Hope everyone is having a great week! I've got some awesome news
for you! Tim Ferriss, author of the New York Times Best Seller's
4 Hour Work Week, 4 Hour Body, and 4 Hour
Chef contacted me and asked me to post a guest post on
his million subscriber blog this upcoming spring. I contacted Tim a
few months ago about a clinical case study I did on myself a long
time ago here at NUHS. With Dr. Anderson supervising the blood
tests and my file at the clinic, I proceeded to gain 20 lbs. of
lean mass in 30 days and have some pretty fun before/after
pictures. The results were quite astonishing and Mr. Ferriss wanted
to chronicle my "study" on his blog.
This has prompted some thinking on my end. Starting a personal
blog. Why? Consider the amount of readers about to read this guest
post (which will probably go up in early April); it would be a
shame to waste that level of traffic with no way of leveraging
them. If I had a blog and or some supplements I would be able to
maximize the opportunity to possibly start a little side business,
which is on my bucket list.
This is a double-pronged activator head attachment made by a
fellow student at National.
I emailed a few designers and have gotten quotes on designing a
custom Wordpress theme, but the price is a little steep and I'm
considering using free "plug-n-play" type software.
I'm also considering getting that superfood formula I blogged
about the last week manufactured as the results of that formula
have been phenomenal so far!
I'll keep you updated on the shenanigans that will follow. :) As
for National, it was a pretty slow week with tests starting to
trickle on the docket.