I believe that gear shouldn't be a barrier to learning photography. Just go out and shoot more with whatever you have! As an amateur, professional gear is also beyond my skill level, so I prefer smaller and more portable equipment. I'm also a sucker for the vintage Fujifilm camera design and film quality look. Here's… Continue reading I Started An Instagram Page To Share & Improve My Photography.
This article is based on the previous two articles about health, fitness, nutrition and testosterone. If you haven't read them, check them out here: How To Boost Testosterone Naturally And Safely - My Complete Notes Summarizing The Latest Scientific Research On Nutrition, Health & Lifestyle (2019-2020) I combined all the best practices and wrote myself… Continue reading A Sample Ideal Daily Routine For Optimizing Weight Loss, Health & Fitness
Boosting testosterone naturally and safely is definitely a high priority for me this year. For most middle-aged men, increasing testosterone will enhance bone and muscle mass, reduce body fat, increase drive (including sex drive) and energy, improve physical recovery and also enhance cognitive abilities. Low testosterone can lead to poor heart health and early onset… Continue reading How To Boost Testosterone Naturally – My Complete Notes
Gone are the days when I could read 50+ books in a year. Don't think I even managed more than 30 books this year. Problem is, I didn't keep track. Next year, I'd rather have a proper reading plan and not go ad-hoc. It will help me be more disciplined, learn some useful skills and… Continue reading The 2021 Reading List (31 Books)
"Give me the luxuries of life and I will willingly do without the necessities." - Frank Lloyd Wright (Legendary American architect and also the inspiration for the character of Howard Roark in The Fountainhead)With this being predicated on an online business that eventually generates consistent positive cash flow (meaning, no need to work a 9 to 5… Continue reading My Current Home Office Setup & Upgrades In The Near Future
Image by Tom Purvis in 1947, taken from Wikipedia Commons The second last day of July 1880 witnessed another unbearably hot summer afternoon for the city of London. At the southern complex of shophouses situated along Tottenham Court Road, blazing sunlight radiated off three golden spheres, the universal symbol of the pawnbroking institution. In an… Continue reading Fiction Writing Project: The Wealthy Pawnbroker (A Sherlock Holmes Short Story).
Last weekend I had a day off from taking care of the boys. Lea and her sister brought them back for a hometown trip. Pretty much exactly from 5pm Friday to 5pm Saturday. So what did I do during these 24 hours? I thought it would be a good chance to do the 41 km… Continue reading Walking + Running 41 km On My Day Off (With Zero Training)
Balcony GardenThe aloe vera flowered recently and gave birth to two new babies! My mum the gardener was visiting recently and she helped to transplant them to their own pots before she left. She used my composted soil so we'll see if it's any good. I've actually stopped composting for some time now because we… Continue reading Another Set Of Twins Is Born (And Other Updates)
Back when I was a full-time employee with Philips Lighting, I read a great book by David Allen titled Getting Things Done. This led me to reorganizing my MS-Outlook to inbox zero. It was one of the best things I ever did in terms of productivity because I never missed important emails and the system… Continue reading My Simple Method For Managing E-Mail (Inbox Zero)
Verticulture Optimizing The WebstoreSo this past week I've been working on improving my website http://www.verticulture.store. I added the 'product reviews' function (no actual reviews yet, of course), order tracking, and a contact page. I totally overlooked writing the contact page when launching the website, even though I already put the header in the main menu.… Continue reading Pinterest Marketing, My First Sale And Other Updates…