Just a small update - I've transferred my site from WordPress.com over to WordPress.org. That may not sound too exciting, but it means I get to customize this site a TON more, and I get to offer some sweet new content for you all. More on that in the next month or so, yay!
But in the meantime...
What does the transfer mean for me?
Nothing, probably. But if you've subscribed to my blog with your wordpress.com account, you'll no longer receive email notifications of new posts. I sincerely hope you've been enjoying the content, so if you'd still like to receive notifications, please take a second to fill in your email at the sidebar to the right, under "Keep the bullshit at bay!"
I truly appreciate everyone that reads and comments on my articles. It means a lot, and I love getting discussion going on these topics. I'm hoping that the transition doesn't hurt the small community here too much, so if you subscribe, thank you!
What's coming up?
More free stuff! Seriously. Here's what I've got in the works:
My website is called "Making Sense of Modern Fitness," and sometimes I don't feel like my content lives up to the name. After I've decimated yet another fitness or diet plan, where does that leave you, the reader? I talk constantly about what doesn't work, but you also need to know what does.
To that extent, I've got a large amount of material I'll hopefully be able to release for complete fitness and nutrition beginners by mid to late April. Ebooks, printable guides, and all sorts of other goodies.
I always seem to have little stories sitting around that I want to share my thoughts on and get discussion with you all going, but they're too short to merit a whole blog post. To that extent, I'm working on getting myself committed to making and maintaining a facebook page. That will probably be done by mid to late April as well!
Email Course - The Language of Evidence
This is more of a long-term project, and it's going to be awesome. Essentially a 101 on how to go from getting all your advice from Mercola or NaturalNews to being a PubMed pro. What counts as evidence? Exactly why are some things considered credible evidence and why aren't others? Why do people rudely discount my personal experiences?
As far as when this will be done, that's a good question and you can be sure I'll be too excited to keep it to myself when I do know.
Again, please take a moment to subscribe by entering you email to the sidebar on the right! I've got a great guide coming up tomorrow about how to pick out a great personal trainer, even if you don't know much about the field, so keep a heads up for that!