Line Trail will be my new primary training spot and I’m looking forward to it. As much as I have grown at the lake, I’m hoping I can equal and surpass it on the Power Line Trail. Look for me if you’re ever out there. Here’s to moving on to bigger and better…

Anyway, that’s enough for now, but I will be back soon. I have this month’s photo update coming up, as well as another product review for some badass running gear from http://www.inknburn.com!

More on that soon, and until next time, take it easy.