In looking at the last several blog posts, it’s hit me that I’ve been talking about myself an awful lot. And while there’s nothing wrong with that (after all, it’s my blog, so I can write about whatever I want), based on page views, this is not the most interesting stuff for you to read. (People don’t find it fascinating when someone else goes on and on [and on!] about themselves? Go figure!) So I wanted to send out a quick look at what’s coming down the pike after I write about the changes to my diet and exercise that go along with the supplement post and how I’ve been feeling much better lately.
I will still cover my diet and exercise—first, because I said I would, and second, because maybe, just maybe, someone out there will learn something and/or be encouraged or inspired to try something new with their own diet and lifestyle and get moving in a positive direction. Ain’t nothin’ wrong with that!
After that, it’s back to our regularly scheduled nutrition and physiology programming, which seems to be more popular, and likely also more educational. I love writing about it, and based on page hits, you seem to like reading & learning about it. (Some of it is old news to some of you, but I know I’ve got a few readers out there who don’t eat, sleep, and breathe this ancestral health stuff, and covering the basics really helps them “get it.” And maybe you learn a little something new along the way, too.)
I have a lot of cool stuff planned for future blog posts, and rest assured, I also plan to make my posts shorter than they have been. (Don’t count on it though…the best laid plans, and all that. I never intend for my posts to be as long as they are; it just sort of happens. Maybe I’ll just find better ways of breaking them up into shorter segments and have 2 or 3-parters that are easier to digest than the encyclopedic-length ones I've been posting. I dunno. Brevity is not my strong suit. I am 5’2”. Perhaps I’m making up in words for what I lack in physical height? Hehheh.)
Okay, so here’s what’s coming up after I cover what I eat and how I move: