Thursday, September 3, 2015

Milestones! Gains! Losses!

That's a lot of views (I'm just one man)!
It's been far too long since I last wrote something on here, and given that a whole heck of a lot has happened in the last month! First up, around the time of the writing of this post, my blog is going to pass another base 10 milestone, racking up a total of 50000 views! This isn't a big milestone, but I still consider myself as just getting started, so I'm pretty pleased with it.

As well, in a follow up to my piece about weight loss/overall health, I'm pleased to announce that although my wedding and three-week vacation caused me to gain back a significant amount of the weight I had lost, as of today I will get back to a new all-time** low weight (**least I've weighed in over 2 years). I have been working really hard, and I wouldn't have been able to get to where I am now without my bike, my Soylent, and the willpower to not go nuts eating snack foods. I've also effectively eliminated traditional meals from my diet, relying on snacking and smaller portions throughout the day, which has also been nice for me.
During your wedding/honeymoon, you may experience mysterious weight gain paired with a complete loss of data.
Finally, I went almost a month without recording a single podcast, but I've been back at work on them now (Ottawhat did have an episode every week while I was on my honeymoon though, so you'll have to go and catch up on those). Last week on Ottawhat, we interviewed my beautiful new wife, Julia, and Mike and I have been getting into some great conversations on Future Chat. On Ottawhat this week, we talked to the owner and manager (2 people) of a local 1-screen cinema, the Mayfair. It was a really great conversation and you should go and check out their podcast too! Links to the episodes can be found below:

This week on the show, we met with Josh and Mel from the Mayfair Theatre. These diehard movie buffs told us all about the origins of the theatre, why they...
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On this week's show, we agree non-Celiac gluten sensitivity probably isn't a real thing, electric, self-driving cars will be all over our roads soon, and...
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