Okay, here goes... I am going to post things that I never thought I would about myself. Hahaha, just not the pictures. I may share those on my Facebook group, but I still have to work up that courage! For full disclosure, the data presented below come from the following days of this process: Initial … Continue reading One Month Numbers
I'm a chemist - I really like facts and figures, but I've noticed that when I write blogs that seem very insightful from my perspective, I'm often the only one who reads them. I don't write for accolades, rather to document my journey, so it's not a huge problem for me, but I have definitely … Continue reading A Break from Facts and Figures
I managed to delete this entire blog, so until I am able to write it over…. They’re way worse than you imagine, especially if you get that fake “butter topping stuff” like me!
I have a goal of producing a list of 100 go-to foods to help me (and hopefully you) learn what to eat when we are not prepared. All of these foods will involve minor preparation, if any, and will be foods that I can acquire and have with me for emergency situations. Some foods will … Continue reading Go-To Foods, 1-10
Wanted to share my 2019 plans publicly for accountability and to encourage community. I've also shared it with my tiny Facebook group, encouraging them to join me. Here’s the basics. I’ll start with the part that some people may have issue with - fasting. For more information, I recommend “The Complete Guide to Fasting” by … Continue reading 2019 Plan – Starting Soon on a Blog Near You!
I haven't disappeared off the face of the earth, I've just been busy with work, school, and family. There's a new medical school starting near me and they've received funding to pay for school for the inaugural class of 30 students in 2020. When I first heard about that over the summer, I decided I … Continue reading Quick Update
My general practitioner has started a new practice that is termed "Direct Patient Care." It's a model of medicine that some doctors are using to do their part in fixing what's broken regarding insurance-based medicine. As much as I love my doctor, I had to really consider if this was the right program for me, … Continue reading Direct Patient Care