Rejecting Wearables

Long-time readers of this blog might recall how I was an early enthusiast of the quantified self movement. I wanted to believe that I was capable of hacking myself to a better health outcome by running experiments and tracking variables … [continue reading]

Latest Web Projects

Eventually, I’ll get around to putting out some new blogs. In the meantime, here are a few web projects I’ve been tinkering with.

I added PaperCSS to my portal page. I really like these style sheet libraries that can … [continue reading]

Dude, What Happened to My Gym?

Three years ago I posted Millennials Have Killed the Glitter Gym.

People are staring at their phones between exercises. Between sets. Sometimes during the set itself. They are looking at their screens as they walk through the gym. They

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Cold Showers DO Get Easier

A thing I hear repeated often on health podcasts is that cold showers don’t get easier. That is just not true. Of course, they get easier. The trick to making them easier is to remove the decision. For two years … [continue reading]

My Grass-Fed Beef Lipid Level Experiment (n=1)

In July 2020, I posted how was able to optimize my Lipid Levels in Lipid Levels on 2 (mostly) Pesco-Vegan Meals a Day. You can go to the post for the raw numbers, but the short version is my … [continue reading]

My 2022 Fitness Plan

Seattle dropped the indoor mask requirements 9 days ago, so after a very long absence, I am back at my Glitter Gym. 🥳

I estimate that I lost 3-5 pounds of muscle during this period and some strength. I wasn’t … [continue reading]