Year-end progress report

I thought it'd be worthwhile to take a photo from December 2012 and put it side-by-side with a photo taken this month (December 2013). If you'll remember from a previous post, I am a raw foodist. I was also slowed down for a couple of months by an ankle fracture which required two surgical interventions. [...]

Chest and Back Workout

This past weekend, I recorded portions of a chest and back workout I did. It marked an important point in my plan to add muscle mass. During the past month, I've started to feel the pump during my workouts. A pump, for those who are uninitiated, is a feeling of well-being, of swollen muscles that [...]

Suits and correct posture

When we wear suits, even without realizing it, our body adjusts its posture to fit the clothes better. Depending on their cut, they may pull on our shoulders or the back of our neck, even imperceptibly, distorting our posture over the course of our day. Even more so, sleeves and shoulders may also not allow [...]

The importance of walking barefoot

All of us have probably heard at one point or another that it's good for us to walk barefoot once in a while, either on grass or on the beach. It's the sort of information that we file away and don't remember to do all that often, until we find out why it's important. In [...]

Sick Chickens

I made a short video last year, which I wasn't sure I should post publicly, because it contains disturbing imagery. However, I finally convinced myself I should, simply because I want you, dear reader, to be able to make informed decisions when you go shopping for food. The video you're about to see shows the [...]

Go eat some fresh organic peas

If you've never tasted fresh organic peas, or you can't remember the last time you tried it, now's the time to do it, because they're in season. If you live in the northern hemisphere, in a temperate climate, go get some right now and try them out! Don't cook them. Just open the pods and [...]

A long commute may push you toward divorce

I've been a proponent for telecommuting for years, and I'm glad to see more proof -- such as this article, which presents research from Sweden, where they've found that long commutes (around 45 minutes) make you 40% more likely to divorce, and also re-inforce gender-based stereotypes, where the man will usually have the better job and [...]