I hope one of your resolutions is still blooming. Another update: I think my foot will heal in two weeks; it is the foot bending that is bothering me.


All is well with my foot. It is about 95% healed now. That’s helpful because it was in my way.


Just a simple update. I have temporarily moved to my other room until the basement work is complete.


It is going good just a bit slow, but I need to be patient with where I want to be.


I’m in a good mood, about to crawl. This should be done regularly.


I just finished walking on my hands and feet as I returned. Roxy had other plans, and I seized the opportunity. Move your arms to the other side roundly while seated, adding resistance to engaging all the muscles to carry out the task.


Doing a simple exercise: touch the ceiling while standing. One or both hands with eyes open and closed.


Despite the humid weather, I kept forgetting to post this. Changing your shoe inserts every 2-3 weeks will keep your muscles active if you do standing exercises. It is okay to change into sandals or bare feet as long as you are cautious. The exercise is more challenging since you are your feet on an uneven surface.


Just enjoying the fire after my long walk.


A mosquito attacked me at 4am. The battle was grueling for an hour until the buzzing suddenly stopped. I exercised caution when closing my eyes, but still woke up at 6am. The rain has made me focus mostly on my standing exercises, even with a bruised knee.


You can have fun exercising by pretending to sweep.
Experiment with different broom positions or add resistance while sweeping.


I made my way to the fan, feeling the rush of air against my face. The distance to the destination was 1 km one way, and the terrain was mostly flat. I can barely walk today, but I’ll spare you the details about my legs.


Each morning and late afternoon, I laced up my shoes and set out for a walk. It usually takes approximately an hour and a half to complete the trip. I set out on my usual 2km walk, but the sudden appearance of a scratch on my arm threw me off.


As I searched through my memories, I stumbled upon this specific image. My lower back is throbbing – could it be because I’ve been walking more lately?


During my eye checkup today, the doctor reassured me that everything is alright. Getting there was a different story, and let’s just say my cheeks turned red and a drop slid down my chest.


During my walks, I am uplifted by the presence of a companion who cheers me on.


It was a beautiful, sunny day, and I relished the feeling of the wind on my face as I strolled along. I’m attempting to gradually increase my time on my feet to approximately six hours, starting from just five minutes.


Here I am on my trike, feeling the warmth of the sun on my skin as I take a break from working out inside the house. I typically go my fastest on the grass until exhaustion, then take a minute to catch my breath and repeat the process 6-7 times. After I pedal around, savoring the beautiful sights and relishing the sensation of the wind caressing my cheeks.


I wanted to share my radio ad.


From November 20th to the 24th, my eBook THE QUESTION on Amazon can be downloaded for free.


Mark your calendars for November 24th when the eBook price of Getting Out drops to $3.99 for that day.


I only request a review once you’ve finished reading the books.


Hurry, today is your last opportunity to get THE QUESTION Ebook for free and Getting Out Ebook for $3.99USD.
I conducted an author interview, which is available for reading here.

In other eventful news, my walking to the fan may be ending soon. I felt a chill from the frosty wind hitting me. Nevertheless, I’m still managing and wearing two pieces of clothing.


I’m currently making changes to my videos to provide you with a better viewing experience, free from ads. I will be updating pages with videos to the new.


A sharp pain shot through my head as I felt the impact of an injury. Even when exercising caution, those injuries can still occur.



I achieved a personal milestone by setting a new walking record. I had the opportunity to visit the fan twice, once during the tranquil morning hours and once during the vibrant late afternoon. The temptation to walk for the third time was strong, but the eerie calls of coyotes echoing in the fading light deterred me.


My website had a minor glitch caused by an automatic update, resulting in downtime. Thankfully, the problem is fixed, but I am beginning my investigation.

I’m getting ready for Christmas, which means my workout is being interrupted. I might go for a walk instead.


As we say goodbye to yet another extraordinary year, I want to express my heartfelt appreciation for your unwavering support.

May your festive season be filled with the joyful laughter of loved ones, the warmth of a crackling fire, and the comforting aroma of holiday spices.

I hope you find time to relax and recharge, allowing yourself to enter the new year feeling refreshed and rejuvenated.

Wishing you a joyful Christmas filled with laughter and a prosperous New Year.

ps: Just as I started my walk, small objects began to descend from the sky, forcing me to end my walk early.