Happy New Year! Here Comes 2015


I just wanted to take a short moment to wish you all a Happy New Year!

Things have been really crazy in my life with some pretty big changes on top of all the typical holiday stuff, which is why I haven’t been as responsive lately and haven’t put out any posts.  Once things settle down I’ll get back to writing.

In 2015, you can look forward to me writing about:

  • My experience and full review of the Ketonix Sport
  • My thoughts on Kiefer’s T3 Fuel supplement and the results of my thyroid tests after taking it.
  • A comparison of the different online labs available
  • What happened to my keto rash after taking doxycycline
  • How I finally beat all of my sleep issues
  • What my new BJJ school is like
  • Further lab testing – followup cholesterol tests, Apo E genotyping, etc.
  • and more!

I’ll see you back in 2015.

Here’s a Neil Gaiman New Years benediction I’d like to leave you with (borrowed from this Tumblr):

Neil Gaiman NY Wish 2014

One Response to Happy New Year! Here Comes 2015

  1. Marwa says:

    That’s extremely well put, Ryan. I haven’t ceodisnred quitting, but I did hit a low point a few weeks ago; I was getting tapped a lot, and began to question myself a LOT well, I *was* pretty sucky that week in retrospect. But I just kept my head up, and after a few weeks of sticking with it I had a great week last week, and I feel a lot more positive about my training now. The whole cycle put things in perspective for me, and hopefully the next time I hit a low point I won’t let it get me down. I am a lover of cheesy sayings come up with a few of them of my own from time to time and the thing I came up with during this stretch is I need to be patient, this will take me years to become truly skilled, I just can’t become complacent .I’ll close with a meaningful quote I recently read: The years teach us much the days never knew Ralph Waldo EmersonPeace-Ben ClarkEast West BJJ Student

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